Dancing with the Stars: Meet Season 14's Contestants
Did he do that? The Family Matters star, 35, can surely jig with the best of them, having done on the hit sitcom back in the '90s and appeared in Cee Lo Green's "Cry Baby" music video just last year.
Long before starring on Melrose Place, the 52-year-old star topped the adult-contemporary charts and performed in West Side Story in the late '80s. To top it all off, the music lover sang on a 2005 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful.
If you believe dancing the samba's just another form of mixed doubles, then the Czech-born tennis legend, 55, should be a shoo-in, considering her fancy footwork on the court. And she's no stranger to TV competitions, having come in second on the 2008 season of the U.K.'s I'm a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!
Even sans Pips, the Motown great is a formidable opponent on any stage and has the added comfort of knowing that, should she not make it to the final round, she has plenty of famous pals to give her solace. After all, "That's What Friends Are For."
The Cuban-born model-turned-actor and People en Español Sexiest Man of 2011, 31, was the object of Jennifer Lopez's desire in her , in which he smoldered on as J.Lo shook her famous tush.
This season's fancy-footed footballer is none other than the Green Bay Packers wide receiver, 37, who has been known to shake his moneymaker after a touchdown or successful play.
"Dancin' Shoes" may be the title of one of Degraw's songs, but the pop singer, 35, is used to dance-themed reality shows: His tunes are regularly choreographed for other hoofin' contestants on So You Think You Can Dance?
The Disney Channel star, 20, counts rapping and dancing among his life's passions – and being on a show about backup dancers definitely gives the young star an advantage in the ballroom. He's showed off moves worthy of the King of Pop himself during an interview on the set of Shake It Up.