Amber Rose is one busy mama! The businesswoman and TV host has found another project she's interested in, and this one's going to involve her dancing skills.

Rose has signed on to be part of the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars,” according to E! News, although an announcement from ABC has yet to confirm it.

Aside from Rose, “Wizards of Waverly Place” alum Jake T. Austin and “The Bachelorette” star JoJo Fletcher are also rumored to be part of the 23rd season of the dance show.

The news come a couple of days after “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Guidice denied speculations that she will be part of the show.

Meanwhile, "Dancing With the Stars" is not the only thing that Rose has added on to her plate. The author and activist has also launched her own management business. She announced the news on Instagram.

In the caption of the image of one of the people whose brand she will be handling, Rose said that she's lucky to be doing what she loves on a daily basis and she would like others to be able to do the same.

“It gives me great pleasure to announce my new business, built around helping other women reach their dreams,” Rose said. “Today marks the first day of MUVA Management – a company built to help other women find success in the entertainment industry.”

Kanye West's ex added: “The world is big enough for all of us! Let's work together and find success.”

Aside from her upcoming projects, Rose is currently busy with her talk show on VH1, “The Amber Rose Show.” The host told NBC News that the show took a year and a half of preparation before getting a go signal. Rose also revealed that it was originally supposed to be a morning show, but she wanted to be more at ease with the things she will discuss so she had the show moved to an evening timeslot.

While awaiting confirmation on Rose's stint on “DWTS,” fans can catch her on her show, which airs Fridays at 11 p.m.

Amber Rose Amber Rose joins "Dancing With the Stars." Pictured: Model Amber Rose attends the Maxim Hot 100 Party at the Hollywood Palladium on July 30, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez