If she's anything like her character, Evanna Lynch who played "Luna Lovegood" will add a dreamy, fairy-like touch to the newest season of "Dancing With The Stars."
The actress, as well as singer Tinashe, are the latest additions to the upcoming 27th season of the popular dancing show according to US Weekly magazine.
Tinashe, who is 25, rose to popularity with her debut single "2 On" back in 2014. The song reached No. 24 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
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Tinashe also played a recurring role in CBS's "Two and a Half Men."
Back in early July 2018, she accused her ex and Kendall Jenner's then-boyfriend Ben Simmons of texting her while at a club with Jenner.
She told TMZ, "He's texting me. What the hell? What is he doing? What an idiot!"
27-year-old Lynch appeared in the last four films of the "Harry Potter" franchise: "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" Parts 1 and 2.
She also played a role in 2015's "My Name is Emily" and had a guest appearance in the Sky1 TV series "Sinbad."
Additionally, the Irish actress works in theater and is a known vegan activist.
Just last week, "Good Morning America" interviewed the first confirmed couple for the show as Nancy McKeon from "Facts of Life" and professional dancer Val Chmerkovskiy.
"He is the most amazing partner. [He has] more patience than anybody I know and I'm so lucky."
Chmerkovskiy led Rumer Willis and Laurie Hernandez to victory in Season 20 and Season 23 respectively.
Last season's winner of DWTS, Adam Rippon, made a brave statement after his success when he hosted 2018's TrevorLIVE New York Gala in June.
He arrived at his first red carpet appearance with Finnish boyfriend Jussi-Pekka Kajaala. The two posted pictures together on social media before, but this was their big public debut.
The event was held to raise funds for crisis intervention and suicide prevention towards LGBTQ youth.
Season 27 of ABC's DWTS will premiere on Monday, September 24 at 8 p.m ET.