'DWTS' Season 25 Winner Jordan Fisher to Sing the National Anthem at the NFL Pro Bowl
'DWTS' Season 25 Winner Jordan Fisher to Sing the National Anthem at the NFL Pro Bowl
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Dancing with the Stars season 25 champ Jordan Fisher is taking center stage at the NFL's 2018 Pro Bowl at Orlando's Camping World Stadium. According to People, the 23-year-old actor will sing the National Anthem and perform as part of halftime festivities.

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Fisher, who took home the mirror ball trophy with pro partner Lindsay Arnold in Dancing with the Stars season 25, has appeared on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Liv and Maddie, Teen Wolf, Teen Beach Movie, Teen Beach 2 and Grease: Live. He also made his Broadway debut in Hamilton on November 22, 2016, assuming the role of John Laurens/Philip Hamilton from Anthony Ramos.

As a recording artist, Fisher has released pop-soul songs on Radio Disney such as "By Your Side," "Never Dance Alone" and "What I Got."

The 2018 Pro Bowl, which will feature all-star teams representing the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC), will be televised live on January 28 at 3pm on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ABC. 

Speaking of NFL, former running back Rashad Jennings is making a big leap from stadium to ballroom. The 32-year-old, who also won Dancing with the Stars in season 24, is pursuing a career in dancing and will even compete this year. 

"I have not put up my shoes yet in the ballroom," Jennings told TMZ. "I'm actually gonna enter into a competition in March."

Jennings, who had no dancing experience prior to joining DWTS, is also teaching dance classes.

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