The 'Rumors Are True': 'Honey I'm Good' Singer Andy Grammer Joins 'Dancing with the Stars'

Andy Grammer is the latest celebrity to announce he'll compete on Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars

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It’s official: “Honey, I’m Good” crooner Andy Grammer will compete on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars.

The exciting news was announced through the popular celebrity dancing competition’s official Twitter account Monday.

“What’s up guys, Andy Grammer here,” the 31-year-old said in a video shared with the tweet. “The rumors are true – I’m doing Dancing With the Stars. Check me out on Sept. 14.”

Grammer, who’s also behind the hits “Fine by Me” and “Keep Your Head Up,” spoke about joining the reality show during an On Air with Ryan Seacrest interview on Monday.

“I’ve had one meeting so far with my partner, who apparently got hurt, which is a super bummer,” Grammer told Ryan Seacrest. “So I have to get another partner, which is terrible. I really liked her! Her name is Peta Murgatroyd. I can kind of move and be on beat, but I was telling her, everything she wanted me to do was like Gaston from Beauty and the Beast.”

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Grammer, who recently released a new single called “Good to Be Alive,” will compete against stars like Nick Carter, Bindi Irwin and Victor Espinoza on the show.

Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars premieres Sept. 14 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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