The season 22 cast of Dancing With the Stars has been announced and Wanya Morris of R&B group Boyz II Men is ready to show off his skills.
The Philadelphia based quartet, Boyz II Men, introduced their vocal talents and their dancing skils to fans back in 1991 with the release of their first music video for their debut single "Motown Philly." Now Morris will showcase his moves on the dancefloor without his bandmates when season 22 of DWTS airs on Monday March 21, according to ABC.
On Tuesday March 8, the announcement was made live on Good Morning America with the reveal of 12 talented individuals. Among the list are NFL greats Antonio Brown; Doug Flutie, and Von Miller. Also included in season 22 are actesses Jodie Sweeten (Full House, Fuller House;) Kim Fields (Living Single, Facts of Life, Real Housewives of Atlanta) and Maria Maples. Other contestants include Geraldo Rivera; Mischa Barton, Paige VanZant, Ginger Zee, Nyle DiMarco and Morris.
Each cast member will be partnered with one of the show's great dance instructors, according to EUR.
Morris, who will be partnered with Lindsay Arnold, agreed to teach her how to sing karaoke since she will be teaching him how to dance.
"I'm teaching you how to dance, you gotta give me some tips," urged Arnold of Morris in their video. Morris agreed to walk her through every aspect of karaoke, which, according to him, is very intricate and requires multiple steps.
"I'm going to walk her through every aspect - the notes, how to hold it, how to hear it, how to count it, how to do all of those things," he explained. "She's going to be alright."
Hopefully, Arnold's instructions for Morris on the dance floor will cause him to be alright too.
The Official DWTS twitter page posted the photos of the cast with their partners and group photos expressing that on March 21 at 8 p.m., it will be "time for a little star gazing."
— Official DWTS (@DancingABC) March 8, 2016
#DWTS Couple: Wanya Morris and @lindsayarnold!@BoyzIIMen @DancingABC #DancingOnGMA pic.twitter.com/0SZ3M00ikT — Good Morning America (@GMA) March 8, 2016