Country singer Kellie Pickler and her partner Derek Hough celebrate after being crowned "Dancing with the Stars" champions in Los Angeles (May 21, 2013)
Zendaya Coleman and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy performing on the celebrity dance competition series "Dancing with the Stars" in Los Angeles. (May 13, 2013)
Sean Lowe, "The Bachelor" reality show stud from season 17, is obviously a smooth talker but does he have smooth moves? And will he outshine former "Bachelor" stars Jake Pavelka and Melissa Rycroft, who have competed on the show?
Aly Raisman, gold medal-winning Olympic gymnast who left the London Games last summer with three medals, the most of any American gymnast, will see if she can come up to the record of her fellow Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, who won the 8th season of "Dancing."
Ice-skating legend Dorothy Hamill, whose famous swinging 'do also set hairstyle trends, will translate her skills to the floor on the new season of "Dancing With the Stars"
Lisa Vanderpump, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star and restaurateur,
is among the new season of "Dancing With the Stars" contestants. Will she bring her dog Giggy to the dance floor?
Jacoby Jones, NFL wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, the 2013 Super Bowl champions, will have a hard act to follow of other football players/dancers, such as Emmitt Smith, who came in first place during season three.
Wynonna Judd, a five-time Grammy winning country music singer, will be strutting her stuff with partner Dovolani, who won season 15 with Melissa Rycroft.
Andy Dick, a comedian best known for 2000's "Road Trip" and his eccentric, often controversial antics, will see if he can translate his humor to the dance floor.
Kellie Pickler, "American Idol" season five finalist and country music singer, entranced Simon Cowell on "Idol" and may do the same for the "Dancing" judges.
D.L. Hughley, a stand-up comedian, is one of two funny guys in the new "Dancing With the Stars" competition.
Zendaya Coleman, star of Disney Channel's "Shake it Up," may bring a younger viewership into the franchise.
Victor Ortiz, a former welterweight boxing champion, will see if he can stay light on his feet on the dance floor.
Ingo Rademacher, a "General Hospital" actor, will see how much drama he can add to the festivities.
"Dancing with the Stars" hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet announce the season 16 cast live on "Good Morning America" on ABC.