Are you ready for more celebrity two-steps? ABC announced the new line-up of its hit show Dancing with the Stars this morning and it includes a mixture of veteran performers from the screen, stadium, and stage.

Despite rumors that music legend Stevie Wonder would be on the show (that would have been interesting), he didn’t make the cut. Instead Motown diva Gladys Knight, The View’s Sherri Shepard, actor Jaleel White, and NFL star Donald Driver will all add some much-needed color to the lineup.

The show will also include tennis star Martina Navratilova, Opera diva Katherine Jenkins, actress Melissa Gilbert, telenovela star Martin Levy, ‘Melrose Place’ star Jack Wagner, singer Gavin Degraw, tv-host Maria Menunos, and Roshon Fegan.

Will you be watching? 

  • Val

    Sherri Sheppard is enough to keep me from watching, she’s a walking, talking stereotype.

  • Mimi

    I’ve watched every season only because I always wanted to be a Rockette since I was a little girl so yes, I will be watching.

    P.S.: Whoever coined the phrase “Black Don’t Crack” must’ve been talking about Gladys!!! How old is that woman???? She still looks AWESOME!!!!

  • Perverted Alchemist

    Gladys will be 68 years old in May…must be the Mormon faith, LOL!!!

  • Dalili

    Yes! I love the show, the first few weeks are sometimes painful to watch but it’s nice to see the particpants come into their own. Gladys Knight does look good, am so happy she’s paired with Tristan, he’s such a gentleman.

  • Kaya

    hmmm nope, unless by some reason I catch the first episode…

  • Stephanie

    I’ve only watched maybe the first two seasons but Ms Gladys will bring me back :)

  • NY’s Finest

    I’m sorry but Gladys Knight is a legend and has no business being on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’

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