This is an all-champ pairing. Lindsay Arnold won Dancing last season with Jordan Fisher, while Kareem Abdul-Jabbar won six NBA championships as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers.
Controversial '90s figure skating icon, Tonya Harding's post-I, Tonya redemption tour continues on Dancing with partner Sasha Farber.
Pyeongchang bronze medalist Adam Rippon -- who was the first openly gay U.S. male athlete in the Winter Olympics -- is paired with relative newcomer dance pro Jenna Johnson.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Jamie Anderson will dance with Artem Chignetsev. Fun fact: in Season 24 Chigvintsev was partnered with Nancy Kerrigan, so him not being paired with Tonya Harding is probably intentional.
Two-time World Series champ Johnny Damon is paired with Season 24 winner Emma Slater.
NFL cornerback Josh Norman currently plays for the Washington Redskins. He's paired with two-time runner-up Sharna Burgess.
Finch, an Olympic gold medal winner and the most famous softball player of all time, will dance with Keo Motsepe.
2018 Olympic bronze medalist figure skater Mirai Nagasu is paired with dance pro Alan Bersten. Nagasu is close friends with fellow contestant and skater Adam Rippon, so expect lots of cute moments between the two, even if they are now each other's competition.
Chris Mazdzer is the only American to ever medal in Olympic men's single luge, taking home the silver from Pyeongchang. He'll be looking to add a Mirrorball Trophy to his collection with Season 19 winner Witney Carson.
Reigning NCAA basketball champion from Notre Dame Arike Ogunbowale -- who hit game-winning shots in her team's Final Four and championship games -- will be dancing with Gleb Savchenko.