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Debbie Gibson and Nick Lachey Are Heading To Dancing With The Stars

by on September 8, 2017

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Three music stars are set to compete on season 25 of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars.

The venerable ballroom and latin dancing competition show that pairs celebrities with professional dancers announced the dancing pairs for their new season which begins Monday, September 18.

80’s darling Debbie Gibson is paired with troupe member Alan Bersten who famously filled in last year for Maxim Chmerkovsky after he sustained a calf injury.

Nick Lachey is not the first member of 98 Degrees to appear on the show. His brother and bandmate Drew Lachey won the second season back in the spring of 2006, dancing with Cheryl Burke. Nick is slated to partner with Peta Murgatroyd while his wife, Vanessa, is also competing with Peta’s husband Maks Chmerkovskiy.

On the modern front, internet sensation and best selling violinist Lindsey Sterling will dance with Mark Balas who took the last two seasons off.

The other contestants:
Drew Scott (Property Brothers) with Emma Slater
Sasha Pieterse (Pretty Little Liars) and Gleb Savchenko
Barbara Corcoran (Shark Tank) and Keo Motsepe
Derek Fisher (NBA) and Sharna Burgess
Victoria Arlen (ESPN) and Val Chmerkovskiy
Jordan Fisher (Hamilton) and Lindsay Arnold
Nikki Bella (WWE) and Artem Chigvintsev
Terrell Owens (NFL) and Cheryl Burke
Frankie Muniz (Malcolm in the Middle) and Witney Carson
Musical artists who have appeared on Dancing With the Stars:
Joey McIntyre (New Kids on the Block) (Season 1)
Master P (2)
Drew Lachey (98 Degrees) (2 & 15)
Willa Ford (3)
Sara Evans (3)
Billy Ray Cyrus (4)
Joey Fatone (NSYNC) (4 & 15)
Wayne Newton (5)
Sabrina Bryan (Cheetah Girls) (5)
Marie Osmond (5)
Mel B (Spice Girls) (5)
Priscilla Presley (6)
Mario (6)
Toni Braxton (7)
Lance Bass (NSYNC) (7)
Belinda Carlisle (Go-Go’s) (8)
Chuck Wicks (8)
Lil’ Kim (8)
Macy Gray (9)
Aaron Carter (9)
Donny Osmond (9)
Nicole Scherzinger (Pussycat Dolls) (10)
David Hasselhoff (11)
Michael Bolton (11)
Brandy (11)
Romeo (12)
Chynna Phillips (Wilson Phillips) (13)
Jack Wagner (14)
Gavin DeGraw (14)
Gladys Knight (14)
Katherine Jenkins (14)
Wynonna Judd (16)
Kellie Pickler (16)
Christina Milian (17)
Cody Simpson (18)
James Maslow (Big Time Rush) (18)
Tommy Chong (19)
Redfoo (LMFAO) (20)
Patti LaBelle (20)
Riker Lynch (R5) (20)
Chaka Khan (21)
Andy Grammer (21)
Tamar Braxton (21)
Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys) (21)
Wanya Morris (Boyz II Men) (22)
Babyface (23)
Vanilla Ice (23)
Jana Kramer (23)
Charo (24)
Erika Jayne (24)
Normani Kordei (Fifth Harmony) (24)
Debbie Gibson (25)
Nick Lachey (98 Degrees) (25)
Lindsey Sterling (25)



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