The upcoming 30th season of the show will also feature one of the Spice Girls, a former "Bachelor" and actors Melora Hardin and Brian Austin Green.
Widows like Amanda Kloots have enough on their plate emotionally without having to deal with people's judgment, too.
The 51-year-old, who lost her husband Dave Goldberg in 2015, spoke out on behalf of the fitness guru who was recently criticized for admitting she's dating.
"How dare you," the co-host of "The Talk" responded.
"What happened was unthinkable, losing you was my biggest fear," "The Talk" co-host said of her late husband.
“Not everyone’s lucky enough to walk out of the hospital after two days,” Amanda Kloots wrote on Instagram after the president dismissed the virus on Twitter.
Kloots released the emotional song "Not Far Away," which her husband left unfinished before his death from COVID-19 complications.
Cordero, the Broadway star who died from the coronavirus this month, would have appreciated his 1-year-old's scene-stealing flourish.
Amanda Kloots shared a look back at the five years she spent with the Broadway star, who died of COVID-19 complications this weekend.
The actor's wife, Amanda Kloots, told "CBS This Morning," "I grab his hand … and I’m waiting for the day that he holds my hand back."