It’s official — Dancing with the Stars‘ seventh season lineup was revealed on Good Morning America this morning, and the competition has already begun.
TV reality star Kim Kardashian revealed she cut her foot last night on a broken mirror in her hotel room, but still said, "I will be able to dance."
DWTS host Tom Bergeron questioned if Kim had cut her foot to gain the sympathy vote, which she denied, then jokingly accused soap legend Susan Lucci of trying to take the big-bottomed reality star out before the show even began.
The season premiere will be a three-night event which will send two couples home in the first week. All 13 teams will have to prepare two dances in the first week instead of one, but only 12 will dance again on the second night.
This season’s cast is already creating buzz as the largest cast in DWTS history. The 13-couple group also features the youngest and oldest contestants yet, two Olympic Gold medalists, an Oscar winner and a Super Bowl champion.
Here are the celebrities who will take the dance floor:
Lance Bass, Singer
Rocco DiSpirito, Chef
Misty May-Treanor, Olympic beach volleyball player
Maurice Greene, Olympic sprinter
Toni Braxton, Grammy-winning singer
Kim Kardashian, Reality TV star
Cody Linley, Hannah Montana co-star
Cloris Leachman, Oscar-winning actress
Ted McGinley, Actor
Brooke Burke, Actress
Jeffrey Ross, Stand-up comedian
Warren Sapp, Super Bowl champion
Susan Lucci, Soap Star
Catch the season premiere of Dancing with the Stars on Monday, Sept. 22,
at 8 p.m. on ABC.