Dancing With The Stars: Ray Lewis, Christie Brinkley, and… Sean Spicer?!

'Dancing with the Stars' cast announced: Christie Brinkley, 'Bachelorette' Hannah B., Sean Spicer and more ...

'Dancing with the Stars' Fall 2019 cast: Lamar Odom, Sean Spicer and more

For the first time in almost a year, ABC's Dancing with the Stars hit Good Morning America to reveal all of its celebrities and pro dancers who are heading to Season 28 in September.

The full celebrity cast was revealed on Good Morning America on Wednesday, with the former National Basketball Association star and Spicer, U.S. President Donald Trump's ex-Press Secretary, both due to show off their dancing skills. The long-running series skipped its typical spring season this year, so it will end a year-long hiatus when the show returns September 16.

In his tweet, Mr Bergeron said he had hoped this show would "be a joyful respite from our exhausting political climate and free of inevitably divisive bookings from ANY party affiliations".

Fed officials widely divided on rates at July meeting
The chairman is trying to sustain a record USA economic expansion at a time when uncertainty over Trump's trade policy is weighing on global growth. "WHERE IS THE FEDERAL RESERVE?" he tweeted.

The full cast was revealed by ABC on Wednesday. I left lunch convinced we were in agreement.

But it was the casting of Spicer that compelled Tom Bergeron, the show's genial host since its debut in 2005, to speak out and publicly distance himself from the decision.

For the first time ever, viewers will have to tune in to the season premiere to find out who their favorite professional dancers are paired with.

Ilhan Omar blasts Israel, suggests U.S. reconsider giving financial aid
Tlaib made the initial request - which Israel approved - but later publicly turned it down. On Tuesday, President Trump said he doubted her sincerity during that news conference.

Bergeron allowed that it was the prerogative of the series' producers to make decisions based on what "they feel are the long term interests of the franchise".

Sean Spicer has been announced as a contestant on Dancing With The Stars, two years after he reportedly turned down an offer, but host Tom Bergeron hinted that his participation may not be welcome.

Spicer - who has spoken about the moments he "screwed up" during his White House stint - was also called out by reporter Katie Pavlich for denying he'd do the show during a 2018 interview.

Pogba visé par des insultes racistes, Manchester United condamne — Premier League
Pour rappel, Chlesea avait banni six de ses supporters pour un comportement identique envers Sterling. Nous encourageons les entreprises de médias sociaux à prendre des mesures dans ces cas-là.

Spicer will be joined on the ABC show by another Irish-American contestant, actress Kate Flannery - best known for her role as Meredith in The Office.

Latest News