The official celebrity cast for Season 24 of "Dancing with the Stars" was revealed on "Good Morning America" last Wednesday. Rumors had been swirling for a while, so not many people were surprised to find out who the 12 new couples are. What is surprising is that people have already made their predictions about who will win and who will be among the first to be eliminated. This is before anyone has set a foot on the ballroom floor.

Prediction about Mr. T

Mr. T, whose real name is Lawrence Tureaud, is 64 and one of the oldest men who ever competed.

However, Charo is 65, but older women tend to do better than older men.

The former "A-Team" star is partnered with Kym Johnson who hasn't been on the show since Season 20 when she was partnered with "Shark Tank" star Robert Herjavec. They were the seventh couple to be eliminated. They got married on July 31, 2016.

The retired wrestler is very recognizable and talks a lot of trash, but can he dance? While he is a blast from the past with his Mohawk, gold chains, and "I pity the fool" catchphrase, he might not get many votes from young viewers.

Not only is Mr. T. up in age, but so is his partner. Even though Kym Johnson is only 40, she is one of the oldest pros on the show. The two-time champion has the experience, but she has been out for three seasons.

Pros who take several season off and return never go far in the competition. For instance, when Edyta Sliwinska came back after being gone for 11 seasons, she was eliminated right away with Geraldo Rivera. Anna Trebunskaya came back after five seasons only to end up in 10th place with Gary Busey.

It was quite noticeable that the popular pros who returned last season were eliminated quite quickly.

Two-time champion Cheryl Burke had been absent three seasons. She and partner Ryan Lochte finished in seventh place.

Mr. T's competitors

Even if Kym Johnson can work a miracle with Mr. T and he does well, he has a lot of competition with younger and more talented celebrities, such as gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles and Beyoncé's backup dancer Heather Morris. Even 65-year-old Charo might last longer than the former "Rocky III" boxer.

Watch Mr. T. and the other competitors when "Dancing With The Stars" premieres on ABC on March 20 at 8 p.m.