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Dancing With The Stars Season 12

Here is the final list for Season 12 of Dancing With The Stars

Kirstie Alley: Television star who earned seven Golden Globe and eight Emmy nominations, winning one Golden Globe, two Emmys and three People’s Choice Awards. She co-wrote and starred in Showtime’s critically acclaimed comedy “Fat Actress.”

Chris Jericho: A six-time WWE world champion, two- time New York Times best-selling author, lead singer of the rock band Fozzy and host of the ABC game show “Downfall."

Sugar Ray Leonard: Boxing legend and host and mentor for the first three seasons of the series “Contender” on NBC and ESPN.

Ralph Macchio: Actor, writer, director and producer who first gained world recognition for playing the title role in the popular classic “The Karate Kid.” 

Romeo Miller: The son of businessman and music mogul Percy Miller (Master P), Romeo has sold over 10 million records as a multi-platinum music artist.

Chelsea Kane: She currently stars in the web series “The Homes” on She is also the voice of Bea in Disney Channel’s animated comedy series, “Fish Hooks."

Petra Nemcova: Born and raised in Karvina, in the Czech Republic, the model suffered a broken pelvis and severe internal injuries while on vacation in Thailand during the devastating 2004 Tsunami. After her recovery, she created the “Happy Hearts Fund” (

Hines Ward:
A four-time Pro Bowler, three-time Super Bowl participant, two-time Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl XL MVP, Ward is a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Kendra Wilkinson: The former "Girls Next Door" star is best known from her self-titled E! hit reality series, “Kendra.”

Wendy Williams:
National talk show host of her daily, syndicated program, “The Wendy Williams Show.” 

"Psycho" Mike Catherwood: Regular on the “Kevin & Bean Morning Show”; co-host of Loveline Radio (Westwood One) with Dr. Drew Pinsky.

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