Dancing with the Stars Season 28- The Line Up
by: Natalie Gard
On Good Morning America, this morning, the line up of stars was announced as to who will be dancing for the Mirror Ball trophy on ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars! This is one of the longest running live shows on ABC, coming up on their 28th season, set to air September 16th at 8 PM ET. Returning to the dance floor as pros, Val Chmerkovskiy, Peta Murgatroyd, Gleb Savchenko, Jenna Johnson, Cheryl Burke, Emma Slater, Sasha Farber, Lindsay Arnold, Keo Motsepe, Witney Carson, Alan Bersten, Brandon Armstrong, Pasha Pashkov and Daniella Karagach. As for the stars..
Ally Broke 26, is a singer best known as part of Fifth Harmony, the girl group formed in 2012 on The X Factor. The group went on hiatus in 2018 to pursue solo projects.
Model Christie Brinkley, 65, rose to fame in the 1970s, appearing on three consecutive covers of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues. She was the face of CoverGirl for 25 years and is one of the most influential models of all time.
Former beauty pageant queen Hannah Brown 24, was the season 15 Bachelorette.
Best known for his role as Dawson Leery in Dawson’s Creek, James Van Der Beek42, is now a father of five and has starred in Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23, What Would Diplo Do? and Pose.
While Karamo Brown, 38, got his start on The Real World: Philadelphiain 2004, he is now the culture expert on Netflix’s Queer Eye.
Kate Flannery, 55, is best known for her role as Meredith on The Office.
Now 40, Kel Mitchell is most recognized from his roles as a teen on Kenan & Kel and All That. He is now an executive producer on the new All That.
Former NBA pro Lamar Odom, 39, appeared on multiple E! reality series when he was married to Khloe Kardashian from 2009-2016.
Country singer Lauren Alaina, 24, came in second place on season 10 of American Idol.
Mary Wilson, 75, is a founding member of The Supremes.
Ray Lewis, 44, is a former NFL linebacker who retired after the 2012 season.
In 2017, Sean Spicer, 47, served as the 28th White House Press Secretary under President Donald Trump. He resigned from the position in July 2017 after seven months.