Dancing With The Stars” Season 25 is coming soon and returning star, Mark Ballas, announced the coming professional dancer lineup on “Good Morning America” on Thursday. After being on a break for two seasons, the 31-year-old choreographer is back to fight for the Mirror Ball Trophy again.

The “Mark & Derek's Excellent Flip” star has been a fan-favorite since he appeared in 18 seasons. He already took home two Mirror Ball Trophies and is now eyeing another win.

Ballas’ return

Mark Ballas said on “Good Morning America” that he is returning to “Dancing with the Stars” Season 25 as he misses “being creative.”

"After a year off, you kind of see it with a new light," he disclosed.

He also misses being with his friends and other professionals. “The timing was right," he continued. Aside from dancing, Ballas explained that being creative is his “favorite part” of the television show. He is now looking forward to doing what he actually does best and promised that it is be going to be fun.

The professionals coming

Other professionals coming to “Dancing with the Stars” Season 25 are the Chmerkovskiy brothers. Maks and Val return to the dance floor to show what they've got to bring home the Mirror Ball Trophy.

Maks’ wife, Peta Murgatroyd, will also be seen displaying her professional skills. The couple welcomed their baby boy in January and tied the knot in July. She already won twice in season 14 with Donald Driver and in season 22 with Nyle DiMarco.

Next is Emma Slater. She was the previous chapter’s champion along with NFL player Rashad Jennings.

She was seen in seven installments of the television show. She will definitely be back to defend her title.

The Russian native Gleb Savchenko has graced “DWTS” Australian and U.K. versions. He is back to try his luck for the fourth time. He was also seen in the reality dance series with the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne.

Last season’s second placer Lindsay Arnold will also return to fight for the number one spot. Artem Chigvintsev, who came in 7th place in the previous installment, will return to compete for the Mirror Ball Trophy. The “So You Think You Can Dance” star Witney Carson will once again arrive on the “DWTS” stage after winning the 19th season.

First-timer Alan Bersten will also try his luck at winning the dance series after he replaced Maks following an injury. Other cast that are coming to “DWTS” Season 25, will be revealed on September 26 on “Good Morning America.”

“Dancing with the Stars” season 25 will start on September 18 on ABC.