ABC will debut a brand new reality show, Splash on Tuesday.
Fomer Playboy model and reality star Kendra Wilkinson, Miss Alabama 2012 winner Katherine Webb, basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, comedian Louie Anderson, singer Drake Bell, Chelsea Lately star Chuy Bravo, Rory Bishfield, former Baywatch star Nicole Eggert, actress Keisha Knight Pulliam and football player Ndamukomg Suh will all compete against each other each week in a 10-meter high dive.
All of the stars received training from Olympic gold medalist diver Greg Louganis. They were coached on how to perform different stunts - flips, twists and turns - as they dive into the pool. They will be judged on their performance each week by Olympic-winning athletes David Boudia and Steve Foley.
Webb, who has become an overnight sensation after an ESPN announcer brought national attention to her good looks during the BCS National Game in January, spoke about Splash with Extra host Mario Lopez.
"You know, everyone sees me as the girl in the swimsuit and you know there's so much more to me," Webb told Extra.
"But you're going to be in a swimsuit!" Mario replied.
"I know. I know. How ironic!" Webb laughed.
Webb admitted that her biggest competition at the moment is Drake Bell.
"He is my biggest competition so far... his form and everything is perfect, so if I can get down to the top five or the top three, I'll be okay," she told Lopez.
In the preview clip titled Kendra's Biggest Challenge, the former Playboy model became frustrated with her coach Luganis - she refused to jump from a three-meter board and yelled profanities at him.
"What the f*ck do you think you're telling me right now? That I don't have a fear of heights?" Wilkinson yelled at him. "I'm sick of you picking on me, Greg ... I'm working on me, not you. Tell America right now that my fear of heights is an act."
After she walked off, Louganis told her to "challenge yourself and quit being a baby."
"I know Greg is the best diver of all time," Wilkinson, 27, said in a confessional to the camera. "Everybody would probably be pissed at me if I talked sh*t about him, but guess what? I'm talking sh*t about him. I don't like him."
Splash will premiere on Tuesday, March 19 at 8/7c on ABC
Watch the preview video with Kendra Wilkinson get frustrated while training for Splash