WWE Star Joining the Cast of 'Dancing With The Stars'

WWE Star Joining the Cast of 'Dancing With The Stars'

WWE Star Joining the Cast of 'Dancing With The Stars'

Drew Scott and his twin brother found their fame on HGTV with their house-hunting reality show Property Brothers.

Another WWE Superstar is looking to branch out into Hollywood as People.com is reporting that Nikki Bella will be part of the cast for the next season of ABC's Dancing With The Stars.

In April, Nikki got engaged to fellow pro wrestler John Cena at WrestleMania 33 after the couple both came out victorious in their matches. Oddsmakers had also considered her the favorite to win the competition.

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Working side-by-side, Drew (a real estate expert) and Jonathan (a licensed contractor) - both 39 - help couples find, buy, remodel and transform fixer-uppers into their dream homes.

Nikki Bella is a WWE wrestler and diva who also appears on the E! reality shows Total Divas and the spin-off, Total Bellas, with her twin sister.

The outlet claimed to have reached out to the twins' rep for confirmation, but noted that Dancing with the Stars does not comment on contestant rumors until the line-up is officially announced.

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As for who their professional partners will be, they're yet to be officially confirmed by ABC, though Good Morning America is expected to reveal the Dancing With the Stars pro line-up during the morning show on August 24.

Season 25 of Dancing with the Stars premieres on Monday, September 18th, alongside WWE Raw.

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