Partner: Sasha Farber Think 1-year-old baby Lorenzo will root for Mom from the audience? Now that she’s traded the club for the gym, the muscled mama can show off all of her hard work – plus those moves she mastered back on the Shore – when the latest season of Dancing with the Stars kicks off Sept. 16.
Partner: Tyne Stecklein Will the veteran Science Guy find chemistry in the ballroom with his Dancing partner? “I love swing dancing,” the scientist and popular educator told The New York Times in 2008. “I go two nights a week, often four.”
Partner: If he can take on diaper duty, the fox-trot should be no problem for Osbourne, whose sister Kelly called him “unstoppable” in the year since he revealed that he has multiple sclerosis. (And even if he doesn’t take home the mirror-ball trophy, he’s got another prize to look forward to: He and wife Lisa are expecting their second child.)
Partner: Mark Ballas It’s been nearly 10 years since we saw Milian dip it low – in her 2004 hip-hop anthem of the same name, that is – so we’re more than ready to watch the newly engagedThe Voice correspondent pick it up slow (and roll it all around!) on the dance floor.
Partner: Tony Dovolani She left the Church of Scientology earlier this summer, stating that “no one is going to tell me how I need to think.” But will the King of Queens alum let her partner tell her how she needs to dance?
Partner: Derek Hough Her powerhouse vocal chords earned Riley plenty of solos in the Glee club, but there’s no telling how she’ll perform the ultimate duet when she partners up for Dancing with the Stars.
Partner: Sharna Burgess After retiring from the NFL in 2006, the former New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers wide receiver will try his hands, er, feet, at scoring a touchdown in the ballroom.