ABC seems intent to bring in some big child star names when it comes to the cast of it's upcoming “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors,” as two celebrity kid names that are being floated around are sure to bring in some big audience numbers for the show’s premiere season.

According to Us Weekly, Alana "Honey Boo Boo” Thompson and Miles Brown have both been cast on the show ahead of its freshman season. ABC has not confirmed the casting report, but both kids are ones who fans may recognize.

Thompson, 12, is best known for her roles on two TLC reality series, first becoming known to fans on the show “Toddlers & Tiaras” before landing a family spin-off called “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” with her family. That series was canceled in 2014 after reports surfaced that stated her mother, June Shannon, was dating an ex-boyfriend who had been accused of molesting one of her own daughters.

Since then, Shannon received her own WEtv reality series, “Mama June: From Not to Hot,” which Thompson appears on.

As for Brown, the 13-year-old actor currently portrays Jack Johnson on ABC’s hit sitcom “Black-ish.” He is also known in the Jr. NBA as an official reporter, and even played in the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game this past February.

No other names have been released in regards to the potential child cast, though there have been several which have been previously floated, with IBT even adding Brown to a wish list of potential child stars to appear on the show back in May.

As for who the child stars will be dancing with, a list of pint-sized pros has already been reportedly leaked by Pure DWTS. Among them are Rylee Arnold (who’s sister Lindsay is a pro on “DWTS”), Hailey Bills (current reigning champ Jenna Johnson’s niece), Brightyn Brems, Artyon Celestine, JT Church, Tristan Ianeiro, Lev Khmelev, Jake Monreal, Kamri Peterson, Sage Rosen and “Dance Moms” star Eliana Walmsley.

Pros from the original series are also set to make appearances on the show as mentors to the young pairings. Arnold and Johnson are rumored to be two of those pros and are said to be joined by Witney Carson, Cheryl Burke, Emma Slater, Haley Ebert, Artem Chigvintsev, Gleb Savchenko, Sasha Farber, Keo Motsepe, Alan Bersten and Brandon Armstrong.