"Dancing with the Stars" Season 24 premieres on ABC on March 20. Fans are waiting to see the new cast that includes some favorite celebrities. Some of them are older stars of the past as well as some stars in recent history. However, one star has been rumored to have an unfair advantage over the others because she used to be one of Beyoncé's backup dancers.

Heather Morris

Heather Morris is partnered with one-time champion pro dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy. The former professional dancer was hired to teach the "Glee" cast members to dance to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies." Now she is going to be taught by her partner to perform several ballroom dances.

The 30-year-old actress, singer and model doesn't think she has an advantage over her competitors. She states that even though she has had some dance experience, it was not the same type that is required for the ballroom dancing she will be doing. She added that her background prepared her for dancing in front of large crowds, but she is a little nervous about dancing on live television and to have viewers vote on her performances.

What does Maks think?

When Maks was asked if he thought Heather has an unfair advantage, he said he'll take whatever he can get. As usual, Maks intends to work hard and be very competitive. This is the first season in a long time that he is competing against his fiancée, Peta Murgatroyd and his younger brother who is the reigning champion.

Val Chmerkovskiy won Season 23 with gold medalist gymnast Laurie Hernandez.

Cast of 'DWTS'

Whether Heather Morris has an advantage or not, she still has to put in the time and energy when she goes up against some stiff competition that includes Nancy Kerrigan, Simone Biles, Mr. T, Charo, Nick Viall, and Erika Jayne. They have been pegged as favorites for the upcoming season.

Others contestants who could also do well include David Ross, Rashad Jennings, Chris Kattan, Bonner Bolton, and Normani Kordei.

The thing to keep in mind is that no matter how good a dancer turns out to be, it depends on judges' scores and viewers' votes. Over the years, some of the best dancers just didn't have a fan base to vote for them each week.

Watch "Dancing With The Stars" when the new season starts on March 20. If you have a favorite, remember to vote.