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According to the report, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Nene Leakes and Full House star Candace Cameron Bure will both be cutting a rug when the 18th season of the dance competition debuts on March 17.
Yesterday it was announced that the season's exciting new cast will be revealed live, TUESDAY, MARCH 4 exclusively on "Good Morning America" (7:00-9:00 a.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
The competition begins with an all new cast of celebrities who will brave the dance floor for the very first time. Each week these celebrities will leave their comfort zones and endure hours of grueling rehearsals to master technical choreography and entertaining performances. In the end, only one star will rise above the rest to be crowned champion and win the coveted mirror-ball trophy.
Erin Andrews joins "Dancing with the Stars" as host alongside Emmy-Award Winner® Tom Bergeron for its 18th season premiering MONDAY, MARCH 17 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET). No stranger to the ballroom, Andrews competed on the 10th season of "Dancing with the Stars" making it all the way to the finals. Known for being a pioneer in sports broadcasting, Andrews's skills from the field are sure to be an asset in hosting a spirited dance competition. This season, the show also welcomes new Music Director and Composer Ray Chew to the ballroom. Continuing a tradition of live musical accompaniment, Chew's band will feature a new line-up of musicians and singers performing music ranging from the latest pop hits to the great standards of the past.