American heartthrob and farmer Chris Soules became a famous TV personality after starring in season 19 of ‘The Bachelor.’ Shortly after, Soules competed in ‘The Bachelorette,’ came in third, and became one of America’s favorite contestants.
Soules also did a stint on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ on the show’s 20th season. He danced with Witney Carson, and they won fifth place, which was a very decent way to leave the competition.
Sean Lowe — Season 16
Known for being one of the only stars of 'The Bachelor' to actually have a good marriage after the show ended, Sean Lowe has become a pretty famous TV persona in the US.
That fame only rose when he competed in the 16th season of 'Dancing With the Stars.' Lowe did quite well in the competition, dancing with Petra Murgatroyd and winning sixth place. For a man that has never danced professionally, sixth place isn’t bad at all!
Drew Carey — Season 18
We all know and love the hilarious host of 'The Price Is Right,' Drew Carey. The comedian rose to fame through his sitcom, 'The Drew Carey Show,' and then hosted the popular show 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'
Another show where Carey has graced us with his presence was 'Dancing With the Stars’ season 18. He danced with the talented Cheryl, and the couple came in eighth, which isn’t bad considering he’s a comedian, not a dancer. Plus, Carey wore some incredible suits every time!
Mr. T — Season 24
Mr. T is an American icon, first rising to fame by playing B.A. Baracus in the hit TV series 'The A-Team,' and then by playing Clubber Lang, a boxer in 1982’s 'Rocky III.' The man has style and charisma and a voice that makes him recognizable anywhere in the world. Not to mention he’s also a professional wrestler.
As it turns out, Mr. T also has some dance moves up his sleeve, as he demonstrated in season 24 of 'Dancing With the Stars.' With his partner Kym, he gave it his best. Sadly, he was the third competitor to be voted off the show.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — Season 26
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has reached many heights in his professional career and probably in his personal life as well.
Back in 2018, this basketball legend competed in the athletes’ edition of the show and partnered with Lindsay Arnold. The height difference alone was entertaining enough to watch, but the couple did give it their all on that dance floor. Even though they were eliminated after just two weeks, it was worth watching.