Dancing with the stars is gearing up for one of its most exciting seasons yet. The show will be celebrating its 30th season of production, a milestone in the history of the reality TV series. It takes celebrities, record artists and sports personalities out of their comfort zone and immerses them in the world of ballroom dancing. Here’s what fans can expect from the upcoming competitive season, including which Bachelor Nation stars would be contenders.
More than one Bachelor Nation star in consideration for Dancing With the Stars
Baccalaureate Nation should prepare as it looks like more than one star of the show series is being considered a contender this season of Dancing with the stars.
Parade Magazine reported that former series host Chris Harrison was being considered to compete in the ballroom. Current Bachelorette host Tayshia Adams and her fiancé Zac Clark are also on the show’s wishlists. It follows a streak of Bachelor stars, including Season 29 winner Kaitlyn Bristowe, who previously won the show’s glittering mirror ball trophy.
Other celebrities who are supposed to appear on Dancing With the Stars
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Fitness instructor Hilaria Baldwin, former campaign manager of President Donald Trump Kellyanne Conway, and country superstar and actress LeeAnn Rimes were also considered contenders for this season of the ABC series.
Other celebrities in the running are ex-Nanny star Fran Drescher, The Real Housewives of New York City star LuAnn de Lesseps, UFC fighter Karamo Usman, and former Beverly Hills 90210 star Brian Austin Green.
When will Dancing with the Stars premiere?
Dancing with the stars will premiere on Monday, September 20, from 8 / 7c. He will stay in that time frame, overtaking the second season of The bachelorette with Michelle Young on Tuesday evening.
The show will continue to run for two hours and wrap up for the season in late November ahead of the Thanksgiving 2021 holiday, as Goldderby reported.
Tyra Banks will return as host with the jury
Tyra Banks will return to host the series for its second season of the competition. Banks made his debut last year after it was announced that Tom Bergeron would not be returning as the show’s host. Banks is also executive director of Dancing with the stars.
Judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman and Derek Hough, who replaced Goodman last year after he was unable to travel due to restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are also returning to the table. series.
Which pros will return to Dancing with the Stars?
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While it has not yet been confirmed which pros will actually return, several pros have expressed their wish to return. The one who sure will. Val Chmerkovskiy told TV Insider that while he couldn’t talk about the season, “I’m delighted to be a part of it.”
Lindsay Arnold, who had her first child, a daughter named Sage during season 29, told Entertainment Tonight that she wanted to return for the series’ 30th season.
Witney Carson, also pregnant with her first son Kevin Leo last season, has told fans she plans to return to the show as a pro. She shared her perspective in an Instagram story featured in a DWTS Reddit thread.