Rabbitohs halfback, Adam Reynolds, has been added to the World All Stars line-up and will play in the number seven jumper, partnering Gareth Widdop in the halves on Saturday February 13 at Suncorp Stadium.

Reynolds’ elevation will mark the second time that the half will play in an All Stars clash, having previously done so in 2013. The 2016 clash will be the Souths Junior's first in the newly created World All Stars line-up.

Reynolds will be welcomed into the camp alongside Jeremy Smith (Newcastle Knights), Michael Ennis (Cronulla Sharks), Jordan Kahu (Brisbane Broncos) and Chris Lawrence (Wests Tigers) who have also been added to the World All Stars squad to play the Indigenous All Stars.

Rabbitoh, Sam Burgess, along with Trent Hodkinson, Tyson Frizell, Robbie Farah and Lachlan Maranta have withdrawn from the match.

Paul Gallen has been shifted to lock in place of Sam, with Tom Burgess promoted to the front-row from the interchange bench.

Congratulations to Adam on his selection in the World All Stars team.

The World All Stars squad is now as follows:

1

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

Warriors

2

Semi Radradra

Eels

3

Jarrod Croker

Raiders

4

Josh Morris

Bulldogs

5

Antonio Winterstein

Cowboys

6

Gareth Widdop

Dragons

7

Adam Reynolds

Rabbitohs

8

James Graham

Bulldogs

9

Cameron Smith

Storm

10

Tom Burgess

Rabbitohs

11

Jeremy Smith

Knights

12

Simon Mannering

Warriors

13

Paul Gallen

Sharks

14

Michael Ennis

Sharks

15

Kane Evans

Roosters

16

Jordan Kahu

Broncos

17

Chris Lawrence

Wests Tigers

18

Nene Macdonald

Titans

19

Trent Merrin

Panthers

20

Martin Taupau

Sea Eagles