Tebow? Stevie Wonder? The Jenners? Carrie Ann Inaba Weighs In On 'Dancing With The Stars' Casting Rumors

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With Season 14 of "Dancing with the Stars" just around the corner, fans are wondering if their favorite celebrities will be on the roster when the show's new cast is announced next week.

Billy Bush and Kit Hoover went straight to "Dancing" judge Carrie Ann Inaba to weigh in on casting rumors swirling around a certain Denver Broncos player, among others.

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"I'm hearing [Tim] Tebow," Billy told Carrie Ann on Friday's Access Hollywood Live , while Kit added, "Tebow would probably be great."

"I think he might need to partner with me!" Carrie Ann said. "Tebow would be great on our show."

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Another highly circulated casting rumor? Stevie Wonder.

"Stevie Wonder? Wow, that would be exciting," Carrie said. "We've never had anybody who was blind on the show. We did have Marlee Matlin, who was hearing impaired. So, that would be interesting."

And of course, after Rob Kardashian's impressive finish during Season 13, both Kris and Bruce Jenner are rumored to be considering a turn on the dance floor -- though Carrie Ann said she'd welcome any member of the Kardashian/Jenner clan to "Dancing."

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"I just think they are cool people. They're so fascinating to watch. Anyone of them... bring them on," she told Billy and Kit.

"And they all come to the show," Billy added.

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"They all do come!" Carrie Ann agreed. "It's like the whole back section, the whole section right there is all Kardashian/Jenners."

The official cast of "Dancing with the Stars" Season 14 will be announced on Tuesday on "Good Morning America."

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