The full cast of "Dancing With The Stars" 2017 was at long last confirmed during the Sept. 6 episode of ABC's "Good Morning America." Following the announcement, which featured mini interviews with just about every member of the new lineup [VIDEO], a host of the brand new Cast Members hit social media to share photos, impressions of their competition better halves, and their hopes for "DWTS" season 25.

'DWTS' pros praise new partners

Emma Slater, who captured the Mirrorball Trophy with NFL star Rashad Jennings at the close of the spring 2017 edition of "DWTS," hit Instagram to share a heartfelt message to --and about-- both Jennings and her new partner, "Property Brothers" star Drew Scott.

The 28-year old Briton wrote that she feels "lucky" to have "gone from one insanely wonderful partner to another," and that she looks forward to another season [VIDEO] of "revelation and self discovery" in the ballroom.

Also expressing admiration for his new "Dancing with the Stars" partner was Keo Motsepe, who's matched up with "Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran for the new season. Motsepe, whose last celebrity partner was the iconic Charo, tweeted a photo of himself with Corcoran that included the hashtag #itsgonnabegood.

Corcoran responded to Motsepe's tweet with a flirtatious one of her own that read "My new dancing partner @keodancer sure is handsome!"

Celebs react to their 'DWTS' coaches

A handful of the newly minted celebrity contestants also shared reactions to the dancers who will guide them along the glitter-dusted trail to the "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 title.

Actress and TV personality Vanessa Lachey Instagrammed her excitement over working with fan favorite Maksim Chmerkovskiy by writing "It's true... there's another man in my life! And he's helpin' Mama get her groove back!"

Meanwhile, her husband, singer Nick Lachey, expressed enthusiasm over strutting his stuff with Chmerkovskiy's wife, two-time "DWTS" winner Peta Murgatroyd. Lachey, whose brother Drew won season two with Cheryl Burke, Instagrammed that he's "thrilled" to be Murgatroyd's better dance half and looking forward to his "DWTS" wife swap.

Also expressing happiness over her assignment was ESPN's Victoria Arlen. The former paralympic swimmer --who was paralyzed for a decade and only recently re-learned how to walk-- tweeted that she was "beyond grateful" to be paired up with Mirrorball winner Valentin Chmerkovsky.

With less than two weeks remaining until the Sept.

18 season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars," the new pairs don't have much time to prepare for their ballroom debuts. Who will rise to the top of the judges' leaderboard and who will struggle? Tune in and find out.