David Hasselhoff will reportedly be going from judging to being judged this fall.

The former America's Got Talent judge will be one of the 12 celebrities who will compete on Dancing with the Stars' eleventh-season this fall, Us Weekly reported Wednesday.

ABC will announce Dancing with the Stars' eleventh-season cast in a live "press conference" that will air during the network's August 30 broadcast of Bachelor Pad.

While the network does not comment on casting reports prior to each season's cast announcement, recently retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, Jersey Shore star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, former The Hills star Audrina Patridge, and singer Brandy -- who served on America's Got Talent's first-season judging panel with Hasselhoff -- will also be part of Dancing with the Stars' eleventh-season cast, according to prior reports.

The Bachelorette couple Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez "likely won't" be part of the season's cast despite previous rumors of their potential participation, Us Weekly reported.

After serving as a judge since the NBC reality competition's 2006 debut, Hasselhoff -- who has struggled with alcoholism in recent years -- announced he would not be returning for America's Got Talent currently-airing fifth season earlier this year.

Shortly thereafter, the former Knight Rider and Baywatch star signed a deal to star in an untitled A&E reality series that will chronicle his attempt to balance his entertainment and business endeavors with his personal life as a single dad to two teenage daughters.

The 10-episode half-hour series will premiere late this year, according to A&E.