Who's going "Dancing" this fall? Coming off its most successful year to date, "Dancing With the Stars" will try to keep the momentum rolling with a new group of celebrities.
ABC announced the cast (Aug. 29) during "Bachelor Pad." Meet the new cast, including a former MTV star and one of the few survivors of all four "Scream" movies:
Kristin Cavallari: Former star of "The Hills" and "Laguna Beach." Can she stay around longer than her former co-star Audrina Patridge did last fall?
Ron Artest: The L.A. Laker has found something to do during the NBA lockout.
Ricki Lake: Talk-show host, actress and star of the original "Hairspray" movie. Does she remember her dance moves from that?
David Arquette: The aforementioned "Scream" star once briefly held the WCW championship.
Chynna Phillips: The Wilson Phillips singer and her bandmates had a funny cameo at the end of "Bridesmaids."
Carson Kressley: He has parlayed his "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" success into a multifaceted TV/fashion/writing career.
Nancy Grace: The HLN host will be the one having judgment passed on her for a change.
J.R. Martinez: You know him from "All My Children," and he's also a veteran of the Iraq war.
Hope Solo: The breakout star of the U.S. Women's World Cup team was initially resistant to doing "DWTS" but apparently has changed her mind.
Rob Kardashian: Kim's little brother. She was eliminated third when she did "DWTS" in 2008; Rob will try to hang on longer than that.
Elisabetta Canalis: Best known as George Clooney's ex, she's also had a recurring part on TNT's sereis "Leverage."
Chaz Bono: The first transgender contestant ever on the show, the only child of Cher and Sonny Bono.
"Dancing With the Stars" kicks off its season Monday, Sept. 19 on ABC. What do you think of the new cast?
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