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"Dancing With the Stars" Is Dancing to the Oldies!

Yay, "Dancing With the Stars" is seeming to shape up amazingly well for season 23. So far, we have Ryan Lochte, reality star Terra Jole, and "The Brady Bunch" star Maureen McCormick apparently on board to compete for the mirror ball. Now, we have learned that brother and sister phenoms Julianne and Derek Hough will be returning, as well. Julianne will take back her spot as a judge, critiquing her bro's dance moves weekly! The duo went on tour together, showing off their amazing dancing abilities and why they have become fan favorites. 

Julianne has also been focusing on her acting/singing career as she appeared in the critically acclaimed "Grease Live!" and widely panned remake of "Footloose." She is also getting ready to walk down  the aisle. Brother Derek, had taken a brief hiatus after winning with Bindi Irwin, his sixth win to date. Maksim Chmerkovskiy is also returning after four seasons away. His fiancee, pro Peta Murgatroyd, will take this season off as she is expecting their first child together. We are so excited to see the Hough's back on DWTS and to see who they will be paired with. The entire cast will be revealed on GMA next Tuesday, August 30th so get ready!


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