In just a few short weeks, “Dancing With The Stars” fans will be greeted with the show’s landmark 30th Season, and soon enough, they will find out exactly which celebrities will be on the dance floor.

Some celebrity identities have already been confirmed, while others are still rumored, but thus far, the cast for the newest round of the ABC series seems to be shaping up to be one that is truly entertaining. With Tyra Banks taking another shot at hosting after a controversial first season, and Len Goodman returning to the judges’ table with Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough, the celebs will also be in for some sharp comments as they try to impress the judges with their routines.

So which celebs do we know are dancing so far, and which pros are going to be taking on teaching them to become ballroom dancers? Here’s the full lineup of expected celebrities.

Jimmie Allen

Dance Dish Media, a site that has a good track record when it comes to spoilers for the show, reports that country singer Jimmie Allen is competing on the show for Season 30, and that he is partnered with Emma Slater.

Fran Drescher

Rumors have been circulating for a while that “The Nanny” star is on the top of producers’ wish lists for the landmark season, and the show could be a good fit for her. Comedians have always been a part of the show’s casts, especially female ones, and several actresses who made names for themselves on shows in the 80s and 90s have tried a turn on the dance floor as well. While she hasn’t hinted at anything on her social media accounts, she has actively promoted a new film about dance, “Tango Shalom,” starring former “DWTS” pro Karina Smirnoff, so dance may be something she is eager to try.

If she should be on the show, the perfect pro partner to fit her would likely be Pasha Pashkov, who is returning for his third season. After working with “The Office” star Kate Flannery on his debut season and impressing everyone, he was voted out early in Season 29 while partnered with the controversial Carole Baskin. A partnership with Drescher could help him redeem the last season and once again remind everyone why he’s now a part of the show’s pro rotation.

Brian Austin Green

The former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star revealed earlier this year that he was supposed to be a part of the show’s 29th Season but dropped out last minute. Ironically, he was supposed to be partnered with Sharna Burgess, who he then went on to date. If he was up for joining the show again, Season 30 would be the perfect place for him to do it—and since the show wouldn’t be averse to real-life pro/celeb couple pairings, he would already have the perfect partner in Sharna, who is returning for the new season.

Sharna did reveal in her Instagram stories that with COVID-19 protocols, married pro couples such as Emma Slater and Sasha Farber, Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy and Pasha Pashkov and Daniella Karagach would all have to once again live separately while competing for safety—which would also be another reason for her to partner with her real-life beau if he competes. Since they would be actually dancing together, they wouldn’t need to live separately.

TMZ also reported that Green was a part of the show, making his participation (and partnership with his love) seem even more likely.

Olivia Jade

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Olivia Jade is pictured at a Dolce & Gabbana event on May 17, 2018, in Los Angeles. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Dolce & Gabbana Fragrance

“Dancing With the Stars” is never one to shy away from names that are controversial, with recent years seeing Carole Baskin, Sean Spicer and Ryan Lochte all signed up to the show following controversy or scandal. Following the College Admissions Scandal, any name attached to actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli would be one to get. Since the former actress and the fashion designer likely wouldn’t be able to perform even if they wanted to, their daughter, influencer Olivia Jade, could be the perfect fit when it comes to having someone who will turn heads.

TMZ reported that Jade would be joining the season, even getting footage of a celeb being escorted inside the rehearsal studio who was believed to be Jade. They also reported she seems to be partnered up with Val Chmerkovskiy.

Matt James

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Matt James stars in "The Bachelor." ABC/Craig Sjodin

It isn’t unheard of for someone from “Bachelor” nation to be a part of “Dancing With the Stars,” especially following the success of the last two “Bachelorettes” to appear on the show—with both Hannah Brown and Kaitlyn Bristowe taking home the Mirror Ball trophy. While several other names have floated throughout the year, including Tayshia Adams and Katie Thurston, as well as the show’s former host Chris Harrison, it appears that Matt James, who made history as the franchise’s first male Black star, is putting on some dancing shoes.

Matt, who is once again dating his winner, Rachael Kirkconnell after a brief split over her past racially insensitive posts (which Harrison’s defense of led to his ouster), seems likely to be a great fit for newer pro Britt Stewart, who debuted on Season 29 and took ice skater Johnny Weir to the semifinals. Not only did she make an impressive debut as a pro, but some of the more high-profile celebs have been partnered with pros that have yet to win a Mirror Ball over the years. Of the female pros competing, Britt and Daniella Karagach are the only ones without any Mirror Ball trophies. If the show is eager to hit a “Bachelor” nation trifecta with winners, then putting Matt with Britt, who showcased plenty of creativity in the past, allows them to not only potentially award the franchise, but also a pro still grasping for their first trophy.

Amanda Kloots

Kloots, who has had an impressive career on Broadway, didn’t make as many national headlines until 2020, when she documented the struggles her husband, Nick Cordero, faced after contracting COVID-19. Cordero later died from the virus, and Kloots has since written about the experience and joined the hosting panel on “The Talk,” the same show that judge Carrie Ann Inaba hosted on during Seasons 9-11. Kloots joined the panel in Season 11 and currently serves on the same one in Season 12, alongside Sheryl Underwood, Akbar Gbaja-Biamilla and Jerry O’Connell.

Dance Dish Media reported on Kloots’ participation, noting that she had referred to a new adventure in her social media posts. They also revealed she is dancing with Alan Bersten.

Sunisa Lee

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Sunisa Lee of Team United States competes in the floor exercise during the Women's All-Around Final on day six of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on July 29, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Jamie Squire/Getty Images

One of the few outright confirmed celebrity cast members is Olympic gymnast Sunisa Lee, who impressed in Tokyo by winning gold as the women’s all-around champion, silver in the team medal and bronze on the uneven bars. While her pro has not been confirmed, the only one who makes sense as her partner is Sasha Farber. Not only has he worked with several gymnasts in the past, including Lee’s teammate Simone Biles, but Lee’s 5’0” stature limits her when it comes to male partners who would be at a reasonable height for her. At 5’6”, Sasha is the shortest male pro, making him the one who would suit her best.

Kenya Moore

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Kenya Moore stars in “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Bravo/Tommy Garcia

Is it a “Dancing With the Stars” season if a “Real Housewife” doesn’t make an appearance? While members of the Bravo franchise aren’t a part of the show every season, many have made an appearance over the years from both the “Beverly Hills” and “Atlanta” casts—and TMZ reported that Kenya Moore is no exception to the rule.

As for who she could dance with? Kenya isn’t known for having a meek personality, and someone with a bigger presence would need a partner who can keep up. Of the male pros, the only two who could fit the bill are Gleb Savchenko and Brandon Armstrong. While Gleb has paired with “Bravo” stars in the past (previously dancing with both Lisa Vanderpump and Erika Jayne), money seems to be more on Brandon for this pairing. In just three seasons as a pro, he has shown that he can work with all kinds of personalities, and this could be the chance for him to turn his luck around, after quicker eliminations with Tinashe and Mary Wilson and then Jeannie Mai’s withdrawal for health reasons in Season 29.

LeAnn Rimes

Rumors have flown for a while that Rimes was joining the show, though nothing has been confirmed. If she is stepping up, she would likely be paired with either Gleb or current reigning champ Artem Chigvintsev, as every other pro competing already has a partner that is either confirmed or who makes more sense to be paired with a different celebrity.

Iman Shumpert

The NBA star, who is married to Teyana Taylor, was caught leaving rehearsal studios by TMZ, confirming his appearance on the season. As for who his pro partner is, he is rumored to be dancing with Daniella Karagach, who debuted in Season 29 and made it to the finals with Nelly.

If rumors are wrong and he isn’t with Daniella, then the most likely match for him would be Lindsay Arnold, who is returning from taking a season off to have a baby. In the past, the Season 25 champ has often been paired with athletes, so it wouldn’t be a stretch to assume she could be with Shumpert as well.

Jojo Siwa

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Jojo Siwa attended the Nickelodeon Halo Awards at Pier 36 on Nov. 4, 2017 in New York City. Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Nickelodeon

The 18-year-old is making history following confirmation she was going to be on the show. The “Dance Moms” alum, who came out earlier this year, was not only confirmed by ABC but was also revealed to be the celebrity who is getting the very first same-sex partnership on the show, something that was rumored to be in the works for Season 30. After it wasn't’ done in Season 29, Gleb Savchenko admitted he thought it was time for it to happen, and admitted hoping he could have been partnered with Johnny Weir for it to, and it seems the show finally listened to the clamor for a same-sex team with Siwa.

As for who she’ll dance with, Siwa seemingly slipped up and accidentally revealed on E!’s “Daily Pop” that she was dancing with Jenna Johnson when she revealed what her girlfriend, Kylie Prew, said about her partner.

“Tell Jenna, she needs to leave room for Jesus,” Siwa said of Prew’s response.

As for the rest of the cast (as well as who they will be partnered with), fans will find out all of the celebs competing officially on “Good Morning America” Wednesday, Sept. 8. It’s unclear if ABC will reveal the partnerships during that broadcast.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 30 premieres Monday, Sept. 20 on ABC.

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A promotional image for Season 30 of "Dancing With the Stars" is pictured. ABC