Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama have reportedly passed on "Dancing with the Stars."

The former first ladies turned down the chance to compete on Season 24 of the ABC reality competition, according to the Mar. 6 issue of Us Weekly.

Sources told the magazine Clinton, 69, "said no" to producers interested in having the recent Democratic presidential candidate on the show.

Obama, 53, who appeared on "So You Think You Can Dance" in 2015, and singer Ashlee Simpson also reportedly passed.

Clinton has kept a low profile since Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election in November.

Obama, meanwhile was spotted outside a SoulCycle gym Sunday in Washington, D.C., after leaving the White House in January.

"Entertainment Tonight" reported last week that actor Mr. T and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles will compete on the new season.

New parents Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd are among the returning pros.

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"I'm definitely a little bit nervous, but I'm very excited to get back," Murgatroyd recently told "Good Morning America."

"Dancing with the Stars" Season 24 will premiere Mar. 20 on ABC.

"Good Morning America" will announce the official cast during its Mar. 1 episode.