(WXYZ) - The new cast of “Dancing with the Stars” was announced at 8 this morning on GMA.
And, of course, the internet is buzzing about who will compete for the Mirror Ball trophy.
Meet the cast of Season 14:
Jack Wagner: Star of "General Hospital" and "Melrose Place," Has recorded five albums, top celebrity golfer
Melissa Gilbert: Emmy Nominated Actress, star of "Little House on the Prairie," former President of the Screen Actors Guild
Donald Driver: Super Bowl Champion, Green Bay Packers all-time leading receiver
Sherri Shepherd: Co-host of "The View," actress, recent newlywed and devoted mom
Gavin DeGraw: Famed singer/songwriter, current No. 1 platinum single, "Not Over You"
Martina Navratilova: Tennis legend with 359 victories, won 59 Grand Slam championships
Roshon Fegan: Actor in hit Disney Channel show "Shake It Up,' rapper and hip-hop music producer
Maria Menounos: TV host, New York Times Best-selling Author, speaks fluent Greek
Jaleel White: Steve Urkel in "Family Matters," he has been acting since the age of three, white plays the banjo
Gladys Knight: Music Legend and empress of soul. eight-time Grammy winner, Knight is in the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame with the Pip. She recorded her first album with the Pips at age 16.
William Levy: Telenovela superstar, stars in Jennifer Lopez video "I'm Into You," known as "'the Brad Pitt of Mexico"
Katherine Jenkins: Acclaimed opera star, sold over 4 million records, sang on Season 12 of "Dancing With the Stars"
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