ABC announced the full cast lineup of "Dancing with the Stars" as the hit show enters season 16.
For 2013, an Olympic gymnast, a Super Bowl champion, a professional boxer, two country music singers and a 16-year-old Disney Channel star will be part of the 11 competitors dancing their way to victory.
The full cast lineup was announced Tuesday on “Good Morning America.”
“DWTS” is entering its 16th season, off the heels of an all-stars season that saw Melissa Rycroft and her professional partner Tony Dovolani as the winners in November of season 15. Last season, the competitors fought against six of the most popular past winners and six runner-ups from past seasons, along with a wildcard voted in by fans.
Season 16 of “Dancing With The Stars” will premiere on March 18.
Below is the full cast lineup for the 2013 “DWTS” season.
Aly Raisman, partner: Mark Ballas
Raisman, 18, catapulted to fame by leading the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team to its first team gold medal since the 1996 Olympic Games. Raisman won the country’s first gold medal for floor exercise and bronze for the balance beam. Raisman has 19 international medals and eight U.S. Senior National Championship medals under her belt.
Jacoby Jones, partner: Karina Smirnoff
Jones, 28, is a wide receiver for the 2013 Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. He was signed by the Ravens in 2012 and is the current record holder for the longest touchdown at the Super Bowl.
Victor Ortiz, partner: Lindsay Arnold
Ortiz, 26, is a former Welterweight Boxing Champion. He's rated as one of the “top three” welterweight boxers in the world by ESPN.
Kellie Pickler, partner: Derek Hough
Pickler, 26, is an American country singer, best known for being a contestant on the fifth season of “American Idol.” Her debut record, “Small Town Girl,” sold more than 800,000 copies.
Wynonna Judd, partner: Tony Dovolani
Judd, 48, is a five-time Grammy winner and New York Times bestselling author. She's best known as a country music artist in her band, the Judds.
Andy Dick, partner: Sharna Burgess
Dick, 47, is an American comedian, actor, writer and director best known for his roles in “Zoolander,” “The Cable Guy,” “Inspector Gadget,” “Road Trip,” “ Dude, Where’s My Car?,” “Old School” and “Funny People.” The Chicago native most recently appeared on “Community,” “Legit” and “Bad Samaritans.”
Lisa Vanderpump, partner: Gleb Savchenko
Vanderpump, 52, is best known for her 2010 role on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” She also has a show on Bravo called “Vanderpump Rules.”
D.L. Hughley, partner: Cheryl Burke
Hughley, 49, is one of America’s most popular comedians, and appeared in the film “The Original Kings of Comedy.” He's best known for his standup routine and for being the lead star on “The Hughleys.”
Dorothy Hamill, partner: Tristan Macmanus
Hamill, 56, is an inductee in the Olympic Hall of Fame and Figure Skating Hall of Fame. She was the 1976 Olympic champion in ladies' singles and the 1976 World champion. Hamill also won an Emmy Award for her lead role in “Romeo and Juliet.”
Ingo Rademacher, partner: Kym Johnson
Rademacher, 41, is best known since 1996 as Jax on ABC’s “General Hospital.” Rademacher has also appeared on “Hawaii Five-O,” “Titans,” “Veronica’s Closet” and “According to Jim.”
Zendaya Coleman, partner: Val Chmerkovsky
Coleman, 16, is the star of Disney Channel’s “Shake It Up,” where she plays Raquel “Rocky” Blue. Coleman has performed around the world and was featured as a backup dancer for a Sears commercial alongside Selena Gomez.