Simone Biles and Michael Phelps to Join 'Dancing With The Stars' Season 23
"Dancing with the Stars" will soon return with what seems to be Olympian filled season. Speculations emerged that two Olympians will soon be joining "Dancing with the Stars" season 23.
"Dancing with the Stars" is said to make a comeback, and this time it will surely be one of the most star-studded season. The 19-year old Olympic gymnast from Columbus, Ohio, Simone Biles is said to join "Dancing with the Stars" season 23.
Simone Biles managed to bring pride to her country as she was able to win a gold medal in the all-around event during the 2016 Rio Olympics. She also leads the team United States to a gold medal, but she only got a bronze medal after stumbling on the balance beam.
Aside from her massive crush on the "High School Musical" actor Zac Effron," Simone Biles is said to hit the TV screens soon. ET Online hinted that Simone Biles id set to make her way on towards "Dancing with the Stars" season 23. News emerged that Simone Biles will soon compete for the mirror ball trophy.
It may seem like great news that Simone Biles will be joining "Dancing with the stars" it is still unclear as she already signed a contract for Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics which would take place from mid-September to November.
Simone Biles did open up that she would love to join, but she has one problem. Simone Biles told Yahoo that she may be a good gymnast, but she can't seem to bust a groove.
“I would like to participate,” she said in a statement as mentioned in Yahoo, “But I can’t dance.”
Aside from Simone Biles, another Olympian is set to hit the stage for "Dancing with the Stars." US Weekly mentioned that the all-time swimming champion, Michael Phelps is considering the possibilities of joining the reality TV show.
"I haven't really been known for my dancing. I know everyone who's done it -- I've talked to Apolo and Natalie about it, and they said they've enjoyed it and had a blast," Phelps said during an interview. "I won't say I'm ruling anything out, who knows?"