They proved that they can dazzle us on ice — and with each other. But how will Olympic champions Charlie White and Meryl Davis fare as rivals on “Dancing With the Stars”?

White and Davis, who just captured gold medals in Sochi as the world's best ice dancers, are among the Season 18 “DWTS” cast, as announced Tuesday morning on “Good Morning America.” For the popular reality series, they'll compete against each other as White teams up with Sharna Burgess and Davis takes Maksim Chmerkovskiy as her partner.

They bring an intriguing dynamic to the show, but will they have an unfair advantage? White and Davis, who have competed for 17 years as a team, are clearly in terrific shape and they know a thing or two about fancy footwork. And figure skaters do have an edge, as Kristi Yamaguchi proved by winning Season 6 of “DWTS.”

White and Davis have even worked with “DWTS” pro Derek Hough, who choreographed their performances on ice. This season, Hough will be teamed with 2014 U.S. Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy. The Paralympic Closing Ceremony in Sochi, Russia, is March 16, one day before the “DWTS” season premiere. Purdy, a double amputee, is the first Paralympian to go on “DWTS.”

Here is the rest of the cast:

– Danica McKellar (Winnie from “The Wonder Years”), dancing with Val Chmerkovskiy

– Cody Simpson (Australian pop star), dancing with Witney Carson

– Billy Dee Williams (actor-singer known for his role in “Star Wars”), dancing with Emma Slater

– Diana Nyad (Long-distance swimmer), dancing with Henry Byalikov

– NeNe Leakes (“The Real Housewives of Atlanta; “Glee”), dancing with Tony Dovolani

– James Maslow (actor, Nickelodeon's “Big Time Rush”), dancing with Peta Murgatroyd

– Sean Avery (Former NHL player), dancing with Karina Smirnoff

– Drew Carey (comedian, host of “The Price is Right”), dancing with Cheryl Burke

– Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner from “Full House”), dancing with Mark Ballas

– Amy Purdy (US Paralympic Team Snowboarder; “The Amazing Race”), dancing with Derek Hough

“Dancing With the Stars” returns for its 18th season on March 17 with a new co-host as Erin Andrews replaces Brooke-Burke-Chavert, who got the boot after eight seasons. The show will also deliver a dramatic new twist: At one point during the season, the stars will swap partners and it will be up to the viewers to decide who ends up together.