Some rumored contestants for Season 14 included "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert, larger-than-life "The View" co-host, Sherri Shepherd and Jack Wagner, Heather Locklear's ex. All three were confirmed by TMZ last week.
Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw's casting was outed by One Republic singer Ryan Tedder, who told The Hollywood Reporter, "Gavin DeGraw is doing 'Dancing With the Stars.' I just heard."
Here's the full list of Season 14's celebrity contestants:
Jack Wagner, star of "Melrose Place" (pro partner: Anna Trebunskaya)
Melissa Gilbert, star of "Little House on the Prairie" (pro partner: Maksim Chmerkovskiy)
Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers all-time leading receiver (pro partner: Peta Murgatroyd)
William Levy, telenovela star (pro partner: Cheryl Burke)
Sherri Shepherd, co-host of "The View" (pro partner: Valentin Chmerkovskiy)
Katherine Jenkins, opera star (pro partner: Mark Ballas)
Gavin DeGraw, singer (pro partner: Karina Smirnoff)
Martina Navratilova, tennis star (pro partner: Tony Dovolani)
Roshon Fegan, Disney star (pro partner: Chelsie Hightower)
Maria Menounos, TV host (pro partner: Derek Hough)
Jaleel White, URKEL! Star of "Family Matters" (pro partner: Kym Johnson)
Gladys Knight, music legend (pro partner: (pro partner: Tristan MacManus)
To celebrate the reveal of the "DWTS" Season 14 cast, HuffPost TV put together the slideshow below to help you get to know the new cast. "Dancing With the Stars" Season 14 premieres March 19 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.
The former "Melrose Place" star will be dancing with Anna Trebunskaya.
Maks is back! This legendary child star of "Little House on the Prairie" will be dancing with the feisty Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
The man who's dominated on the field -- Green Bay Packer Driver is the all-time leading receiver -- will take on the ballroom with Peta Murgatroyd.
The telenovela star, who appeared alongside J. Lo in next to nothing for her "I'm Into You" music video, has been paired with Cheryl Burke.
The fiery co-host of "The View" will be competing with the less problematic Chmerkovskiy, Valentin.
The young opera singer couldn't make the announcement, but she'll be there live Mar. 19, dancing with Mark Ballas.
Last year's winner, Karina Smirnoff is moving on from J.R. Martinez to singer Gavin DeGraw. The question remains: Will he wear hats every episode?
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova will be taking the floor with Tony Dovolani.
As a member of Disney Channel's dancing-centric series "Shake It Up!," Roshon Fegan should be a frontrunner, especially with professional partner Chelsie Hightower by his side.
Longtime TV host Maria Menounos' partner, Derek Hough, has already discovered her embarrassing nervous laugh, which Tom Burgeron noted, sounds like something Pixar came up with.
Though we were used to seeing the infamous Steve Urkel dork up his dance moves on "Family Matters," his appearance in Cee Lo Green's "Cry Baby" video showed that actor Jaleel White has got some serious rhythm. But we'll see how he stacks up after professional dancer Kym Johnson gets some practice time with him.
The most iconic -- and oldest -- celebrity to join this year's "Dancing with the Stars" cast, singing legend Gladys Knight will partner with Tristan MacManus.