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‘Dancing with the Stars' cast rumors Nene Leakes, Candace Cameron, who else?

‘Dancing with the Stars' cast rumors Nene Leakes, Candace Cameron, who else?
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The official cast announcement for season 18 of “Dancing with the Stars” is just days away and cast rumors are beginning to flow, the latest being that Nene Leakes and Candace Cameron will be strapping on dancing shoes. According to a Feb. 25 report by USA Today, these are just the latest rumors and more are expected in the next few days.

Last month we got word that Bruce Jenner had thrown in hat in the ring, following in the footsteps of step kids Kim and Rob Kardashian. Other possibilities include Sharon Osbourne who would be trailing after her own youngsters, Kelly and Jack.

Australian singer, 17 year old Cody Simpson recently admitted he’d been made an offer to appear but has been mum on whether or not he accepted.

ESPN analyst Stuart Scott would tug at inspirational heartstrings since he’s been battling a rare form of cancer since 2007.

Carla Hall, co-host on “The Chew”, NFL stars Tim Tebow and Ray Lewis and some say “The Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis are also in contention.

With the cast announcement coming March 4 and the premiere scheduled for March 17, more cast rumors are sure to fly. “Glee” and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Nene Leakes and “Full House” alum Candace Cameron Bure are just the latest. However, even though ABC refuses to confirm or deny their participation, E! claims to have multiple sources who confirm it.

Who else would you like to see appear in the cast of season 18 of “Dancing with the Stars”?

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