Following the success of her weekly VH1 talk show The Amber Rose Show, Amber Rose is now set to dominate another portion of the TV landscape: Dancing With the Stars. Muva has reportedly signed on as a contestant for the ABC competition series' forthcoming 23rd season, E! News reported Tuesday. 

Though ABC won't officially announce this season's contestants until the end of this month, “multiple sources” have reportedly confirmed Rose's participation to E! News. Former Disney star Jake T. Austin (Wizards of Waverly Place), The Bachelorette star JoJo Fletcher, and Olympic champ Simone Biles are also said to be among the stars poised to competitively dance for your entertainment.

Rose's VH1 talk show, which has featured guests such as The Game and French Montana, premiered in July of this year. "Amber has inspired millions of young women by overcoming homelessness to become a wildly successful entrepreneur," VH1 boss Chris McCarthy said in a statement announcing The Amber Rose Show's inaugural season. "A true multi-hyphenate, she is a devoted mother, a strong advocate for women's rights, and a celebrated author—all of which make her an ideal host."

2016 has been a particularly stacked year for Rose, who also just announced the launch of her own management company. "[It] gives me great pleasure to announce my new business, built around helping other women reach their dreams," Rose said when unveiling MUVA Management on Monday. "Today marks the first day of MUVA Management—a company built to help other women find success in the entertainment industry… The world is big enough for all of us!"

Rose also announced her first MUVA Management client, actress and model Tori Hughes:

Dancing With the Stars returns Sept. 12.