ABC has not officially revealed the identities of the pint-sized celebrities giving it their best shot on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors, but fans won’t have to wait for the big announcement to learn just who is officially competing.

While several identities have previously been leaked, the latest name to be thrown out there is the child of a former ‘DWTS’ competitor. According to The Blast, the newest “Teen Mom” star, Bristol Palin, who placed third on Season 11 of the show and 9th on Season 15, will likely be on hand in the audience for some of the episodes of “Juniors,” as her son, Tripp, is one of the competing kids.

According to the site, like Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, his contract has a clause stating he will have to pony up $1,000,000 to ABC if he spills any spoilers in regards to the season. The two are the only cast members who reportedly have that clause worked into their agreements. In addition, TMZ also reports that like Sophia Pippen, he also has another clause in his contract that allows him to appear on another reality series at the time. Pippen will be allowed to be seen on episodes of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” while Palin can appear alongside his mother on “Teen Mom.”

As for who these celeb kids (and the others whose identities have been leaked), ABC hasn’t officially confirmed anything beyond the young pro/mentor matchups. However, PureDWTS, which is considered a trusted source for “Dancing With the Stars” related spoilers, does have not only the identities of all the participating young celebs but has also revealed what they say are the confirmed full team match-ups.

According to the site, the match-ups/full cast consists of:

  • Miles Brown: The 13-year-old is known for his role as Jack Johnson on ABC’s “Black-ish.” He is reportedly dancing with Rylee Arnold, and their mentor is Lindsay Arnold.
  • Sky Brown: The 9-year-old is the world’s youngest pro skateboarder. She is reportedly dancing with JT Church, and the pair will be mentored by Alan Bersten.
  • Ariana Greenblatt: The 10-year-old is known for her roles as Lori in “A Bad Moms Christmas,” Young Gamora in “Avengers: Infinity War” and Daphne Diaz from “Stuck in the Middle.” She’s set to dance with Artyon Celestine, and the duo’s mentor is Brandon Armstrong.
  • Jason Maybaum: Best known for his role as Levi Grayson on “Raven’s Home,” the 10-year-old is set to dance with “Dance Moms” alum Eliana Walmsley. Their mentor is Emma Slater.
  • Mandla Morris: Stevie Wonder’s 13-year-old son will be dancing with Brightyn Brems, and the pair will be mentored by Cheryl Burke.
  • Tripp Palin: Palin is partnered with junior pro Hailey Bills and mentor Jenna Johnson.
  • Sophia Pippen: The 9-year-old is dancing with Jake Monreal. They are being mentored by Sasha Farber.
  • Addison Osta Smith: The 12-year-old, who won Season 4 of “MasterChef Junior,” will dance with Lev Khmelev, and be mentored by Keo Motsepe.
  • Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson: The 12-year-old reality star is partnered with Tristan Ianiero. Their mentor will be Artem Chigvintsev.
  • Akash Vukoti: The 8-year-old, who has already competed in the Scripps National Spelling Bee twice, will be dancing with Kamri Peterson, and will be mentored by Witney Carson.
  • Hudson West: The 11-year-old actor, who is known for his role as Jake Spencer on “General Hospital” is competing alongside Kameron Couch. They will be mentored by Hayley Erbert.
  • Kenzie Ziegler: The 14-year-old, who was previously one of the stars of “Dance Moms,” is competing with Sage Rosen. Their mentor will be Gleb Savchenko.

ABC is expected to confirm the cast during a broadcast of “Good Morning America,” though an official date for the reveal has not been announced.

“Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” premieres Sunday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC