Dancing With The Stars has announced 27 new contestants who will compete onstage for its 27th season.
Two of its cast, Milo Manheim and Nancy McKeon, were previously announced on Good Morning America. The other competitors were revealed on Sept. 12 on ABC's morning show with their respective dance partners.
The cast will appear on the show starting Sept. 24. The show includes an Olympian, a Disney star, a sitcom actor, a reality show contestant, a singer, and a model.
'DWTS' Season 27 New Contestants
Demarcus Ware, who is a former member of the Dallas Cowboys, and Lindsay Arnold will also be joining. The NFL player also played for Denver Broncos, however, the 36-year-old athlete retired in 2016.
Notably, his wife has two miscarriages before giving birth to Omar in 2006, who was stillborn.
"Sometimes, when I'm tired on the field, and I feel like I can't go anymore, I just think, what if he had one more breath? What if all three did?" said the football player from Alabama.
Another two added on the show are Witney Carson and Milo Manheim. Manheim rose to fame when he starred on Zombies, a Disney movie. The 17-year-old actor is the show's youngest contestant.
"It's so much more difficult than I thought it would be," said the actor about his training.
Moreover, the two other contestants are Sharna Burgess and Bobby Bones. Bones, 38, is an author and hosts his own radio show. He is also a mentor on American Idol this year. The Arkansas native is the youngest person ever to be included in the National Radio Hall of Fame.
Other contestants who will be joining the hit reality show are Joe Amabile and Jenna Johnson. Amabile was notably eliminated from The Bachelorette. However, he appeared in Bachelor in Paradise.
Additionally, John Schneider is also cast alongside Emma Slater. Schneider, 58, is best known for his character in The Dukes of Hazzard. He has also branched out in being a musician.
Danielle Umstead will also be joined by her partner, Artem Chigvintsev. Umstead is a former alpine skier and Paralympian who played in this year's Winter Paralympics. Although the successful athlete has retinitis pigmentosa, it did not stop her from skiing despite losing her eyesight at 18.
The remaining dancers who will fight for the trophy include Mary Lou Retton and Sasha Farber, acclaimed singer Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong, Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke, Nancy McKeon and Val Chmerkovskiy, Nikki Glaser and Gleb Savchenko, Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe, and Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten.
Ren covered an issue of Maxim and the social media star and has also opened up about her struggle with an eating disorder.