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Michael Sam, Patti LaBelle, Suzanne Somers Join Dancing With the Stars

REDFOO, EMMA SLATER,  KYM JOHNSON, ROBERT HERJAVEC, RUMER WILLIS, VALENTIN CHMERKOVSKIY, TONY DOVOLANI, SUZANNE SOMERS, NOAH GALLOWAY, SHARNA BURGESS, MARK BALLAS, WILLOW SHIELDS, WITNEY CARSON, MICHAEL SAM, PETA MURGATROYD, ALLISON HOLKER, RIKER LYNCH, P
Todd Wawrychuk—ABC The Dancing with the Stars 10th anniversary celebrity cast and professional pairings seen on Good Morning America on Feb. 24, 2015.

Also featuring LMFAO's Redfoo, Primrose from The Hunger Games and Rumer Willis

A legendary diva, an Olympic gymnast, and the guy who taught you how to party rock will compete on the new season of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, premiering March 16.

In addition to Patti LaBelle, Nastia Liukin and LMFAO’s Redfoo, the cast will include Michael Sam, the first openly gay football player to be drafted into the NFL; actress Suzanne Somers; Rumer Willis, the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis; and Willow Shields, best known as Primrose Everdeen from The Hunger Games movies.

The full cast was revealed Tuesday morning on Good Morning America, but not all of the names are immediately recognizable. Noah Galloway is a veteran of the Iraq War who lost part of an arm and a leg during an IED attack, while model Charlotte McKinney only recently made a splash by starring in a provocative Carl’s Jr. advertisement that debuted during this year’s Super Bowl.

The full list of stars, and their dancing partners, are:

Noah Galloway partnered with Sharna Burgess
Robert Herjavec partnered with Kym Johnson
Patti LaBelle partnered with Artem Chigvintsev
Nastia Liukin partnered with Derek Hough
Riker Lynch partnered with Allison Holker
Charlotte McKinney partnered with Keo Motsepe
Redfoo partnered with Emma Slater
Michael Sam partnered with Peta Murgatroyd
Willow Shields partnered with Mark Ballas
Suzanne Somers partnered with Tony Dovolani
Rumer Willis partnered with Valentin Chmerkovskiy

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