Dancing with the Stars: Meet the Season 20 Contestants and Their Partners
Partner: Mark Ballas
Best known for her role as Primrose Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise, Shields is surely out to prove that age ain't nothing but a number. "I'm the youngest contestant to be on DWTS ever!!! You better be ready to vote," she wrote on Instagram.
Partner: Tony Dovolani
Who needs a Thigh Master when you've got Tony teaching you dance moves? It's extremely likely that the 68-year-old Three's Company actress, health advocate and author of 13 New York Times best sellers will be a friendly face to be reckoned with on the dance floor.
Partner: Val Chmerkovskiy
Willis is more than just the offspring of Hollywood royalty (her parents are Bruce Willis and Demi Moore). She's a busy screen, TV and stage actress and a singer, who is currently working on her debut album with music producer Linda Perry. But can she dance? There's only one way to find out.
Partner: Keo Motsepe
Just like she did in her steamy Super Bowl ad for fast food chain Carls Jr., the buxom blonde is bound to turn heads in the ballroom. She's also ready to score big at the box office, with a role in this summer's Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser.
Partner: Allison Holker
Prepare to be impressed by the former Glee star, who started performing at age 3 and is a cousin of the Houghs, according to E! News. He is currently a singer and bassist in the group R5, along with his siblings Rydel, Rocky and Ross Lynch and best friend Ellington Ratliff.
Partner: Derek Hough
Dancing with the Stars is like an internship for the Olympic gold medalist, who is now a junior and full-time student at New York University, where she studies sports management. Consider managing Hough's muscles a pop quiz!
Partner: Artem Chigvintsev
Chances are high that the powerhouse singer will cut a rug to her own epic songs, like "Lady Marmalade." Is there a Christina Aguilera guest spot in our future?
Partner: Kym Johnson
He's been called the "nice" shark on ABC's Shark Tank – so, could this nice guy finish last? If his business savvy is any indication – he grew his cybersecurity business from $400,000 in sales 12 years ago to $140 million in sales worldwide, according to his ABC bio – he could be a sharp competitor.
Partner: Sharna Burgess
After losing an arm and a leg in a 2005 Improvised Explosive Device attack in Iraq, the army veteran was withdrawn, out of shape and depressed, according to his ABC bio. Now a personal trainer and motivational speaker, he's ready to be an inspiration. "No excuses! I am excited to represent millions of veterans and to show my kids that they can do anything," he told Men's Health.