Fans of ABC's Dancing With the Stars have seen a lot of celebrities grace the stage over the reality show's 20 seasons, including Emmitt Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro, Kim Kardashian and the most recent winner, Rumer Willis.
But given that there have been 223 celebrity competitors, some inevitably have been lost to history. No worries. Here are the top 10 you might have missed or just plain forgot.
Four-time heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield was one of the six celebrities on Dancing With the Stars' debut season in the summer of 2005. He didn't make it very far, though; he was the second contestant eliminated.
ESPN's Kenny Mayne was the first one eliminated on the show's second season.
Giselle Fernández, known for her work on a variety of news programs including the CBS Early Show, CBS Evening News, NBC's Today show and Access Hollywood, was the third contestant eliminated in the second season.
Best known for playing the love interest of Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) in the two Wayne's World films, Tia Carrere was another Season 2 contestant, eliminated in the middle of the competition. It would not be her only reality series competition; she was also on the fifth season of NBC's Celebrity Apprentice.
Fox News host and conservative political pundit Tucker Carlson was the first to be eliminated in Season 3. After bowing out, Carlson playfully described his professional partner Elena Grinenko teaching him how dance as "Einstein teaching addition to a slow child."
Priscilla Presley, the former wife of Elvis Presley and Naked Gun/Dallas actress, was out of the Season 6 competition midway through.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak did not last very long during the show's eighth season in 2009, as he was the fourth contestant eliminated.
Denise Richards' stay on Dancing With the Stars was even shorter than Wozniak's, as the actress was the second contestant eliminated during Season 8.
ABC tried to capitalize on reality star Kate Gosselin's popularity following her public divorce from her husband Jon, and on her TLC show, Kate Plus 8 (formerly Jon & Kate Plus 8). She appeared on the show's 10th season and was the fourth contestant to be eliminated.
ABC tried to ride the wave of MTV's massively popular Jersey Shore by having Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino compete on the 11th season. Sorrentino was the fourth celebrity kicked off that season.
The show received eight prime-time Emmy nominations last week, including Outstanding Reality Competition Program, and Outstanding Host for a Reality-Competition Program for Tom Bergeron.
Dancing With the Stars returns for its 21st season Monday, Sept. 14.