ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” is the B-listers gateway to get back on our radar. Well, the upcoming Season 10 cast has just been revealed and it looks like some A-listers are in the mix, including a recent Olympic gold medalist, a “Bachelor” and icon Pam Anderson! Check out the new lineup…
- Evan Lysacek – 2010 Olympic gold medalist for Men’s figure skating
- Jake Pavelka – Recent star of ‘The Bachelor’
- Kate Gosselin – Formerly of ‘Jon & Kate Plus 8’
- Pamela Anderson – Actress and model
- Nicole Scherzinger – Lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls
- Chad Ochocinco – #85 of the Cincinnati Bengals
- Shannen Doherty – Former ‘90210’ bad girl
- Erin Andrews – ESPN reporter
- Aiden Turner – Star of ‘All My Children’
- Niecy Nash – Former ‘Reno 911’ star
- Buzz Aldrin – Moon walking legend
Some might call it unfair with an Olympic gold medalist figure skater and a pussycat doll up against senior citizen Buzz Aldrin. But it all seems to work itself out when the competition starts. And when does it start? “Dancing with the Stars” Season 10 will premiere on March 22 on ABC.
On a personal note, “Dancing with the Stars” professional dancer and two-time champion, Cheryl Burke, has used her fame to teach others the art of dancing with her own Cheryl Burke Dance studios across California. I was able to personally experience one of her adult classes and it is truly an amazing workout… plus it is a whole lot of fun! Check out her Web site for Cheryl Burke Dance studios at www.cherylburkedance.com.
About “Dancing with the Stars”: “Dancing with the Stars” has become a global craze for televised reality competitions. It also allows B-listed celebrities to gain publicity and runs two seasons per year. It is aired on ABC (American Broadcasting Company) in the United States but was originally started as “Strictly Come Dancing” in the United Kingdom. It is part of BBC Worldwide’s international Dancing with the Stars franchise and in America “Dancing with Stars” is hosted by Emmy Award-winning game show host and TV personality, Tom Bergeron and former E! reporter, Samantha Harris, according to Wikipedia.