The cast also includes rapper Vanilla Ice, former presidential candidate Rick Perry, Maureen McCormick, known best for her role as Marcia on The Brady Bunch, and singer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
The new season of Dancing With the Stars will premiere on Monday, September 12. Armed security guards intervened and demanded the swimmers pay for the damage. According to the American swimmers, the guards had guns pulled but the Rio authorities say that is untrue. "There was no damage to the bathroom".
However, the group faced an angry backlash after police accused Lochte of fabricating the story to cover up vandalising a petrol station toilet. What the f*ck is wrong with you?' I'm not one of these convenient a** b*tches. He also hinted that he is retiring from competitive swimming as he said that he will trade his Speedo for dancing shoes and head into the ballroom with the idea of winning. This is good news for Lochte, as Burke was the first female professional to win on Dancing With the Stars. But he's back for season 23 and is denying any of that is true.
"I'm dedicated to doing everything I can to help build awareness for improving the lives of our nation's veterans, and I'm going to use Dancing With the Stars as a stage - literally and figuratively - to do that". For more "DWTS" season 23 updates, check out Parent Herald.
The other cast members for the series' 23rd season introduced Tuesday on "Good Morning America" were model turned actress and talk show host Amber Rose; actor Jake T. Austin; actress Marilu Henner; reality television personality Terra Jole; and race auto driver James Hinchcliffe.