ABC unveiled the 15 celebrities who will be competing for the mirrorball trophy on Good Morning America, and needless to say, there will be a lot of star power in the ballroom when the new season kicks off on Monday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. ET.
So, without further ado, scroll down to see the official list of stars who will be dancing their way through 'DWTS.'
A Bravo fixture, Kenya has been a part of the Real Housewives of Atlanta since 2012. She won Miss USA in 1993 and later appeared in movies like 1995's Waiting to Exhale and 2003's Deliver Us From Eva, as well as on TV shows like the Steve Harvey Show and Girlfriends. In addition to acting and appearing on reality TV (she also appeared on Celebrity Apprentice 7 in 2015), Kenya, 50, is an author and entrepreneur, founding a hair care line dubbed Moore Hair. She wed businessman Marc Daly in 2017, and they welcomed a daughter, Brooklyn, in November 2018. They broke up in 2019 and attempted to reconcile, but in January, Marc revealed that they had once again split, and Kenya officially filed for divorce in August.
The 39-year-old dancer and fitness instructor is the widow of Nick Cordero, the Broadway actor who died after a lengthy battle with COVID-19. She shared his journey with the coronavirus through social media, later finding closure after writing the book Live Your Life about their relationship, his battle with COVID-19 and her life since his death. She joined The Talk as a permanent co-host in January 2021. Amanda and Nick, who met on Bullets Over Broadway, were married from 2017 until his death in 2020, and have one child together, a son named Elvis. After growing up in Ohio and living in New York City for a number of years, she is now raising Elvis in Los Angeles.
From the Bachelor to the ballroom! Matt, 29, was the first African-American lead for the reality dating show, with his season 25 premiering in January 2021. The real estate broker, charity founder and former football player is from Raleigh, North Carolina. He had originally been slated to appear in the 16th season of The Bachelorette before it got delayed due to the coronavirus. On the finale of his season of The Bachelor, James fell for Rachael Kirkconnell, but by the time After the Final Rose aired, the two had called it quits amid Kirkconnell's high-profile scandal in which she was accused of racist actions in the past. Kickconnell subsequently apologized publicly multiple times. In April, the two were photographed together once more and James revealed he was "pursuing" a relationship with his ex, and they made their red carpet debut in June at the ESPYs.
What a year for Jimmie! The "Make Me Want To" singer wed his longtime love, Alexis Gale, in May, and one month later, they announced they were expecting their second daughter together (they have a 1-year-old daughter, Naomi, and Jimmie has a 6-year-old son, Aadyn, from a previous relationship). Now, he'll be taking his country crooning to DWTS, joining a long line of Nashville dancers who've joined the show, including Lauren Alaina. The 35-year-old singer made his debut with the 2018 single "Best Shot," which hit No. 1, and he received the New Male Artist of the Year award at the 201 ACM Awards.
Spice up DWTS! The Spice Girls singer will be taking her dancing skills to the stage for season 30. Known as Sporty Spice when she was a member of the girl power group, the 47-year-old singer (full name: Melanie Chisholm) launched her solo career in 1998, with her album, 1999's Northern Star, becoming the best-selling solo album of any of the Spice Girls' individual efforts. She has released seven solo albums as well as co-written 11 U.K. number one songs, making her the highest-charting female artist. The English multi-hyphenate (she is also an actress, entrepreneur and fitness model) went on a reunion tour with the Spice Girls in 2019 -- their first tour in a decade -- and in the time in between made her stage debut and acted as a judge or mentor on show's like Asia's Got Talent. Melanie is mom to one daughter, Scarlet.
Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin
From reality TV to the ring! After dropping out of college to appear on the 10th season of The Real World in 2001, Mike became a fan favorite, appearing on a number of Real World and Road Rules spinoffs, and later went on to other reality competitions like the Battle of the Network Reality Stars and Fear Factor. Initially debuting his alter ego, The Miz, during his time on The Real World, the 40-year-old reality star went on to sign with the WWE. He's had a number of championship reigns and is still a part of the Raw family. He and his wife, Maryse, got their own reality show, Miz & Mrs., in 2018, and he began hosting the game show Cannonball in 2020. Mike and Maryse share two daughters, Madison and Monroe.
How 2021 is this? Cody, 33, is a superstar Peloton instructor (he calls his loyal followers his "Boo Crew" and is technically a Cycling Director) who's been instructing with the company for seven years, as well as a former dancer. The North Carolina native has called New York City home for more than a decade, and he began his career as a backup dancer for pop stars like Katy Perry and even performed on Saturday Night Live.
The 31-year-old athlete is a professional baller, having last played with the Brooklyn Nets. He was selected as the 17th overall draft pick by the New York Knicks in 2011 and took home an NBA championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016. A native of Illinois, Iman is the proud father of two; he and wife Teyana Taylor share two daughters, Iman Jr. and Rue Rose. When he wasn't on the court, Iman tried his hand at rap music, releasing a few songs, including 2012's "Knicks Anthem."
The daughter of Full House's Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, Jade, 21, is a YouTuber. She became infamously known for her parents' part in the 2019 college admissions scandal. Loughlin was released from prison in December, while Giannulli is currently finishing his sentence at a federal prison in Lompoc, California. Olivia made her return to social media back in January when she posted her first YouTube video. She first broke her silence on the scandal last year, appearing as a guest on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch series, Red Table Talk.
Brian Austin Green
The 48-year-old actor is best known for playing David Silver on Beverly Hills, 90210. He is father to four sons -- Noah, 8, Bodhi, 7, and Journey, 5, with his estranged wife, Megan Fox, and 19-year-old Kassius with his ex, Vanessa Marcil. He has been dating DWTS pro Sharna Burgess since 2020 and rumors are swirling that the two will be partnered together for season 30.
Sunisa 'Suni' Lee
Suni is coming straight off her incredibly impressive run at the Tokyo Olympics. The 18-year-old gymnast came home with three medals: gold in women's all-around, bronze in uneven bars and silver in the team final. "OLYMPIC ALL-AROUND CHAMPION," she exclaimed via Instagram at the time. "So surreal. I can’t thank you all enough for the love and support." Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Suni is currently a freshman at Auburn University in Alabama.
JoJo, 18, is no stranger to dance! She previously appeared on Abby Lee Miller's Dance Moms with her mother, Jessalynn, who is a professional dance instructor. Since then, JoJo has been singing and dancing in a number of ways, including in her music videos, on her YouTube channel and with Nickelodeon. Additionally, she starred on another reality competition show, competing as the T-Rex during season 3 of The Masked Singer. JoJo will also be making DWTS history in season 30 as part of the first same-sex dance couple competing on the series.
The 54-year-old actress is a TV staple, having starred on The Office, Monk and Transparent, scoring an Emmy nom for the latter. Her most recent role has been as Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Carlyle on The Bold Type. Born in Texas, Melora first started acting in the late '70s and has since appeared in over 70 films and TV shows. She and actor Gildart Jackson wed in 1997 and they share two daughters, Rory and Piper.
The Bling Empire star will be looking to shine bright on season 30! Born in Taiwan, she was raised in Beverly Hills, California, and graduated from Pepperdine University. Christine and her husband, celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Gabriel Chiu, welcomed son Gabriel in 2018.
Best known for his role in 1984's The Karate Kid, Kove reprised his role of John Kreese in the film's two sequels, before returning again for the TV sequel series Cobra Kai, which has been renewed for a fourth season. His acting career has gone beyond the dojo, including his longtime role as Victor Isbecki on Cagney and Lacey in the '80s. The 75-year-old actor was born in Brooklyn and has two grown children.