Following a year of uncertainty with a pandemic that could have kept the show indefinitely delayed and a lot of drama regarding the switch up of hosts, “Dancing With the Stars” is officially ready to come back for Season 29 with a cast that will surely try to bring some much-needed entertainment into their living rooms as the pandemic continues.

This year’s season will certainly be different because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, but nevertheless, the show is making sure to pull out all the stops when it comes to the celebrities they’ve brought in to take a run at the Mirrorball Trophy. In addition, the celebs will have to take on some new challenges unlike what the show has seen before.

So who is dancing, and which pros are they going to not only be practicing and competing but likely quarantining with? The partnerships have not been revealed, but get to know the cast below!

Monica Aldama: Aldama is best known by fans as the head coach of the Navarro College cheerleaders, who gained recognition on Netflix’s “Cheer.”

Carole Baskin: While her name has been floated for a while, the “Tiger King” star’s appearance was confirmed.

Kaitlyn Bristowe: The former “Bachelorette” will be looking to follow in Hannah Brown’s footsteps with a Mirrorball win.

Vernon Davis: The former San Francisco 49ers Tight end is looking to add to his Super Bowl ring this season.

Anne Heche: The actress is best known for her roles in films like “Donnie Brasco,” Volcano,” “Six Days, Seven Nights,” and “Return to Paradise.”

Skai Jackson: The Disney Channel star who fans may recognize from “Jesse” is the youngest competitor this season.

Justina Machado: The “One Day At a Time” actress is ready to spice things up on the dance floor.

Jeannie Mai: Mai, known for her high fashion, is also one of the co-hosts on “The Real.”

AJ McLean: The Backstreet Boy was previously confirmed to be participating on “Good Morning America.”

Jesse Metcalfe: Known for roles in Hallmark films, “Desperate Housewives” and “John Tucker Must Die,” Metcalfe is likely going to be the focus of several routines that don’t require a shirt.

Nelly: The Grammy-Award winning rapper known for hits like “Hot In Herre” and “Ride Wit Me,” warned the “GMA” hosts that he has two left feet.

Charles Oakley: Oakley is a former NBA star who played for both the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls.

Nev Schulman: The “Catfish” creator and host is ready to bring his talents to the dance floor in a surprise announcement.

Chrishell Stause: The “Selling Sunset” and “Days of Our Lives” star is ready to dance—and hopefully leave the headlines about her divorce behind.

Johnny Weir: An Olympic figure skater known for some flashy outfits, Weir could be a big contender.

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