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The celebrity cast for Dancing with the Stars season 30 is on fire!
On Wednesday, Good Morning America revealed the big names joining the upcoming season of ABC's beloved dance competition show ... and the list is out of this world.
The cast includes The Talk co-host Amanda Kloots, Beverly Hills, 90210's Brian Austin Green, Bling Empire's Christine Chiu, Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby, former NBA player Iman Shumpert, country star Jimmie Allen, YouTube superstar JoJo Siwa, Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore, Cobra Kai's Martin Kove, The Bachelor's Matt James, Spice Girls' Melanie C., The Office's Melora Hardin, WWE's Mike "The Miz" Mizanin, Olivia Jade, and Olympic gymnast Suni Lee.
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Speaking on her experience, Siwa, who has been dancing since she was very young, revealed on GMA that participating in the competition series was a bit of a challenge. "I explain it as a football player trying to play baseball. Even though I'm a trained dancer... it's different."
Last month, ABC made history by announcing that Dance Moms alum Siwa will be the first female celebrity paired with a female pro dancer.
"When I read the email it was like, 'Would JoJo prefer to dance with a girl or with a boy?' and I was like, 'Wait, that's an option? Let's absolutely do it!' It was a like, 'Whoa, I'm changing the future' [moment], because I have such a kid demographic," she said while co-hosting Entertainment Tonight Monday.
"It's making it acceptable, and I love that and I'm so proud of that," Siwa added.
DWTS was renewed for its 30th season in March. Ballroom experts Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough will return to the long-running show's judges panel. Tyra Banks is also set to reprise her role as host.
Banks, 47, recently addressed whether the reality competition series will be able to return with a live studio audience amid COVID-19 restrictions.
"We've been talking about it, back and forth," she told Entertainment Tonight. "[But] probably not, if I really think about ultimate safety. Maybe not yet."
Season 30 of Dancing with the Stars premieres Monday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.