The stars were announced on Wednesday's Good Morning America, where the celebs shimmied with their new pro partners.
"Dancing With the Stars" is bound to get personal this season as two married couples face off against each other.
The former National Basketball Association player and coach announced Wednesday morning that he will be on the 25th season of the competition.
Owens, 43, will be partnered with professional dancer Cheryl Burke.More news: Samsung just unveiled three new wearables, including new AirPods rivals
They make up two of the 13 dance pairings announced Wednesday in advance of the September 18 season premiere (ABC, 8 ET/PT). Pro wrestler Nikki Bella is dancing with Artem Chigvintsev, while her twin sister, Brie, will be watching from the sidelines.
Additionally, ABC is launching the first-ever official Dancing with the Stars Fantasy League on September 6 on abc.com/dfl.
The latest field includes celebrities from a wide range of backgrounds, including singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson, former National Football League star Terrell Owens, Pretty Little Liars star Sasha Pieterse and Drew Scott of HGTV's Property Brothers.
Drew Lachey, Nick Lachey's brother and fellow 98 Degrees band member, won the "DWTS" title during Season 2, ABC News pointed out.
LINDSEY STIRLING - Lindsey Stirling is one of the biggest artist development breakthrough stories in recent years. Singer Jordan Fisher will get in the studio with Lindsay Arnold as Debbie Gibson partners with Alan Bersten.
FRANKIE MUNIZ (pro partner Witney Carson) - Frankie Muniz is an actor, musician, writer, producer, race auto driver and band manager.