Dan Marino on Dancing With The Stars

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Aug/06/2008
Dan Marino Dancing With The Stars

It's a double whammy for both the sports bettor and those who specialize in entertainment gambling as Miami Dolphins great Dan Marino will be appearing on the next season of Dancing With The Stars.

Dancing has become the second most bet on television contest after American Idol according to the folks at Sportsbook.com

"This show has been gangbusters for us here at Gambling911.com and with Sportsbook.com," expressed reporter and official Sportsbook.com spokesperson, Carrie Stroup.

Former dolphin favorite Jason Taylor finished the most recent season as the runner-up, behind Kristi Yamaguchi.

Other celebs expected to strut their stuff on the dance show include singer Toni Braxton, reality show star Kim Kardashian, rodeo star/Jewel boyfriend Ty Murray, former N'Sync's Lance Bass and "Brady Bunch" mom Florence Henderson.

The official line-up for the 'Dancing with the Stars' will be announced August 25.

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