Drew Scott
Drew Scott is pictured Left with twin brother Jonathan on the right at a screening of "An Inconvenient Sequel : Truth to Power" in Los Angeles on July 25, 2017. Getty Images

It's official! "Property Brothers" star Drew Scott will be a part of the "Dancing With The Stars" Season 25 cast, and luckily for him, he has a pro partner who could potentially take him to the finals.

Scott's appearance on the show was confirmed on "Good Morning America" Wednesday, just one week after the entire pro cast was announced on the morning show. Not only was the 39-year-old HGTV star's presence confirmed on the show, his pro partner was also revealed, and luckily for him, he will be dancing with reigning Mirrorball champ, Emma Slater, who won season 24 with NFL star Rashad Jennings.

"I want to make it my duty to get her a second Mirror Ball," he said after the reveal (via E! News).

If Scott and Slater were to make it to the finals and win, she would be the fourth pro on the series to win back-to-back Mirroballs. Cherly Burke won Seasons 2 and 3 of the show with Drew Lachey (whose brother Nick is rumored to be participating in Season 25) and Emmitt Smith, now judge Julianne Hough won Season 4 and 5 with Apolo Anton Ohno and Helio Castroneves, and Derek Hough won both Seasons 11 and 12 with Nicole Scherzinger and Jennifer Grey, as well as Seasons 16 and 17 with Kellie Pickler and Amber Riley.

Though Scott is the first confirmed celebrity contestant this season, he isn't the only one who has seen their name floated as a possibility. Though they remain unconfirmed, WWE wrestler Nikki Bella, as well as Nick and Vanessa Lachey, have been mentioned as potential dancers. ABC has not commented on those rumors, and no information has leaked about who their partners would potentially be.

The only other big confirmations about Season 25 have involved the members of the pro cast who would be returning to the ballroom this season. In addition to Slater, Season 24 pros Keo Motsepe, Lindsay Arnold, Val Chmerkovskiy, Peta Murgatroyd, Artem Chigvintsev, Maks Chmerkovskiy, Gleb Savchenko, Sharna Burgess and Witney Carson are all coming back. Joining them after taking two seasons off is returning pro Mark Ballas, and recently promoted troupe member Alan Bersten, who filled in for Maks after he was sidelined for four weeks last season due to a calf injury.

Before confirming his appearance on the new season of the show, Maks told IBT in an interview that he hadn't been entirely sure if he or new wife Peta would be coming back for the new season, because they had to see if they could logistically work out being on the show with spending time with their son, Shai, who was born earlier this year.

"We obviously prioritize Shai, and it's important to both of us to make sure that our time with him is not being cut into. It's one of my main things that I want to be around all the time, and I see all the things that happen," he said.

As for when the official full cast announcement will take place, fans won't have to wait too much longer, as the show has confirmed they would announce everyone on "Good Morning America" on Sept. 6.

"Dancing With The Stars" Season 25 premieres Monday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.