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'Dancing With the Stars' Season 18 rumors: NeNe Leakes and Bruce Jenner cast?

NeNe Leakes
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The upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars” has stirred up a lot of conversation. Season 18 will begin shortly and fans are waiting for the official cast announcement. Rumors have been swirling for weeks regarding which celebrities will be on the dance floor. According to a Feb. 28 report from Christian Post, NeNe Leakes, Shay Mitchell, and Bruce Jenner have been tossed around as possible dancers. There have been several change-ups since Season 17, and fans are wondering if those will affect the participants this season.

Obviously Bruce Jenner is a likely choice. He is famous for being in the Olympics and for being married to “momager” Kris Jenner. Since he has split up with Kris Jenner, Bruce has been doing new things to occupy his time. Perhaps this is just what he needs to keep his mind off of all the rumors regarding his appearance. Shay Mitchell plays Emily on “Pretty Little Liars.” She is in a relationship with Paige that fans loving call “Paily.” Mitchell is currently not filming for “Pretty Little Liars,” so this is a real possibility. The show has a huge following and she has potential to win the entire competition. Lastly, NeNe Leakes of “The Real Houswives of Atlanta” is always up for a challenge. She has appeared on various daytime television talk shows as well as doing other projects. After tweeting a cryptic message, fans assumed she was participating in this season of “Dancing With the Stars.”

The official cast announcement for “Dancing With the Stars” is set for March 4 and will take place during “Good Morning America” on ABC. Fans can expect the announcement to come anywhere from 7 a.m. To 9 a.m. CST. Will Bruce Jenner, Shay Mitchell, or NeNe Leakes be cast? Tune in to “GMA” to find out.

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