Dancing With the Stars

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Off to a Shaky Start

From a Spice Girl to a Housewife, here is the entire cast of Dancing With the Stars Season 30.
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Updated 9/27/21

Cheryl Burke shared on Instagram that she has tested positive for COVID. “Unfortunately, I am on my way to take a COVID test, because not only do I feel scared and at a loss for words, I feel run down a little bit,” Burke stated. The same day she confirmed that she was indeed positive for COVID, “despite the show’s safety procedures and being “fully vaccinated.”

Burke will now be in quarantine for ten days and is hopeful she didn’t spread it to any castmates.

Her partner, Peleton instructor Cody Rigsby has yet to comment on the news.

Originally posted 9/8/21

A Spice Girl, a Bachelor, and a Housewife walk into a ballroom….

That’s right folks, the Dancing With the Stars Season 30 cast has officially been revealed! The announcement was made on Good Morning America on Wednesday, September 8.

Though we already knew about Olympic champion Suni Lee and JoJo Siwa’s casting news, here are the other 13 celebs who will be joining them on the dance floor in just a few short weeks!

Matt James

The former Bachelor star — who broke barriers as the first black male lead of the dating show — will be giving dancing a try this fall. Former Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe won last season, so let’s see if he can follow in her footsteps.

Olivia Jade

The beauty influencer, who was embroiled in the college admissions scandal that shocked the world a couple of years ago, will look to share her side of the story on DWTS this season. 

Amanda Kloots

The world wrapped their arms around The Talk co-host last summer after she lost her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, to COVID-19.

There’s no question Amanda’s time on DWTS will be filled with emotions, but she’s also already an incredible dancer! Not only has Amanda been on Broadway, but she was also a Radio City Rockette. 

Mike “The Miz” Mizanin

Don’t be surprised if the WWE star brings some of his wrestling moves to the ballroom. It’s unclear if he’ll have what it takes to go far, but he’ll definitely know how to put on a show.

Brian Austin Green

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 actor was convinced to do the show by his girlfriend Sharna Burgess, who just so happens to be a pro dancer on the show! Will they be partnered together? We hope so!

Kenya Moore

DWTS has a history of casting Real Housewives stars, and they’re continuing the tradition with the addition of Kenya Moore. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star will bring the personality to the ballroom, that’s for sure.

Martin Kove

Nostalgia alert! Anyone who loved The Karate Kid will be excited to see Martin’s addition to the show.

Melora Hardin

You’ve seen her in Monk, you’ve seen her in The Office, and now you’ll see her compete for the Mirrorball Trophy. I sincerely hope we get to see an Office-themed dance from her.

Melanie C

Sporty Spice is hitting the ballroom, y’all! Following in the footsteps of her Spice Girls pal Mel B (who was on the show years ago), Mel C is going to be putting her dance background to good use this season.

Iman Shumpert

Athletes tend to do very well on DWTS, so it’ll be interesting to see how far the NBA star can go this season. One thing’s for sure…he’ll be great at doing all the lifts!

Jimmie Allen

Calling all country fans! The singer, who is probably best known for his song “Best Shot,” will be bringing his talents to Los Angeles this fall.

Cody Rigsby

The Peloton instructor, who has gone viral on social media, will almost certainly be a fan favorite when he competes this season. We already know he’s in great shape, but will he be able to pull off a flawless dance routine?

Christine Chiu

The star of Netflix’s Bling Empire will bring glamour and pizazz to the ballroom. I expect nothing less than A+ costumes out of Christine.