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New "Dancing With the Stars" Cast Announced

jseymour.jpgWho would have thought? Not only is "Dancing With the Stars" a ratings phenomenon, but it's apparently a heavily-sought-after gig by some semi-decent celebrities. ABC just announced the Season 5 cast. Here's who will be stomping their way across your TV each week...

• Mark Cuban: Super billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks.
• Melanie Brown: Former Spice girl and Eddie Murphy's baby mama.
• Jennie Garth: Former 90210-er -- can she out-tango her former castmate Ian Ziering?
• Josie Maran: Hottie supermodel and inspiration for a character in the "Need for Speed: Most Wanted" video game.
• Sabrina Bryan: "BYou" songstress and queen of Disney's "Cheetah Girls."
• Floyd Mayweather, Jr.: The former boxing champ and Floyd Mayweather that was not a convicted felon.
• Wayne Newton: Entertainer and Mr. Las Vegas.
• Helio Castroneves: Indy 500 champ, also nicknamed "Spider-Man."
• Cameron Mathison: "All My Children" hunk and host of SoapNet's "I Wanna Be a Soap Star."
• Marie Osmond: The little-bit-country half of the Osmond clan.
• Jane Seymour: Former Dr. Quinn and super MILF from "Wedding Crashers."
• Albert Reed: Abercrombie & Fitch pretty boy.

Place your bets. The fifth season of "Dancing With the Stars" kicks up its heels on Monday, September 24 on ABC. -- Rachel Cericola

Photo: © 2005 New Line Cinema

Posted by Rachel Cericola on August 29, 2007 11:10 AM
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