Lolo Jones, Janel Parrish

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Mona lives!

A Pretty Little Liars star is set to bring the drama to Dancing With the Stars when it returns for its 19th season on Sept. 15.

While ABC doesn't comment on casting rumors, a source exclusively tells E! News that Janel Parrish, best known as Mona on the ABC Family hit series, will be competing for the mirrorball trophy when the show returns on Sept. 15. Also heading to DWTS? Olympic hurdler and bobsledder Lolo Jones

The full cast for the new season will be revealed on Good Morning America on Sept. 4.

Of course, any Pretty Little Liars fan will be happy to hear that Parrish is already moving on after (Spoiler alert!) the shocking death of her character, Mona, in the ABC Family series' most recent episode. "Yes, its true. Mona is dead but not GONE from Rosewood," she tweeted on Tuesday. "I still exist in flashbacks!" (And on DWTS!)

Parrish isn't the first PLL star to hit the ballroom as her costar Brant Daugherty competed on the 17th season. Jones, meanwhile, joins a long list of Olympians who have appeared on DWTS, including last season's winner Meryl Davis, and former champs  Apolo Ohno, Kristi Yamaguchi and Shawn Johnson.

Also set to join DWTS is Antonio Sabato Jr., which a source telling E! News that the General Hospital hunk (and former Calvin Klein model) is one of Season 19's new celebs. 

Antonio Sabato Jr., Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Parrish, Jones and Sabato will be part of the first batch of celebs ever to have Julianne Hough as their new judge as the former pro is set to join the judging panel as the fourth member. "I am warming up the paddles and the sass, and I'm ready to have fun in this new role," Hough said of coming back to DWTS.

While the full roster of celebrities has yet to be revealed, the line-up of pros competing in Season 19 was already unveiled on Good Morning America, with fan favorites like Derek Hough, Mark Ballas, Cheryl Burke, Val Chmerkovskiy, Karina Smirnoff and Tony Dovolani all set to return. Done in the ballroom is last season's champion Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who will not be returning.

DWTS Season 19 premieres on Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. on ABC.

—Reporting by Beth Sobol

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