With just two days remaining before the "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 lineup is formally revealed during the March 1 edition of ABC's "Good Morning America," a number of reports by an array of outlets have spilled much of the alleged celebrity cast. Here's a look at the 11 stars --including a bona fide professional dancer-- who will supposedly waltz, tango, samba, and foxtrot for the "DWTS" season 24 Mirrorball Trophy.

'DWTS' 2017 lineup: Stars from the sporting world

According to rumors, at least four celebrities representing the world of sports will shake it for America's votes during season 24.

Included in the mix are Olympic quadruple gold medalist Simone Biles, two-time Olympic figure skating medalist Nancy Kerrigan, former New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings, and professional bull rider turned model Bonner Bolton. Interestingly, like season 23 runner-up James Hinchcliffe, the 29-year old Bonner will bring his story of a near-death experience to the "Dancing with the Stars" ballroom.

The reality TV alums

Since the series typically features alums of other reality shows, it's not surprising that the "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 lineup will feature at least three hopefuls with connections to the genre. Contestants in this category include Normani Kordei, whose group Fifth Harmony was formed during her stint on "The X Factor"; "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne; and "The Bachelor" 2017 Nick Viall.

And finally, the actor squad

Finally, the last four names dropped to date belong to a quartet of actors. Included are TV icons Mr. T and Charo, "Saturday Night Live" alum Chris Kattan, and "Glee" actress Heather Morris. The latter is perhaps the most controversial name in the mix, given that her resume boasts extensive dance experience, including stints as a contestant on "So You Think You Can Dance" and as a back-up dancer for Beyonce.

There's "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 lineup partnership info on the table, too. According to fan site PureDWTS, Kordei will work with reigning "DWTS" pro champion Valentin Chmerkovskiy, and Morris will dance alongside Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who announced his return to the series last week despite previously telling Us Weekly (Oct.

14, 2016) that "there's no money on the planet that can replace me missing out the three, four, five months of my baby's life". His son with fiancee Peta Murgatroyd was born in January.

To see if the rumors translate into reality, watch "GMA" on Wednesday to catch the formal "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 lineup reveal.