A Bella Twin Reportedly Joining Upcoming Reality TV Competition

A Bella Twin Reportedly Joining Upcoming Reality TV Competition

An HGTV star and a female pro wrestler are joining season 25 of Dancing with the Stars!

According to People, Drew Scott has signed on to trip the light fantastic in the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars", set to premiere next month. If Nikki appears, she will be going up against Raw as long as she remains in the competition.

Drew, who got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Linda Phan at the end of previous year, has starred alongside his identical twin brother, Jonathan Scott, on the hit HGTV series since 2011. The source also claims that he'll be joined by WWE Diva Nikki Bella, who got engaged to WWE champ John Cena during Wrestlemania 33 back in April.

The other rumored star to have signed onto the new series is WWE vixen Nikki, who is a professional wrestler and also stars on E!'s Total Divas with her twin sister Brie. Will everyone this season have a twin or will their twins be involved in any of their dances for a bit of double trouble?

Are you looking forward to seeing Nikki Bella and Drew Scott compete this fall on DWTS Season 25?

John, however, revealed the show would not be for him, saying, "I have two left feet".

The 25th season of DWTS premieres on Monday, September 18th on ABC.



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