"Dancing With The Stars" season 25 is set to debut this fall on ABC, and fans are dying to know which Celebrities will be taking their turn on the ballroom floor. While the official announcement won't come until later this week, it seems that the cast list is pretty locked in. However, one celebrity who has been confirmed to be competing on "DWTS" this season is former NFL star, Terrell Owens. T.O., as his fans call him, will be dancing with Cheryl Burke, the former two-time champ, who will be making her return to the ballroom this season as well.

"Property Brothers" star Drew Scott has also been confirmed by ABC to be headed to the ballroom.

Former athletes, tons of TV stars, and a married couple joining 'DWTS' this season

Meanwhile, many other stars have been rumored to be joining "Dancing With The Stars" for season 25. Former NBA star Derek Fisher, "Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran, Paralympic swimmer Victoria Allen, have also been rumored to be joining the cast. Meanwhile, it looks like married couple Vanessa and Nick Lachey will also be competing against one another, and they'll likely be partnered with married pros, Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy. This won't be the first time that "DWTS" has pitted a couple against one another, and it's always fun for fans to see how they measure up to one another on the dance floor.

Official announcement coming this week on 'Good Morning America'

In addition, former "Malcolm In The Middle" actor Frankie Muniz is said to be headed to "Dancing With The Stars," along with reality TV star Nikki Bella, who stars on E! "Total Bellas" and "Total Divas." One of season 25's youngest cast members will reportedly be Jordan Fisher, who made a big splash during "Grease Live" last year, and has also lent his image and voice to the video games "Until Dawn."

Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas among professional dancers returning to the ABC reality dancing show

Meanwhile, the "Dancing With The Stars" pros have officially been announced and Cheryl Burke isn't the only big return.

Mark Ballas will also be headed back to the ABC dancing series, and fans are thrilled. In addition to Cheryl and Mark's comeback, Maks, Peta, Val Chmerkovskiy, Emma Slater, Lindsay Arnold, Witney Carson, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe, Gleb Savchenko, Sharna Burgess, and Alan Bersten will all be back in action during season 25.

Fans can tune in to "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, September 6 to hear the official announcement.