Shortly after the full list of competitors and their pro partners was announced on Good Morning America on Wednesday, ABC released the official photos ahead of the dance competition show's premiere on March 20.
See all the stars who will be vying for the coveted mirror ball trophy below!
Fresh off his appearance on The Bachelor, Nick Viall will be heading to the ballroom with returning dance pro Peta Murgatroyd, who just welcomed her first child, son Shai, in January.
Prepare to watch Normani Kordei put in work with her dance partner, Val Chmerkovskiy. The Fifth Harmony singer will have big shoes to fill (Val won season 23 with gymnast Laurie Hernandez!), but we have no doubt she'll rock it.
Welcome to the ballroom, Mr. T! Kym Herjavec will be training the actor / former professional wrestler this season -- and hopefully to a victory.
It's been a long time since we saw Nancy Kerrigan compete in the Olympics, so we're beyond excited to see how the figure skater will use her skills to her advantage. Luckily, she's got a great partner, Artem Chigvintsev, by her side.
From bull riding to ballroom
Sharna Burgess has yet to win a mirror ball trophy, but could this finally be her season? Don't let us down, Bonner Bolton!
Going for gold
A scheduling conflict kept Simone Biles from competing during the show's 23rd season, but the Olympic gymnast is confirmed and ready to rock all her routines with help from Sasha Farber. Stick it, Simone!
Mondays are the new Saturdays for this guy!
While chatting with ET prior to the official casting announcement, Witney Carson teased her partner this season, Saturday Night Live veteran Chris Kattan, was "very different" from any other celebrity she's ever competed with on the show. He was known for making fans laugh on the popular sketch comedy show, and now you can watch him dance every Monday night starting March 20 on ABC.
Meet the Beyoncé of DWTS
Heather Morris may be best known for her role on Glee, but get this -- the California native, who is professionally trained in jazz dance, once toured with Beyoncé! In addition to taking the stage with Bey on her The Beyoncé Experience world tour, she also appeared on season two of So You Think You Can Dance. Mix in fan-favorite dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy as her partner, and we're already feeling a frontrunner.
Go, Cubs, go!
His former baseball team, the Chicago Cubs, made history last November by winning their first World Series since 1908. Now, David Ross is making history on his own as the first pro baseball player to compete on DWTS. He's definitely in good hands with Lindsay Arnold, who placed third during season 23 with NFL star Calvin Johnson Jr.
Adding some spice to the cast, famous Flamenco guitarist Charo will be showing off her best dance skills with Keo Motsepe. As fans of the show may recall, she made a brief appearance on DWTS in 2010, teaching then-competitor Pamela Anderson how to perfect the Flamenco.
We've seen plenty of NFL stars on the show, and this season is no exception! Rashad Jennings will be suiting up in all the glitzy costumes with returning pro Emma Slater. We have to admit, pink looks good on him!
Housewives can dance, too!
Get it, girl! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne will be strutting her stuff on the ballroom with Gleb Savchenko. And judging from the choreography he created for country singer Jana Kramer last season, we're expecting a series of sizzling routines from this hot duo.