"Dancing with the Stars," Season 24, premieres on Monday, March 20 on ABC. Twelve celebrities from different areas want to win the prestigious contest. The casting of this year presents a very interesting diversity that will make the show even more exciting than what it already is. There are artists, athletes, and reality stars. Artists like Chris Kattan, 46, a comedian from "SNL," will try to show his gifts for the dance. Heather Morris, 30, an actress from "Glee," wants everyone to see what a good dancer she is. Normani Kordei, 20, a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, will attract the teen audience to "DWTS."


David Ross, 39, will be the first baseball player to compete in this show.

Rashard Jennings, 32, wants to differentiate himself from the other NFL players who already participated in the contest. Nancy Kerrigan, 47, a former figure skater, who wants to be as popular as when she competed professionally. Simone Biles, 20, the artistic gymnast who now seeks to be an inspiration in dance as she was in the Olympic games. Athletes are accustomed to leading a disciplined life, so they will learn to dance easily.

Reality stars

It is said that reality stars have no talent to justify such fame, so celebrities who will participate in this show will try to prove otherwise. Nick Viall, 36, from "The Bachelor" and Erika Jayne, 45, from "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" will do their best to make a good impression.

"DWTS" is a very success show that generates opinions of all kinds and also makes famous people who were hardly known before participating in the contest. Their lives change forever, for better o for worse, depending on their attitude.

Three special celebrities do not have a well-defined profession: Charo, 65, a Spanish comedian and flamenco guitarist.

Bonner Bolton, 29, a former bull rider and model. Mr. T, 64, a retired professional wrestler and actor, who became famous for working on the movie "Rocky 3," and having starred in "The A-Team," an iconic television series of the '80s'.