What do a Backstreet Boy, a famous married couple and controversial chef all have in common? They are set to compete on Dancing With the Stars' upcoming season!
Season 21 of the ABC reality hit kicks off on Sept. 14, and the 12 celebrity competitors have officially been announced. Check out the full cast, and their professional partners, now...
Partnered with Sharna Burgess, the Backstreet Boy member follows in his younger brother Aaron Carter's footsteps by competing for the mirrorball trophy.
The Spy Kids star, who is partnered with Mark Ballas, is one-half of the series' first-ever married couple to compete, along with husband Carlos Pena.
Partnered with Witney Carson, the Big Time Rush band member will compete against his wife, Alexa Vega.
The controversial celebrity chef, who has previously turned down the offer to be on the series at least two times, is partnered with returning pro Louis Van Amstel.
The 22-year-old became a worldwide hero when he and two of his friends stopped a massacre from happening on a Belgium train, subduing an armed shooter. The Army National Guard Specialist is dancing with Lindsay Arnold.
The Queen of Funk is dancing with Keo Motsepe in season 21.
The Don't Be Tardy star will be taking on the ballroom with veteran dancer Tony Dovolani.
The fan-favorite Vine star, who is only 15, and partner Emma Slater will be counting on his 3+ million followers for support.
The 17-year-old daughter of the late Steve Irwin is partnered with fan-favorite pro Derek Hough.
The "Honey I'm Good" crooner is partnered with Allison Holker.
The Triple Crown-winning jockey is paired with Karina Smirnoff, who is returning to the show after taking a season off.
The reality TV vet (Celebrity Apprentice, Celebrity Rehab, Celebrity Big Brother UK) is paired with Anna Trebunskaya, who is stepping in for an injured Peta Murgatroyd.
The singer and reality TV personality is dancing with returning champion Val Chmerkovskiy.
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