The radio personality and entertainer and the singer allegedly will join forces with Sharna Burgess and Gleb Savchenko respectively.
ABC is set to announce the full cast of “Dancing with the Stars” season 27 in a few days, but fans are already eager to find out who are the next celebrities to dance their way to the ballroom in the upcoming season. A slew of names have been rumored to be joining Nancy McKeon, who has been confirmed to be partnered with Valentin Chmerkovskiy.
Among rumored cast member is Bobby Bones. The radio personality and entertainer is expected to appear on the long-running ABC dancing competition. He’s said to be paired with Sharna Burgess. Meanwhile, singer Tinashe is rumored to be dancing in the ballroom alongside pro partner Gleb Savchenko.
This forthcoming new season is also rumored to feature Instagram model Alexis Ren, who will be paired with Alan Bersten. Joining them is DeMarcus Ware. Rumor has it, the Super Bowl-winning former defensive player for the Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys will join forces with Lindsay Arnold in other to win the coveted Mirror Ball trophy.
“The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” alum Joe Amabile is also expected to appear in season 27. Jenna Johnson is rumored to have been tapped as his pro dancer partner. Meanwhile, Artem Chigvintsev allegedly will be paired with American alpine skier and Paralympian Danelle Umstead.
Also among the show’s alleged fall 2018 lineup are Argentinian actor/singer/director Juan Pablo Di Pace, former Olympic American gymnast Mary Lou Retton, “Zombies” star Milo Manheim and “The Dukes of Hazzard” alum John Schneider. They are rumored to be partnered up with Cheryl Burke, Sasha Farber, Witney Carson and Emma Slater respectively.
It’s unknown whether the rumors have some truth on them. However, fans will learn the answer in the September 12 episode of “Good Morning America” in which the rest of season 27 stars will be revealed. “Dancing with the Stars” is set to return on Monday, September 24 at 8 P.M. on ABC.
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