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See which celebs will be hitting the parquet to battle for the Mirrorball

Shaun Harrison
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Bristol Palin

Daughter to former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Bristol's been in the limelight thanks to ex-fiance and father of her child, Levi Johnston.
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Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino

Jersey Shore's resident ab-man, The Situation is one of the only castmembers who hasn't ended up in trouble with the law. He's also appears to be the wealthiest.
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Jennifer Grey

Will her Dirty Dancing past offer a leg up on the competition? Perhaps. It's still tough to recognize post-nose job Grey as the same Baby, wrongly put in a corner so many years ago.
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Margaret Cho

The Korean-American comedian hit it big on the stand-up circuit, leading to her own ABC sitcom, All American Girl, in 1994. She now co-stars on Drop Dead Diva.
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David Hasselhoff

From Baywatch to America's Got Talent to those infamous cheeseburgers on the floor, the Hoff is everywhere.
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Brandy

Can the R&B singer, still best known for the hit duet "The Boy is Mine," handle the heat? Now a reality show contestant, Brandy was previously a judge on America's Got Talent.
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Michael Bolton

But can he dance? Nicollette Sheridan's former fiancé and power balladeer will have to woo the crowds in silence.
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Kurt Warner

This season's resident jock, Warner is a former NFL quarterback now retired. Our guess? He'll fumble around and the crowd will eat it up.
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Rick Fox

Who needs the Lakers? Fox has been jumping from one guest-starring gig to another (and on shows ranging from One Tree Hill to Ugly Betty to Party Down). Why not throw a reality show on the resume?
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Audrina Patridge

Otherwise known as Justin Bobby's chew toy, Patridge will be doing her best to keep up. We never actually saw her dance at Le Deux on The Hills, did we?
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Florence Henderson

Let's just hope the former Mrs. Brady, who is now 76, is better than Cloris Leachman.
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Kyle Massey

The young That's So Raven actor will have a tough time out-lasting his better-known competitors. The tween vote doesn't really apply to Dancing in the same way it does to American Idol.