Dancing with the Stars has announced the cast of celebrities and their professional partners who will be competing on the show's 32nd season on ABC and Disney+ this Fall.

The identities of the 14 celebrities and pro dancers who will perform on Dancing with the Stars next season, which premieres live on Tuesday, September 26 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC and Disney+, were unveiled during Wednesday's broadcast of Good Morning America on ABC.


The cast includes several famous film and TV actresses and actors, a male supermodel, social media stars, an NFL All-Star, a Grammy Award-winning singer, and a Bachelorette.

In alphabetical order, the new Dancing with the Stars cast includes supermodel and actor Tyson Beckford, Marvel star Xochiti Gomez, American Pie actress Alyson Hannigan, social media and Netflix star Harry Jowsey, The Bachelorette star Charity Lawson, Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix, two-time Grammy winner Jason Mraz, and NFL All-Star running back Adrian Peterson.

The remainder of the Season 32 cast is comprised of singer and social media star Lele Pons, actress Mira Sorvino, actress and singer Jamie Lynn Spears, real estate mogul and reality TV star Mauricio Umansky, comedian and actor Matt Walsh, and The Brady Brunch star Barry Williams.

This impressive cast of celebrities has gathered together amid the ongoing Screen Actors Guild and Writers Guild of America strikes in Hollywood.

Jamie Lynn even announced on Tuesday's episode of Good Morning America that she's going to donate her weekly Dancing with the Stars salary to members of SAG and WGA.

Several of the Dancing with the Stars celebrities have ties to reality television.

Charity just starred on Season 20 of The Bachelorette, which ended with the child and family expert getting engaged to her winner, Dotun Olubeko.

Ariana stars on Vanderpump Rules and made headlines in March when her boyfriend of nearly a decade, co-star Tom Sandoval, cheated on her with her then-best friend and co-star, Raquel Leviss. The months-long affair and its aftermath came to be known as "Scandoval" in the media.

Charity and Ariana were announced as Dancing with the Stars' cast members before the formal announcement on GMA, along with Jamie Lynn, who recently appeared on Fox's Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.

Harry rose to fame on Heartbreak Island in New Zealand and later starred on the popular Netflix show Too Hot to Handle in 2020. He also created a series on social media called Who Wore It Best.
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And Mauricio appeared on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills with wife, Kyle Richards, from whom he separated earlier this summer. Mauricio went on to star on Buying Beverly Hills, which released its first season late last year on Netflix.

The pro partners who will be competing on Dancing with the Stars include a brand new pro partner, Rylee Arnold, who is the younger sister of longtime DWTS pro Lindsay Arnold. (Lindsay took this season off to focus on motherhood at home in Utah).


The pro partners for Season 32 also include returning pros Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten, Artem Chigvintsev, Val Chmerkovskiy, Sasha Farber, Koko Iwasaki, Jenna Johnson, Daniella Karagach, Peta Murgatroyd, Pasha Pashkov, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater, and Britt Stewart.

Longtime pro partner Sharna Burgess admitted on her podcast that she was "shocked" to not be asked back for Season 32.

Tyson Beckford is partnered with Jenna, Xochiti Gomez is paired with Val, Alyson Hannigan is partnered with Sasha, and Harry Jowsey is paired with Rylee.

Charity Lawson is partnered with Artem, Ariana Madix is paired with Pasha, Jason Mraz is paired with Daniella, Adrian Peterson is partnered with Britt, and Lele Pons is paired with Brandon.

Mira Sorvino is paired with Gleb, Jamie Lynn Spears is partnered with Alan, Mauricio Umansky is partnered with Emma, Matt Walsh is paired with Koko, and Barry Williams is partnered with Peta.

Dancing with the Stars will hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro and co-hosted by Julianne Hough.

The judging panel will be comprised of Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough.

"I think we've got one of the hottest, most epic seasons ever," Alfonso teased on Wednesday's episode of Good Morning America, which featured the majority of the cast live in the studio.

Alfonso also joked about how he and Julianne will make a great team because they both have amazing personalities.

When asked how being a superhero will differ from a being a dancer, Xochiti said, "Being a superhero, it's a movie, so you can do as many takes as you can! Dancing... I'll try my best. I don't know [if I'm nervous], not too much. I'm just here to have fun!"

Jason, who previously performed on the Dancing with the Stars set, shared, "I'm so happy to be here. It's such a thrill."

Harry gave his first DWTS rehearsal the following title: "An Embarrassing Mess, A Little Bit Like My Life."

Adrian teased how he'll be bringing some of his moves on the football field into the ballroom.

Mira said her Romy and Michele's High School Reunion co-star Lisa Kudrow would tell her that she's "very brave" for trying Dancing with the Stars.

Mauricio said viewers can "definitely expect" to see his family cheering him on in the ballroom. He said his wife and girls are very excited to watch him perform on the show.

Considering two former The Bachelorette stars -- Kaitlyn Bristowe and Hannah Brown -- have won Dancing with the Stars and The Bachelor alum Melissa Rycroft also won a mirrorball, Charity was asked if she's received any good advice from those women.

"Honestly, they gave better dance advice than dating advice -- no shame," Charity joked. "But honestly, there is a little bit of pressure, but I'm just going to have fun and really challenge myself."


And Ariana acknowledged how she believes "living well is the best revenge," referring to how she had been cheated on.

"I think that's just a great life lesson that I've learned over the years," Ariana said, "and I'm hoping to also bring the negative into a positive on the dance floor as well. If I get any harsh critiques, I'll turn the negatives into a positive!"

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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.