ABC promised that Dancing with the Stars 29 would get a “creative refresh” and “fresh take.” But it’s the same show as it always has been—just now with Tyra Banks and terrible fake audience noises.
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Dancing with the Stars 29’s cast is more of the same—and by that, I mean that it’s generating headlines for casting people like Carole Baskin, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Vernon Davis, Johnny Weir, Monica Aldama, and Nelly.
Dancing with the Stars season 29 now has a premiere date and a list of pro dancers, and a promise from ABC that it will be “a fresh take” that still has “the heart and soul of the beloved series.” But didn’t they fire Tom Bergeron?
Tyra Banks will host and be an executive producer on Dancing with the Stars 29, bringing “a fresh take,” according to ABC. She previously hosted America’s Got Talent.
Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews have been fired from DWTS ahead of season 29. ABC says Dancing with the Stars will “embark on a new creative direction.”
From Amy Cooper calling police in Central Park on a black man to a Minneapolis police officer killing a black man who was crying for help, this week has given us even more evidence of explicit racism. But we also need to focus on implicit, casual racism perpetuated by reality TV and its stars.
No white DWTS contestants have been up for elimination before last night, when two contestants with the two highest scores landed in the bottom two.
A recap of the Dancing with the Stars season 28 premiere, which introduced the show’s new set and live voting, but otherwise felt unchanged.
The DWTS season 28 cast includes several reality TV stars, plus a few actors, singers, and athletes—and one former member of Donald Trump’s administration.
Dancing with the Stars producers have suggested “really fun format changes” for season 28 this fall. Also returning to ABC: Shark Tank.
Dancing with the Stars is skipping a spring season. It’s not Bobby Bones’ fault.
Dancing with the Stars Juniors cast members were announced on the second episode of the new DWTS season.
The celebrities on DWST season 27 include a star of Facts of Life, a Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise contestant, and the actor who played Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films.
A regular Dancing with the Stars will be joined by Dancing with the Stars Juniors.
ABC announced the 10 athletes who will be on this spring’s short Dancing with the Stars season.