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'Dancing with the Stars' Pairings Revealed

ABC(NEW YORK) -- The full cast of Dancing With the Stars' upcoming thirteenth season was revealed Wednesday on ABC's Good Morning America.

To help David Arquette, Nancy Grace, Chaz Bono and the other celebs cut the rug will be some returning dance pros, and some new dancers, including Tristan McManus, Petra Murgatroyd, and Val Chmerkovsky, brother of returning dancer Maksim Chmerkovsky.

Here are the pairings:

  • David Arquette & Kym Johnson
  • Chaz Bono & Lacey Schwimmer
  • Ricki Lake & Derek Hough
  • Nancy Grace & Tristan McManus
  • Carson Kressley & Anna Trebunskaya
  • Chynna Phillips & Tony Dovolani
  • Robert Kardashian & Cheryl Burke
  • Kristen Cavallari & Mark Ballas
  • Elisabetta Canalis & Val Chmerkovsky
  • Ron Artest & Petra Murgatroyd
  • J.R. Martinez & Karina Smirnoff
  • Hope Solo & Maksim Chmerkovsky

The new season of DWTS airs Monday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET.

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Nancy Grace to Appear on 'Dancing with the Stars?'

Kevin Winter/Tonight Show/Getty Images (LOS ANGELES) -- Nancy Grace has signed on to appear as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars, according to TMZ.

The full cast will be revealed during ABC's Bachelor Pad Monday night.

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Conrad Murray's Attorney Asks to Have Jury Sequestered

David McNew-Pool/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- An attorney for the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death requested Wednesday that the jury be sequestered during the upcoming trial, in part because of HLN personality Nancy Grace.

KTLA-TV reports attorney J. Michael Flanagan, who represents Dr. Conrad Murray, asked a Los Angeles judge to sequester the jury whenever Grace appears on TV, believing that certain media commentary on the case, including Grace's notoriously opinionated comments, could unfairly influence the jurors.  He said the request was partly motivated by the attention received by the Casey Anthony murder case.

The judge said he didn't think sequestering the jury was necessary and that such a move would be too costly.

Murray, who's accused of giving Jackson a lethal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol prior to the King of Pop's death, has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.  His trial will begin in September.

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