Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars -- the ballroom dancing competition's first all-stars edition in fifteen seasons -- will feature 12 returning contestants selected by the show's producers and an additional thirteenth celebrity who will be determined by viewer voting.
Dancing with the Stars viewers will get to chose between three celebrities -- Sabrina Bryan, Carson Kressley or Kyle Massey -- for the thirteenth slot on Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars, which will premiere Monday, September 24 at 8PM ET/PT. Voting for the "Viewers' Choice: All-Star" began last late month and will continue through August 24.
Ballas will be partnered with Palin, whom he was originally finished third with on Dancing with the Stars' eleventh season in 2010. He previously won Dancing with the Stars' sixth season with Kristi Yamaguchi, its eighth edition with Johnson, and is returning for his eleventh season.
Dovolani, who is back for his fourteenth season, will dance with Rycroft, whom he finished third with on Dancing with the Stars' eighth season in 2009.
Hightower, a former So You Think You Can Dance contestant who will be participating in her seventh Dancing with the Stars season, will be paired with Castroneves. Castroneves won Dancing with the Stars' fifth season in 2007 with Julianne Hough, however Hough has not competed on the show since she was paired with then-boyfriend Chuck Wicks for the eighth season in 2009.
MacManus will be partnered with Anderson, who finished in sixth place with partner Damian Whitewood on Dancing with the Stars' tenth season in 2010. Whitewood has not competed on Dancing with the Stars since the show's tenth season.
Murgatroyd will dance with Marini, who finished in second place with Burke on Dancing with the Stars' eighth season in 2009. Similar to Johnson, Marini will still be in good hands as Murgatroyd won Dancing with the Stars' fourteenth season with Donald Driver this past spring despite competing in her only her second Dancing with the Stars edition.
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