Last September, TikTok star and Norwalk native Charli D\u2019Amelio \u2014\u00a0along with sister Dixie and parents Heidi and Marc \u2014 debuted their Hulu series, \u201cThe D\u2019Amelio Show.\u201d This September, Charli and Heidi are reportedly heading to one of the most well-known network dance competition shows: \u201cDancing with the Stars.\u201d While the cast of the television dance competition\u2019s 31st season hasn\u2019t been confirmed yet, TMZ reports that Charli and Heidi will be competing on the upcoming season. The mother and daughter will reportedly be competing against one another and against the other celebrities rumored to be part of the lineup, which include Robert Irwin \u2014 son of late zookeeper Steve Irwin \u2014 and \u201cReal Housewives of Beverly Hills\u201d socialite Sutton Stracke, according to Parade Magazine.\u00a0 The D\u2019Amelios\u2019 potential stint on the dancing show wouldn\u2019t be uncharted territory for them. Charli first started making dance videos on TikTok in May 2019, and two months later, she had her first video go viral. She has since become among Forbes\u2019 ranking of top-earning TikTok content creators for 2022. Dixie also topped the Forbes\u2019 list this year.\u00a0 Before the family ever found themselves creating viral videos or competing on network television, the D\u2019Amelios lived in Norwalk.\u00a0 \u201cLife in Norwalk was fun, familiar and fairly normal,\u201d Marc told Hearst Connecticut last year in an email. \u201cI lived in Connecticut most of my life and loved the fact that my daughters were growing up in the city that I called home at their age.\u201d While their TikTok fame took them across the country, the D\u2019Amelios still make time to visit their native state. Back in February, the D'Amelio family visited several locations in Connecticut, including The Spot at Just Dance Studios in Norwalk (where Charli used to dance), Washington Prime \u00a0restaurant in Norwalk and a UConn basketball game in Storrs.\u00a0 At the time, they also visited the Norwalk Stew Leonard\u2019s location. On\u00a0Aug. 27, Stew Leonard's shared video on Instagram of the family\u2019s visit, showing television cameras following the family as they shopped in the store. In the post\u2019s caption, the store wished the family \u201cso much success\u201d with the second season of \u201cThe D\u2019Amelio Show,\u201d which premieres on Hulu on Sept. 28.\u00a0 Marc commented on the Stew Leonard\u2019s post, writing \u201cAs a former employee who worked in the produce department during high school we love you!\u201d Dixie also performed at the Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater in Bridgeport in June as the opening act for boy band Big Time Rush.