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Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Joseph Baena to compete on upcoming Dancing With The Stars season


Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son Joseph Baena to compete on upcoming Dancing With The Stars season as he’s seen arriving at LA rehearsal space

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son Joseph Baena has signed on to compete in the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars.

News of the 24-year-old’s involvement in the show’s 31st season, which will makes its debut on Disney + next month, was first reported by Deadline.

On Friday, Baena was captured making his way to a dance rehearsal space in Los Angeles with a reflective visor concealing his face.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Joseph Baena has signed on to compete in the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars. On Friday, Baena was captured making his way to a dance rehearsal space in Los Angeles with a reflective visor concealing his face

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son Joseph Baena has signed on to compete in the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars. On Friday, Baena was captured making his way to a dance rehearsal space in Los Angeles with a reflective visor concealing his face

Even though he wore the mask, it wasn’t too difficult to make the connection that it was Baena. Not only were his bulging muscles a giveaway, but he was also wearing the same ensemble he’d showcased on Instagram earlier in the day.

While Baena works as a real estate agent, he has been putting in the footwork to become a working actor like his famous father.

In fact, he has since hired entertainment manager, Henry Penzi, and booked his first big acting gig in John Malkovich’s upcoming sci-fi film Chariot.

News of the 24-year-old's involvement in the show's 31st season, which will makes its debut on Disney + next month, was first reported by Deadline

News of the 24-year-old’s involvement in the show’s 31st season, which will makes its debut on Disney + next month, was first reported by Deadline 

Connecting the dots: Even though he wore the mask, it wasn't too difficult to make the connection that it was Baena. Not only were his bulging muscles a giveaway, but he was also wearing the same ensemble he'd showcased on Instagram earlier in the day

Connecting the dots: Even though he wore the mask, it wasn’t too difficult to make the connection that it was Baena. Not only were his bulging muscles a giveaway, but he was also wearing the same ensemble he’d showcased on Instagram earlier in the day 

Earlier this year, Baena told Men’s Health that he was eventually able to connect with his father over their shared love for bodybuilding and fitness.

To help with his training, Schwarzenegger ended up giving him a copy of The Encyclopedia Of Modern Bodybuilding, co-authored by the seven-time Mr. Olympia champion and considered by many to be the Bible of bodybuilding.

‘Even though I could call him anytime, I was too proud,’ Baena confessed of their relationship to the publication. His mother is the former California governor’s former housekeeper, Mildred Baena. 

‘My dad is old school, he doesn’t believe in handouts. He believes hard work pays off, and so do I. I love the word honor, and I’m very prideful in the sense that if I use my dad’s contacts or ask him for favors, I wonder what honor is that gonna bring me?’

Making the connection: Baena has confessed he was able to connect with his father over their shared over for bodybuilding and fitness

Making the connection: Baena has confessed he was able to connect with his father over their shared over for bodybuilding and fitness

Icon: Arnold Schwarzenegger is a seven-time Mr. Olympia champion

Like father, like son: Baena has followed in his father's footsteps and often strikes classic bodybuilding poses and posted them on his Instagram page

The apple doesn’t fall too far: Baena not only followed in his father’s footsteps with bodybuilding, he also is striving to become a working actor

Along with Baena, the other two contestants that have been confirmed for DWTS include TikTok star Charli D’Amelio and her mother Heidi D’Amelio. 

The two will compete against one another, although Charli, who’s just 18, has youth on her side, considering her mom is 50.

The full roster of celebrity participants will officially be revealed on Good Morning America on September 8.

Season 31 of Dancing With The Stars is set to premiere live on Disney+ on September 19. 

Debut coming: Fans will have to wait and see what the former California governor thinks of his son's dance moves when DWTS premieres on Disney + on September 19

Debut coming: Fans will have to wait and see what the former California governor thinks of his son’s dance moves when DWTS premieres on Disney + on September 19

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