Can't wait for the upcoming season of "Dancing With The Stars"? The Season 24 premiere is less than eight weeks away and Rob Wade, the show's executive producer, promises a spectacular premiere and a season filled with nostalgia. The March 20th "DWTS" premiere marks the 400th episode of ABC's ballroom dance competition and that means a big celebration is in store for fans, including a spectacular celebrity cast lineup and the return of some of your favorite pro dancers.

Although the official cast reveal on "Good Morning America" won't happen until late February or early March, there's already a buzz about several celebrities who may be polishing their dancing shoes and getting ready to compete for the 2017 Mirrorball trophy.

Rob Wade tells Glamour magazine that this season will be a big one so get ready for a star-studded cast that may or may not include some of the celebs listed below.

'DWTS' pros are dropping hints

In past seasons, some of the celebrities names were revealed prior to the formal announcement on "GMA" so fans should keep an eye on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat for details on the upcoming cast. Many of the pros — and even a judge or two — are already dropping hints on about the celebs who will be dancing this season.

Judge Carrie Anne Inaba would love to see Grammy Award-winning music artist Bruno Mars join the cast, but he's not the only star she is hoping to see in the ABC ballroom — Ne-Yo and Pitbull are also on her list.

Usher would be a top contender on the dance floor, but will rumors that the former "The Voice" star may be joining "DWTS" come true? It won't be long before fans find out for sure.

Billy Bush lost his job with the Today show after the controversial Trump tape made headlines, but Page Six reports that he may make a return to TV by joining "DWTS." Sounds far-fetched, but last season Ryan Lochte was considered a disgraced Olympian when he joined the cast did very well despite all his controversy surrounding his role in the vulgar “Trump tape” will have died down

Nick Viall's season of "The Bachelor" ends one week before the "Dancing with the Stars" premiere and his name keeps coming up as a potential cast member.

If his fourth shot at finding love doesn't work out, perhaps he will win a Mirrorball trophy instead.

Pro Emma Slater tweeted the names of three celebrities she'd love to partner with — "Storage Wars" star Barry Weiss, comedian Russell Brand, and Jonathan Scott from HGTV's Property Brothers. But there's a chance we could see another Property Brother star instead — Drew Scott tweeted that he was interested in dancing with Emma, so keep tabs on her Twitter account (@EmmaSlaterDance) to see if she leaks out any more hints.