Letting her feet do the talking! Amber Rose is heading to the ballroom to compete on Dancing With the Stars season 23, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
This will be a busy fall for the model and mom to 3-year-old Sebastian. Not only will Rose, 32, enter the fray on the long-running ABC competition series, but she recently launched her own late-night VH1 talk show, The Amber Rose Show.
Us exclusively revealed earlier this month that DWTS producers are eyeing Simone Biles to join the competition as well, as the Rio gymnastics hero tops the show’s Olympic wish list. Biles, 19, told Us that competing on the show “would be so cool,” as long as her busy schedule allows. Us also confirmed that embattled swimmer Ryan Lochte is participating in season 23.
ABC announced eight pros on August 23 who will be hitting the dance floor this season: Val Chmerkovskiy, Witney Carson, Sharna Burgess, Artem Chigvintsev, Lindsay Arnold, Allison Holker, Sasha Farber and Gleb Savchenko. Five more dance pros have yet to be announced.
Us exclusively revealed last week that Holker would be returning after taking season 22 off to have a baby with husband Stephen “tWitch” Boss.
The reigning Mirrorball Trophy winner is America’s Next Top Model alum Nyle DiMarco, who triumphed over UFC star Paige VanZant for the season 22 title. The full list of season 23 participants will be announced on Good Morning America on Tuesday, August 30.
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Dancing With the Stars season 23 premieres on ABC Monday, September 12, at 8 p.m. ET. The Amber Rose Show airs on VH1 Fridays at 11 p.m. ET.
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