We finally know which celebrities will be competing in Season 31 of the hit dancing competition series Dancing With The Stars.

Disney+ announced today that Dancing With The Stars will be returning for a brand new season on September 19 with supermodel Tyra Banks and actor Alphonso Ribero serving as hosts.

The streaming platform also revealed the 16 celebrities and their professional dancing partners who will be competing for the Mirror Ball trophy.

The Season 31 celebrities and professional dancers are:

Fitness model and actor Joseph Baena with partner Daniella Karagach 

Movie star Selma Blair with partner Sasha Farber

Comedian, actor and singer Wayne Brady with partner Witney Carson 

Good Morning America contributor and WABC-TV New York’s weather anchor Sam Champion, with partner Cheryl Burke 

TikTok star Charli D’Amelio with partner Mark Ballas 

Heidi D’Amelio (“The D’Amelio Show”) with partner Artem Chigvintsev 

Country star Jessie James Decker with partner Alan Bersten 

TV star Trevor Donovan with partner Emma Slater  

Daniel Durant  (Oscar®-winning “CODA”) with partner Britt Stewart 

Teresa Giudice (“The Real Housewives of New Jersey”) with partner Pasha Pashkov 

Vinny Guadagnino (“Jersey Shore”) with partner Koko Iwasaki

“Charlie’s Angels” star Cheryl Ladd with partner Louis Van Amstel

Jason Lewis (“Sex and the City”) with partner Peta Murgatroyd

Drag queen superstar Shangela with partner Gleb Savchenko 

Platinum recording artist Jordin Sparks with partner Brandon Armstrong  

Gabby Windey (“The Bachelorette”) with partner Val Chmerkovskiy

This is the first season that will air on Disney+.

After 30 seasons on ABC, Dancing with the Stars is moving over to Disney+. 

Though the show will air on a new platform, most aspects of the series will remain the same.

Similar to past seasons, the celebrities and their dance partners will be judged by renowned ballroom experts Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough.

Season 31 of Dancing with the Stars will premiere exclusively this fall in the U.S. and Canada, making it the first live series to debut on the streaming service.