Dancing with the Stars celebrities competing on Season 29 continue to leak out, with the latest additions being actress Anne Heche, actor Jesse Metcalfe, and former NFL player Vernon Davis, reportedly.

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Anne, Jesse and Vernon have all signed on to compete for the mirrorball trophy on Dancing with the Stars' upcoming 29th season when it premieres Monday, September 14 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC, Us Weekly reported.

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Anne, 51, has starred in films including Volcano, Psycho, and Six Days, Seven Nights as well as several independent films and television series, including Aftermath and The Brave. She recently appeared on Chicago, P.D.

Jesse, 41, is probably best known for his starring role on the film John Tucker Must Die although he has landed roles in over a dozen films and TV movies. He also previously appeared on the TV shows Smallville and Desperate Housewives.

Vernon, 36, is a former NFL tight end who was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2006.

Vernon was traded to the Denver Broncos in 2015 and won Super Bowl 50 with them, and he finished his pro football career with the Washington Redskins until he retired following the 2019 season.

The three celebrities will reportedly be joining previously-confirmed Dancing with the Stars contestants, Backstreet Boys member AJ McLean and Season 11 The Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe.

After Entertainment Tonight reported last week AJ, 42, will be putting on his dancing shoes this fall, AJ confirmed the news himself with an August 27 post on Twitter.

"We're going for the mirrorball, baby!! I am so grateful to @dancingabc and @abcnetwork for the opportunity to be joining this season's cast of #DWTS," AJ captioned a selfie from inside a dance studio.

"I also want to thank my wife and my two girls for letting Daddy go on this new adventure. I'm doing it ALL for you!"

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As for Kaitlyn, The Bachelor franchise host Chris Harrison asked the 35-year-old podcast host to join the Fall 2020 cast of Dancing with the Stars during a June episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons -- Ever!.
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"Kaitlyn, play it cool. Play it cool! Are you serious?! I'm shaking! Chris, oh my gosh," Kaitlyn gushed in tears after being asked to participate in DWTS, which is a dream come true for the reality TV star.

"I'm going to cry! I feel like this is back to the moment where you told me I was the Bachelorette. That was the last thing in the world I thought you were going to say!"

The complete lineup of celebrities competing on Dancing with the Stars for Season 29 will be announced Wednesday, September 2 on Good Morning America.

It's unclear who Anne, Jesse, Vernon, AJ and Kaitlyn will be paired with, but all the pro dancers for next season were unveiled last month on GMA.

The returning professional partners for next season are Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten, Sharna Burgess, Cheryl Burke, Val Chmerkovskiy, Sasha Farber, Jenna Johnson, Keo Motsepe, Peta Murgatroyd, Pasha Pashkov, Gleb Savchenko, and Emma Slater.

Two former Dancing with the Stars Troupe members, Britt Stewart and Daniella Karagach, will also be joining the lineup of professional partners for this fall's season as newbies.

Three married couples will be competing against each other on Season 29: Val and Jenna, Emma and Sasha, and Daniella and Pasha.

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Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the professional partners will not be able to help or rehearse with each other through the season, and even pros married to fellow pros will be forced to live apart.

The new rule is an attempt to prevent two professional dancers -- and potentially their celebrity partners -- from getting sick if one person contracts COVID-19 during the season.

As previously announced, supermodel and former America's Got Talent and America's Next Top Model host Tyra Banks has joined Dancing with the Stars as its new host and executive producer because the show is embarking on "a new creative direction."

Tyra has replaced longtime host Tom Bergeron as well as his co-host Erin Andrews.

Tom hosted Dancing with the Stars since it premiered on ABC in 2005 -- a span that has covered 28 seasons and over 400 episodes.

Erin began serving as co-host of Dancing with the Stars in March 2014 after competing on the show's tenth season and finishing in third place with pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli are returning to Dancing with the Stars as judges.

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Dancing with the Stars will air on Monday nights this fall, with The Bachelorette moving to Tuesday nights at 8PM ET/PT for its sixteenth season starring Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams.