The rumors about who will star on Dancing with the Stars, which will come back for a 20th season in March, keep swirling.
According to Reality TV Magazine, there’s been unconfirmed rumors that Bachelor star Chris Soules and Disney star Ross Lynch were both asked to appear to the ABC show.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. also said he would consider going on the show. Also, former sitcom actress Roseanne Barr might appear on the program, the publication said this week.
“I am thinking about being on dancing with the stars – bc im a great dancer and i am getting old – who knows how long I can still do a backbend?” she wrote on Twitter.
ABC will announce its lineup of professional dancers next week.
According to WetPaint:
You may recall that Louis van Amstel, whom we haven’t seen compete on DWTS in a long time, said there’s a good chance he’ll be back to dance on Season 20. Here’s an update he tweeted on February 1:
“One more week before @abc @DancingABC announces the pro dancers for season 20 #dwts #exciting”
That is exciting! It sounds like Louis will be among the announced names. We know Derek Hough and Cheryl Burke will definitely not be involved, but any other changes have yet to be confirmed.
Meanwhile, it was reported last month that longtime Dancing with the Stars mainstay Derek Hough has left the program and won’t appear on the show next season.
He’ll play the male lead for the New York Spring Spectacular on Broadway at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, according to E! News.
“I am ecstatic that I’ll able to extend my passion for performing to the Great Stage of Radio City Music Hall in New York Spring Spectacular,” Hough stated. “Performing at Radio City Music Hall in a show that celebrates everything that is beloved about New York City is a dream. I can’t wait to show fans this production…it’s going to be like nothing they’ve seen me in before.”