The lineup of celebs on “Dancing With the Stars”” also will include Debbie Gibson, Terrell Owens, Sasha Pieterse and Drew Scott.
The retired Cubs catcher and his partner Lindsay Arnold finished in second place, behind NFL running back Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater.
The three finalists will compete in a two-night event for the championship mirrorball trophy.
Ross will be competing next Monday night against Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei and NFL running back Rashad Jennings for the mirrorball trophy.
The retired Chicago Cubs catcher and World Series champ finds himself one step closer to the coveted mirrorball trophy Monday night.
A two-dance night, it would be one of the most moving, and in another instance, one of the harshest episodes on record for the series.
It was a tribute to Hollywood movie night on Monday’s episode.
Which team of celebrity contestants — the guys or the gals — has made it through to next week’s competition?
“It’s the end of an era,” David Ross said of his baseball career Monday night on “Dancing with the Stars.” “A new chapter is starting now.”
The Cubs Catcher and “Rocky III” star share some of their thoughts about dancing in front of millions of people.
Mr. T hopes his physical strength will help him do well on “Dancing With The Stars” — as it did for previous winners like Hines Ward & Emmett Smith.