DWTS 2017: Dancing With the Stars Season 25 Cast Revealed

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Past champions include running backs Emmitt Smith (who won with Burke in Season 3) and Rashad Jennings (who won last year) as well as wide receivers Donald Driver and Hines Ward.

The full celebrity cast of "Dancing With the Stars" will be announced on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday.

At the end of August, he pleaded no-contest to the charge and was sentenced to three months' probation, 90 hours of community service and a fine.

Terrell Owens will join the new season of Dancing With The Stars. "I think you're going to like this group", host Tom Bergeron said on "GMA".

"If I can handle Bill Parcells, then I can handle Cheryl", Owens said, comparing his upcoming DWTS run with the famous former Dallas Cowboys coach.

There's plenty in store for season 25 of the show, which usually features pseudo-celebrities or TV and film stars that peaked a long time ago. "This is going to be a challenge for me, definitely".

The two have apparently already gotten started with their training.

Athletes have had success on the show, winning the Mirror Ball Trophy 10 times.

Owens, whose name was revealed earlier in the week, is a retired National Football League wide receiver and second-leading pass catcher in National Football League history in terms of career yards.

She said she felt like she was walking the plank. The premiere of Season 25 is on September 18. The new season will mark Cheryl's first return to the show after she left to pursue other projects including "Dance Moms" and "Love on the Floor" tour which is now put on hold until 2018.

Male celebrities and their partners include: singer-actor Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold; former National Basketball Association player and coach Derek Fisher; Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson; and Scott and Emma Slater.

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