Olivia Jade is making her way back into the public eye in a big way — as she's reportedly joining the cast of Dancing with the Stars.
The daughter of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli — who came under fire last year for the family's involvement in the college admissions controversy — is allegedly set to take part in the beloved celebrity dance competition for the series' 30th season.
While the controversial YouTube star and DWTS has yet to confirm the news, TMZ reported they saw a woman in a visor, who looked like Olivia Jade, on Tuesday, August 31, being escorted into the rehearsal studio.
The outlet reportedly confirmed Olivia Jade was the woman in question, adding that dance pro Val Chmerkovskiy is expected to be her partner.
Olivia Jade will reportedly be joining JoJo Siwa, Keyna Moore, Olympic gymnast Suni Lee and many more stars on the upcoming season. The rest of the cast will be announced next week, it was reported. (Siwa — who recently came out as pansexual — will be the first contestant in DWTS history to dance with a same-sex partner.)
Time will tell if the 21-year-old has what it takes to win the Mirrorball trophy, as she's already proved she isn't afraid to put up a fight. As OK! reported, Olivia Jade clapped back at the Gossip Girl reboot after the script poked fun at her and the scandal surrounding her parents' 2019 arrests.
In the questionable scene, the characters were chatting about social media followers, when one joked: "Everything will be fine so long as you win. Olivia Jade gained followers when her mom went to jail."
The brunette beauty didn't appreciate being the butt of the joke and took to her own social media account to share her thoughts. With the offensive scene playing in the background, Olivia Jade recorded herself after the character insisted she gained more followers in light of her parents' controversy and replied: "No I didn't."
Olivia Jade has been brutally condemned on social media and in the public despite her apology for her role in the college admissions scandal. During her Red Table Talk appearance last December, the stunner admitted she knew what her parents were doing behind the scenes, but didn't think it was bad or problematic.
"I feel like a huge part of having privilege is not knowing you have privilege. So when it was happening, it didn't feel wrong," she confessed at the time.
Loughlin was released from prison at the end of December after serving almost two months behind bars, and Giannulli was released in April after getting locked up in November.