Here are your couples for Season 17 of DWTS:
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Sasha Farber
Keyshawn Johnson and Sharna Burgess
Valerie Harper and Tristan MacManus
Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd
Christina Milian and Mark Ballas
Bill Nye and Tyne Stecklein
Elizabeth Berkley and Val Chmerkovskiy
Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff
Amber Riley and Derek Hough
Bill Engvall and Emma Slater
Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke
Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani
I would definitely bring back Michael Jackson!
According to a new poll conducted by "60 Minutes" and "Vanity Fair", PRINCESS DIANA is the celebrity we'd most like to bring back from the dead. And actually she was the runaway winner.
Diana got 35% of the vote, followed by STEVE JOBS with only 14%. MICHAEL JACKSON and WHITNEY HOUSTON tied for third with 11%.
HEATH LEDGER got 9%, KURT COBAIN got 6% and JAMES GANDOLFINI got 3%.
Did YOU have a famous roommate?
A lot of celebrities roomed together before they were famous . . . like RYAN GOSLING and JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.
Ryan lived at Justin's house when they were on "The Mickey Mouse Club" together, because Ryan's mom couldn't give up her job in Canada.
Here are some other pairs of celebrity roommates . . .
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck lived together while writing their Oscar-winning screenplay for "Good Will Hunting".
Judd Apatow and Adam Sandler were roomies when they were struggling comics.
Lindsay Lohan and Raven-Symone roomed together for a brief period . . . but Raven says Lindsay was so busy with work she barely stayed there. But she did pay rent, so it was cool.
Jonah Hill and Justin Long actually stopped living together because they were arguing about petty things. It probably saved their relationship, though.
Dustin Hoffman lived with both Gene Hackman and Robert Duvall . . . but not at the same time.
$150 to meet a Kardashian?!
KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN did a meet-and-greet at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas over the weekend. But what a lot of fans didn't know when they showed up was that they had to pay $150 PER PERSON to meet her.
In fact, they were already in line for HOURS before someone came out and handed them flyers informing them of the fee. Those who actually paid it said they were rushed in and out so quickly, it was barely worth it.
One woman who took her two kids to meet Kourtney was NOT happy. She claims she even called the day before and was told she didn't have to pay to meet Kourtney. She says, quote, "Don't they have enough money? . . . I'm not a fan anymore."
Amish Amish Baby!
The DIY Network has announced a new show called "Vanilla Ice Goes Amish" . . . where "Ice," a.k.a. Robert Matthew Van Winkle, heads to Amish country to build homes the old-fashioned way, without electricity.
Ice hosted another home-improvement show on the DIY Network called "The Vanilla Ice Project". There were three seasons of that, and this new show replaces it.
"Vanilla Ice Goes Amish" will take place in Ohio . . . and it'll follow Ice as he, quote, "learns all about hand craftsmanship, barn building and brotherly bonding." In the first episode, Ice will do a kitchen renovation for an Amish family.
The show debuts on October 12th.