AceShowbiz - Gabby Windey, Jordin Sparks and Wayne Brady are reportedly stepping into the ballroom. "The Bachelorette" star, the "No Air" singer and the comedian are joining the upcoming season 31 of "Dancing with the Stars", multiple sources confirmed.
The three will be competing against each other in the forthcoming installment of the long-running series. The new season is set to premiere on September 19 on Disney+, marking the first season to air on the streaming service.
The new report comes after it was confirmed that TikTok star Charli D'Amelio and mom Heidi D'Amelio will appear in the new season. Their casting was announced in the Wednesday, September 7 episode of "Good Morning America".
During her interview in the episode of the morning talk show, Charli revealed that she initially "thought they were joking." The social media personality added, "I thought it was a prank. But when they were like, 'No, this is real,' I was so excited for the both of us -- especially to do this together."
"I would love to do a little nod to why I am even here and what got me here, but I think I'm really going to work on the technical sides of ballroom," she said when asked about her repertoire. The TikToker, who will go against her mom on the show, also shared that she "can't be too harsh" with her mom despite the competition, saying, "I do have to remember she is my mom and I have to respect her."
Heidi, meanwhile, revealed it's been a "long time" since she competed in dance. "We'll see if it's like riding a bike [and I can] pick up choreography," she noted.
The new season will see Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli making a return as judges. As for the professional dancers, Cheryl Burke, Witney Carson, Artem Chigvintsev, Brandon Armstrong, Daniella Karagach and Pasha Pashkov previously confirmed that they will be stepping back into the ballroom as they teamed up for season 31 promo footage.
Among those who were reported to join season 31 are Trevor Donovan, Robert Irwin, Joseph Baena and Daniel Durant. The full cast of season 31 will be revealed on Thursday on "Good Morning America".