Cast of Dancing with the Stars
The famous dance-competition show Dancing with the Stars has seen more than a dozen seasons and a gamut of stars, including Apolo Anton Ohno, Kirstie Alley, Joey Fatone, Jennifer Grey, David Hasselhoff, Buzz Aldrin, Brandy, Wynonna Judd, Dorothy Hamill, D.L. Hughley, Mýa, Jacoby Jones, Ingo Rademacher and Aly Raisman. Learn more about the show's contestants, who, for a period, swapped their skills as athletes, actors, musicians, comedians, TV personalities and politicians for a chance to show off their footwork on national TV.
Cast of Season 16
Meet some of the newest cast members of Dancing with the Stars, including Leah Remini, Bill Nye, Valerie Harper, Jack Osbourne, Elizabeth Berkley and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
Reality Television Star / 1987 -
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is a reality television star and author who is known for her wild behavior and unique fashion sense. She is known as one of the stars of Jersey Shore, and has competed on Dancing with the Stars.
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profile name: Leah Remini profile occupation: Television Actress
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profile name: Jack Osbourne profile occupation: Reality Television Star
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profile name: Valerie Harper profile occupation: Actress
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profile name: Bill Nye profile occupation: Engineer, Television Personality
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profile name: Elizabeth Berkley profile occupation: Actress
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profile name: Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi profile occupation: Reality Television Star
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