Dancing with the Stars has officially revealed its full cast for this fall's 23rd season.

ABC either revealed or confirmed all the celebrities and their pro partners who will be competing on Dancing with the Stars when the next edition premieres Monday, September 12 at 8PM ET/PT.

The celebrities are talk show host and model Amber Rose, retired NFL wide receiver Calvin Johnson Jr., Disney Channel star Jake T. Austin, professional race car driver James Hinchcliffe, country singer Jana Kramer, and iconic singer and producer Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds.

The rest of the celebrities are Olympic gold gymnast Laurie Hernandez, actress and former The Celebrity Apprentice contestant Marilu Henner, The Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick, former Texas governor and U.S. presidential candidate Rick Perry, Olympic gold swimmer and former What Would Ryan Lochte Do? star Ryan Lochte, Little Women: LA star Terra Jole, and former rapper and The Vanilla Ice Project star Vanilla Ice (formally known as Robert Van Winkle).

The names of more than half the cast had already been leaked out in the last couple of weeks.

A big surprise here is that The Bachelorette star JoJo Fletcher is not a part of the cast since her name had also been previously reported.

The professional dancers who will be paired up with Season 23's stars are veterans Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Lindsay Arnold, Sharna Burgess, Gleb Savchenko, Allison Holker, Val Chmerkovskiy, Derek Hough, Artem Chigvintsev, Emma Slater, Cheryl Burke, Sasha Farber and Witney Carson.

New to the lineup of pros is Jenna Johnson, who has been promoted from the Dancing with the Stars Troupe.

Below is a list of the celebrity and professional pairings:

Rose is paired up with Maksim. Maksim joined Dancing with the Stars in Season 2 and served as a pro all the way up until Season 18 with the exceptions of Season 6, 16 and 17. He announced his DWTS retirement after winning Season 18 with Meryl Davis, but he's back!

Johnson Jr. will be partnered with Arnold, another former So You Think You Can Dance contestant. Arnold will be taking the stage as a pro dancer for the fourth time on DWTS. She finished Season 21 in third place with Alek Skarlatos and Season 22 in fourth place with Wanya Morris.

Austin will be dancing with the newbie pro, Johnson. She was a member of the Dancing with the Stars Troupe since Season 18, so now she'll get a chance to really shine. Jenna just starred on So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation as an All-Star partner.

Hinchcliffe will be training with Burgess, who made her debut on DWTS' 16th season. She made it to Season 18's semifinals with Charlie White, finished Season 20 in third place with Noah Galloway, and finished in second place with Nick Carter on Season 21. Most recently, she claimed fourth place with Antonio Brown. This girl is due for a win!
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Kramer will be paired up with Savchenko. He competed on Season 16 of Dancing with the Stars in 2013 with Lisa Vanderpump. The upcoming season will feature his return after many seasons off.

Babyface will be matched up with Holker, who recently welcomed a child. Holker joined Dancing with the Stars in Season 19 but took last season off. She finished Season 20 in second place with Riker Lynch.

Hernandez will be partnered with Val, who joined DWTS 10 seasons ago and will be participating in his 11th edition. He finished as Season 16's runner-up with Zendaya Coleman, claimed third place in Season 19 with Janel Parrish, and then finally won Season 20 with Rumer Willis. He finished the latest season in third place with Ginger Zee.

Henner will be paired with Hough, who is returning to the ballroom after taking a season off. Hough joined DWTS in Season 5 and has only taken two seasons off since then. He has won the mirrorball trophy a whopping six times, with the most recent victory being Bindi Irwin's season.

McCormick will be matched up with Chigvintsev, who served as a member of the Dancing with the Stars Troupe before appearing as a first-time pro in Season 19, during which he finished in sixth place. He hasn't been able to place higher than that ever since.

Perry will be dancing with Slater. She joined Dancing with the Stars in Season 17 but took last season off. She placed fourth with Bill Engvall in Season 17 but hasn't had much luck in the competition's standings since then.

Lochte will be partnered with Burke. She joined the ABC series way back in Season 2 but took Seasons 20-22 off to pursue other career goals. She has two mirrorball trophies under her belt but hasn't won since Season 3 with Emmitt Smith, so she's probably hungry for victory.

Jole will be paired with Farber, who first appeared as a pro on Season 17 of DWTS with Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi. He later served as Hough's alternate in Season 20 when he got hurt mid-competition. Farber served as a pro in Season 22 and finished seventh again with Kim Fields.

Vanilla Ice will take the dance floor with Carson, a former So You Think You Can Dance contestant and DWTS Troupe member who made her debut as a pro on Season 18. Carson won Season 19 with Alfonso Ribeiro. She finished in seventh place last season with Von Miller.

Noticeably absent from the lineup of pros this season are Peta Murgatroyd -- who is currently pregnant with Maksim's baby -- Mark Ballas, Kym Johnson, Anna Trebunskaya, Karina Smirnoff, Tony Dovolani, and Keo Motsepe.

Dancing with the Stars will continue to be hosted by Tom Bergeron and co-hosted by Erin Andrews.
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