On Feb. 26 MSN reported that the season 16 cast of "Dancing with the Stars" had been announced. The show has had some criticism in recent years for being too "boring" and ratings are not what they once were.
The upcoming season's cast includes:
"Wynonna Judd, five-time Grammy-winning country star (with Tony Dovolani)
D.L. Hughley, comedian and actor (with Cheryl Burke)
Jacoby Jones, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver (with Karina Smirnoff)
Lisa Vanderpump, star of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and "Vanderpump Rules" (with Gleb Savchenko)
Andy Dick, actor and comedian (with Sharna Burgess)
Victor Ortiz, former WBC Welterweight Champion (with "So You Think You Can Dance" finalist Lindsay Arnold)
Zendaya Coleman, Disney Channel star (with Val Chmerkovskiy)
Aly Raisman, Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics (with Mark Ballas)
Ingo Rademacher, "General Hospital" star (with Kym Johnson)
Kellie Pickler, country music star and former "American Idol" contestant (with Derek Hough)
Dorothy Hamill, Olympic gold medalist in figure skating (with Tristan MacManus)"
Some notable names are missing from the professional side of the cast, among them Maksim Chmerkovskiy who recently announced that he was "eager to explore other opportunities."
"Dancing with the Stars" begins its latest season on ABC March 18 at 8 p.m. ET.