16 Celebrity Kids We’d Like to See on the ‘DWTS’ Spin-Off (PHOTOS)

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16 Celebrity Kids We’d Like to See on the ‘DWTS’ Spin-Off (PHOTOS)

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16 Celebrity Kids We’d Like to See on the ‘DWTS’ Spin-Off (PHOTOS)

A Dancing With the Stars spin-off is heading to our TVs next year!

Dancing With the Stars Junior will follow the original ABC competition show format, but instead of adult contestants, the show will pair celebrity kids and kids of celebrities with junior ballroom dancers.

Here are 16 kids we’d love to see on the brand new show.

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

16 Celebrity Kids We’d Like to See on the ‘DWTS’ Spin-Off (PHOTOS)
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Darby Camp

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Darby Camp

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Age: 9

Why she should be on the show: This little girl has been dominating the silver screen with big roles in Big Little Lies and Grey’s Anatomy. Plus, she’s so darn cute!

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Lonnie Chavis

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Lonnie Chavis

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Age: 9

Why he should be on the show: First of all, this little guy cuts a rug at every Hollywood party he attends. Second of all, he’s just the cutest as little Randall on This Is Us. Sign him up!

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Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown

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Age: 13

Why she should be on the show: The Stranger Things actress is killing the acting game at the moment, but we’d love to see Eleven do a little foxtrot.

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Max & Emme Muñiz

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Max & Emme Muñiz

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Ages: 9

Why they should be on the show: Their mother is the Jennifer Lopez, so we know these twins can bust a move.

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Jacob Tremblay

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Jacob Tremblay

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Age: 10

Why he should be on the show: Following his spectacular performance in Room — and his adorable awards season appearances — it’s clear Jacob can do no wrong! His sweet personality would be perfect for this new show.

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Mason Disick

Mason Disick

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Age: 7

Why he should be on the show: His aunt Kim Kardashian and uncle Rob Kardashian competed on DWTS, so we think it’s time for another member of the family to take center stage.

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Rosie McClelland

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Rosie McClelland

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Age: 10

Why she should be on the show: After spending years in Sophia Grace’s shadow as the two little girls from the Ellen show, we’d like to see Rosie do something on her own!

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Sean & Jayden Federline

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Sean & Jayden Federline

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Age: 11 and 10

Why they should be on the show: Hello, their parents are Britney Spears and Kevin Federline! These kids have dancing in their blood.

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Apple Martin

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Age: 13

Why she should be on the show: We’re not sure if Gwyneth Paltrow or Chris Martin will allow their daughter to be on a reality competition show, but Apple’s already a dancer, so we bet she’d win the entire thing!

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Cruz Beckham

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Cruz Beckham

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Age: 12

Why he should be on the show: David and Victoria Beckham’s third youngest child clearly has the most personality out of the bunch. Also, we’d like to see if he has some of those Spice Girls moves.

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Milania Giudice

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Milania Giudice

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Age: 11

Why she should be on the show: Teresa and Joe Giudice’s daughter has so many hilarious moments on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, we can’t imagine all the funny things she’d say during dance practice.

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Riley Curry

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Age: 4

Why she should be on the show: We admit, she’s probably too young to compete on a dance show, but Stephen Curry’s oldest daughter has so much spunk and personality. She’d certainly win our vote!

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Mckenna Grace

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Age: 10

Why she should be on the show: Following her amazing performances on Once Upon a Time, Fuller House, and Designated Survivor — not to mention the movie Gifted — we’d love to see her bubbly personality on stage.  

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Robert Irwin

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Age: 13

Why he should be on the show: His sister, Bindi Irwin, won Season 21 of DWTS, so we think it’s time for Robert to get his shot.

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A Dancing With the Stars spin-off is heading to our TVs next year!

Dancing With the Stars Junior will follow the original ABC competition show format, but instead of adult contestants, the show will pair celebrity kids and kids of celebrities with junior ballroom dancers.

Here are 16 kids we’d love to see on the brand new show.

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.