Dancing with the Stars 2 celebrities include George Hamilton, Jerry Rice, Tatum O’Neal

The 10 celebrities who will ballroom dance their way to fame by way of embarassment on Dancing with the Stars 2 have been announced by ABC. The new group does not, surprisingly enough, include any blockbuster A-listers. The celebs and their partners, who will start dancing Jan. 5 at 8 p.m. ET, are:

  • Wide receiver Jerry Rice, who will dance with Anna Trebunskaya.
  • Oscar winner Tatum O’Neal, who will dance with Nick Kosovich.
  • George Hamilton, he of the stunning tan, who will dance with returner Edyta Sliwinska.
  • WWE star Stacy Kiebler, who will dance with Tony Dovolani.
  • Journalist Giselle Fernandez, who dances with returner Jonathan Roberts
  • Hip-hop artist Romeo, who will dance with returner Ashly Delgrosso.
  • Actor Tia Carrere, who AOL’s new extraordinarily journalistic site TMZ.com says is “known for her stunning beauty,” who will dance with Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
  • ESPN’s Kenny Mayne, who will dance with Andrea Hale.
  • Drew Lachey, former brother-in-law of Jessica Simpson, who will dance with Cheryl Burke.
  • Soapnet’s Lisa Rinna, who will dance with returner Louis Van Amstel.
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