Season 25 is officially live!

The full cast line-up for Dancing With the Stars' upcoming season was officially announced live on Good Morning America on Wednesday, with 11 other celebs joining previously announced contestants Drew Scott and Terrell Owens on the roster.

Along with the Property Brothers star and NFL legend, E! and WWE personality Nikki Bella, Grease Live's Jordan Fisher and former Paralympic swimmer Victoria Arlen all were revealed to be contestants for season 25, which officially kicks off on Monday, Sept. 18.

We've also got a Pretty Little Liars star, former teen idol and Shark Tank shark in the mix this season. 

Plus, all of the celeb-professional dancer partnerships were announced, and we're excited to see married couple vs. married couple when Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Vanessa Lachey compete against Peta Murgatroyd and Nick Lachey in the ballroom.

"I've actually moved out of the house in preparation for the season just to keep the peace," Nick joked.

"What does that even mean? no America, we're still living together," Vanessa said. The two also received a taped message from Drew Lachey, Nick's brother and former DWTS champ.

Singer Debbie Gibson, who is paired with Alan Bersten, said she was nervous about joining the series after battling Lyme disease. "It's funny because when i decided to do the show…I said to the producers, you might want to pair me with someone older and more seasoned who knows how to help take care of me because this might be an interesting road. Alan has been so nurturing, so supportive," she said.

Check out the full list of DWTS' season 25 celebs, as well as their professional partners: 

Nick Lachey, Vanessa Lachey

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Frankie Muniz

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Victoria Arlen, 2017 ESPY Awards, ESPYS

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Jordan Fisher

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Lindsey Stirling, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Pretty Little Liars, Allison, Sasha Pieterse

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Derek Fisher

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Drew Scott, Dancing With the Stars

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Terrell Owens, 2016 ESPY Awards

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Debbie Gibson

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Barbara Corcoran, Shark Tank


Nikki Bella, 2017 Much Music Video Awards, Arrivals

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Who do you think has the best shot at winning the mirrorball trophy this season? Sound off in the comments!

Dancing With the Stars premieres Monday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. on ABC. 

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