Fans of "Dancing With The Stars" are eager for the upcoming Season 25 premiere, and those who hope to potentially score tickets to one of the ABC show's live tapings may be in luck. While tickets to the show are hard to find, there are still chances to get a seat looking over the ballroom floor as teams try to cha-cha and Paso their way to the Mirrorball Trophy.

Tickets are made available to the show's tapings through On Camera Audiences, which handles tickets for several other shows and events. One of their popular shows for requests happens to be "Dancing With The Stars," where fans can request to be put on a waitlist for the chance to score tickets to a live show.

On the show's page, fans can click a link to join the waitlist, where they then submit their name, email address, phone number and date of birth among other details to be entered. According to the website, they then email those on the waitlist on a first-come, first-served basis for the next available date when tickets are up for grabs. They email those who are chosen with a line voucher, which if missed, puts the person back on the waitlist. There is a limit of four vouchers per person, and fans are notified approximately five days before the show's date is open.

In addition, there is a chance to win priority tickets by finding OnCameraAudiences on Facebook and entering a ticket lottery there. There are also ways to be randomly selected as a winner on Twitter or Instagram.

There is also a note on the site that new sign-ups to the wait list for the current season will get a few reserved tickets, which will also be made available by a lottery system.

In addition to seeing live performances, there are other benefits to the seeing the show, as it is live, and there have been shocking moments that have occurred in the past besides eliminations and dances. Back in Season 5, Marie Osmond fainted while receiving critiques from the judges, while in Season 23, protesters stormed the stage after contestant Ryan Lochte received critiques to protest his involvement with the show after lying about being robbed at gunpoint while participating in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

While the show likely hopes no similar events will happen during the upcoming season, fans have other reasons for being excited enough to want tickets, as the cast is a well-balanced one in terms of where the celebrities hail from and includes some bigger names as well.

The cast, which was officially announced on Sept. 6, includes: "Property Brothers" star Drew Scott, "Pretty Little Liars" alum Sasha Pieterse, "Shark Tank's" Barbara Corcoran, NBA star Derek Fisher, former Paralympic swimmer Victoria Arlen, "Grease Live" star Jordan Fisher, WWE wrestler Nikki Bella, NFL star Terrell Owens, "Malcolm in the Middle" actor Frankie Muniz, 80's Icon Debbie Gibson, violinist Lindsey Stirling, and Nick and Vanessa Lachey.

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