Candace Cameron Bure Joins Cast of DWTS

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Candace Cameron Bure has joined the cast of celebrities who will compete on Season 18 of Dancing with the Stars.

The new cast of celebrities for the new season was revealed on Good Morning America Tuesday by host Tom Bergeron and his new partner Erin Andrews.

The Full House star joins a slew of other great names to compete on the ballroom floor, including Charlie White and Meryl Davis, the ice dancing pair who won the gold medal at the Sochi Olympics.

Ironically, DWTS pro Derek Hough choreographed the pair's short routine for the Olympics.

"I think we're excited for a little healthy competition," Davis told Lara Spencer about competing against his partner.

Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy is also joining the cast and will be paired with Hough.

The 34-year-old activist and former Amazing Race competitor is the first contestant with two prosthetic legs to compete on DWTS. Purdy's legs were amputated below the knee due to a form of bacterial meningitis when she was 19 years old.

As for Candace, she is already Tweeting away with excitement.

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