ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” had its first season in 2005 and quickly became one of America's favorite celebrity competition shows.

In 2012, she competed on the show again while battling thyroid cancer. Aside from being a busy mom of three daughters, she also runs two lifestyle brands — Baboosh Baby for expecting moms, and Modern Mom for new mothers.

She also has a women’s inspirational podcast called “The Naked Mom.” The former Olympic gymnast won season eight of “Dancing with the Stars” with her professional dance partner Mark Ballas.

Glam squad: @adenarohatiner stylist queen @josephpaulmakeup my face @kelseygusto the fab hair 😘 A post shared by Kelly Monaco (@kelly_m23) on As we all know, Drew Lachey is a former member of the boy band 98 Degrees from the 2000s.

Lachey danced his way to the top with his partner Cheryl Burke.

Emmitt Smith Celebrity A post shared by Emmitt Smith (@emmittsmith22) on Eight-time Olympic medalist Apolo Ohno was the celebrity winner in season four of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2007.

In 2013 the Olympic speed-skated hosted the Game Show Network (GSN) show, “Minute to Win It.” In 2016 he made an appearance as a guest star on Jane Lynch’s “Hollywood Game Night.” These days, Ohno is a motivational speaker and founder of Allysian Sciences, a company that uses advanced science and technology to help people build businesses and excel in their careers.

She went on to make appearances on the celebrity edition of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” and ABC television series “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” Donny Osmond is best known for being part of the singing group “The Osmonds,” but he was also the winner of season nine of “Dancing with the Stars.” In 2014, he released his 16th studio album, “The Soundtrack Of My Life.” Actress, singer and former member of the “Pussycat Dolls” Nicole Scherzinger and her professional dance partner Derek Hough dominated the 10th season of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010.

Since then she made appearances as a judge on the American and British versions of “X-Factor.” In 2011 she released her solo album “Killer Love,” followed by “Big Fat Lie” in 2014. I was honored to perform the theme song from the powerful movie Lion on the @latelateshow this past week!

She also claimed three silver medals, for the women's gymnastics team competition, individual all-around competition and floor exercise. In early 2010, Johnson tore her ACL, a major knee ligament, while she was skiing and was forced to undergo reconstructive knee surgery.

Only four months later, she announced her plans to begin training for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

However, Johnson's Olympic hopes came to end in June 2012, when she announced that she would be retiring from competitive gymnastics.