Cloris Leachman
Anyone who thinks that the Dancing With The Stars reality dancing show is all about youth, will get a shock with Monday's announcement of their new season. Headlining the new cast for next season will be 82 year old actress Cloris Leachman.

Leachman won an Oscar back in 1972 for her role in "The Last Picture Show". Now, she will be battling some of the most popular youths of today for Americas votes.

Joining her on the cast of Dancing With The Stars for next season will be reality star Kim Kardashian. She will be competing even though she was cut on her toe and needed emergency treatment on Sunday
night.

Another competitor of Leachman's will be someone fresh off an Olympic gold medal performance in beach volleyball, Misty May-Treanor. She will join the other athlete of the group, track star Maurice Jones.

From the music industry, Lance Bass of 'N Sync and Tony Braxton will both be in the competition. Leachman might be the oldest competitor in the field, but "Hannah Montana" star Cody Linley will be the youngest at eighteen years old.

Susan Lucci, who has made a life out of getting snubbed by award groups, will also be taking part in the new season. The new cast has a little bit of everything and should appeal to people of all ages.