The Season 12 contestants of "Dancing with the Stars" were announced on Monday and ET's Mark Steines gained access to the press conference getting the scoop on the new ballroom warriors.
"Before meeting everybody, [I] was kind of like the lonely kid on the first day of school," said former Playboy Playmate, Kendra Wilkinson.
Kendra said that she instantly gravitated towards Super Bowl champ Hines Ward since she knows him personally.
Hines is known as one of the toughest receivers in the NFL but he doesn't expect "Dancing" to be a cake walk.
"This is much harder than the Super Bowl," said Hines, who has two Super Bowl rings. "Ballroom dancing, doing the Fox Trot - that's like my biggest worries right now."
If Kirstie Alley's interview with Mark was any indication to the way Season 12 will unfold, fans might be in for a drama-filled show.
"I just hope I don't go all crazy if [the judges] don't like my dancing," said Kirstie, who revealed that not even she knows how she'll react to the judges' sometimes caustic comments.
Romeo talked about the legacy he has to uphold in light of his father Master P competing on Season 2.
"A lot of pressure on my shoulders," said Romeo, who has also followed in his father's footsteps outside of the ballroom, carrying a music career.
If personality has anything to do with the contest, TV personality Wendy Williams might have a leg up on the competition, but that's not the only weapon she's relying on.
"I've been told that I have a big personality," said Wendy. "But I also realize that I've got to dance big or I'm going home."
'The Karate Kid''s Ralph Macchio isn't a kid anymore, and he dished that after two rehearsals, he's already feeling the pain, saying, "I have a bucket of Advil that I started taking."
Tune in for "Dancing with the Stars"' 12th season premiere Monday, March 21 on ABC.