The premiere of Season 25 of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" is still weeks away, but that is not keeping fans from speculating and even making suggestions for celebrities they would like to see perform on America's biggest ballroom dance floor.

ABC has not revealed anybody yet, but there are some people whose names have been put on viewers' wish list for the season that starts on Monday, September 18, 2017. On every show, there are some entertainers, reality stars, controversial figures, athletes, singers, and other people in the news.

Male suggestions

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is said to be on the list of possibilities.

"Dancing with the Stars" has had two politicians as contestants. Former Texas Governor Rick Perry performed on Season 23, and the former majority leader of the House of Representatives Tom DeLay competed in Season 9.

Billy Bush wants to get back on television since he was fired from NBC's "Today" show. People believe this would be a good way for his name and face to be before millions of people again.

DeMario Jackson was a contestant on this season's "Bachelorette" until Rachel Lindsay kicked him off when she found out he already had a girlfriend. Then he was on "Bachelor in Paradise" until he was involved in a scandal with Corinne Olympios. TMZ reported that producers are seriously considering him for Season 25 of "Dancing with the Stars."

Female dancers

So far, more females are on the wish list than men.

However, by the time the full list is revealed, it will be the same number of males as females.

Jordin Sparks was the winner of Season 6 of “American Idol.” She would be a visual reminder of the upcoming reboot of "American Idol" coming to ABC in January. Kellie Pickler is the only contestant who was on both "American Idol" and "Dancing with the Stars." In fact, she won with partner Derek Hough in Season 16.

Rachel Lindsay was the last star of “The Bachelorette.” Alums from "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" have appeared following their season. Nick Viall, Chris Soules, Sean Lowe, and Jake Pavelka have been on the show. Trista Sutter was the only bachelorette who has been on the show, and that way back in Season 1.

It would be good to see another Bachelorette perform.

"DWTS" doesn't shy away from people with health issues or physical challenges such as amputees Noah Gallagher and Amy Purdy, deaf model Nyle DiMarco, and the first little person Terra Jole. Therefore, Elena Ashmore, star of “Born This Way” has been suggested. She would be a great inspiration to those living with Down syndrome.

"Dancing with the Stars" is known to cast controversial figures who have been in the news. Comedienne Kathy Griffin falls into that category like Ryan Lochte and others. Griffin was just cleared from posting Donald Trump's beheading photo. However, she did not get the assignments back that she lost because of her action.

Another controversial figure is Blac Chyna. She has been in the news recently concerning an ongoing feud with Rob Kardashian, the father of her baby.

Tamron Hall is slated for her own talk show in 2018. "DWTS" is a great platform where she could promote it.

Viewers want to see Lynda Carter, the first "Wonder Woman" spin on the dance floor. Now that people are seeing a different side of Grammy winning pop icon Celine Dion, they would like to see what she can do with ballroom dancing.

Who would you like to see on "Dancing with the Stars"?

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