When the Dancing With The Stars 2016 cast is officially revealed tomorrow during Good Morning America, no surprises will be on the menu for fans, if sleuthing work done by an assortment of spoiler sources including PureDWTS, DWTSGossip, and Dance Network Correspondent Kristyn Burtt --and a handful of confirmed reports by entertainment news outlets-- are on the money. Here's a look at the 13 celebrities who have allegedly signed on to hoof it for the glittering prize on DWTS season 23, which begins Sept. 12 on ABC.

DWTS2016 lineup to feature two Rio Olympians

Although reigning gymnastics queen Simone Biles won't be headed to the ballroom just yet --she has her sights set on the spring 2017 season-- reports do peg one of her fellow Final Five teammates as a competitor. Laurie Hernandez, who earned a silver medal for her performance on the balance beam in Rio, is said to be set to compete alongside season 20 winner Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Also transitioning from Olympic mode to DWTS mode? Embattled gold medal-winning swimmer Ryan Lochte, who will allegedly look for redemption with the help of returning pro Cheryl Burke.

Hernandez and Lochte aren't the only athletes joining the Dancing with the Stars 2016 cast.

Others reportedly ready to samba their way toward dance greatness include NFL star Calvin Johnson, who's teamed up with Lindsay Arnold, and IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe, who will dance alongside season 21 runner-up Sharna Burgess.

Entertainers to seek the Mirrorball

The Dancing with the Stars2016lineup will also reportedly feature a spateof contestants from the entertainment world, including Grammy winner Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, who is matched up with So You Think You Can Dance alum turned season 20 runner-up Allison Holker; TV host and model Amber Rose, who will dance with Maksim Chmerkovskiy; The Brady Bunch alum Maureen McCormick, who is paired with Artem Chigvintsev; Disney actor Jake Austin, who will work with promoted DWTS troupe member Jenna Johnson; actress Marilu Henner, who will perform with Derek Hough; and Terra Jole, who stars in the reality series Little Women: LA.

Jole is reportedly set to dance with Sasha Farber.

With the Presidential election looming, it's logical that the DWTS 2016 cast would get political, and it looks like they're getting it done by casting former Texas governor Rick Perry, who will kick up his heels alongside Emma Slater.

The final two cast members have yet to be fully confirmed by sources, but are rumored to be a pair of musicians.

Supposedly ready to cha cha with pro Gleb Savchenko is singer and actress Jana Kramer, while Vanilla Ice is rumored to be working with season 19 winner Witney Carson.

The official Dancing with the Stars 2016 cast announcement will take place tomorrow morning on Good Morning America. Tune in to see if the super sleuths got the roster right.