Ezra Sosa is Working Behind The Scenes as an Associate Choreographer on ‘DWTS’ Season 32
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In an exciting turn of events, professional dancer Ezra Sosa has taken on a role behind the scenes of Dancing With The Stars Season 32. While he’s not an official competing pro this season, Sosa revealed in an Instagram post that he is serving as an associate choreographer alongside the accomplished Luam for the show’s opening number.
Ezra Sosa is a Choreographer on DWTS Season 32
Sosa’s journey on the show may have taken him behind the cameras this season, but his love and dedication to the DWTS family remain stronger than ever. In an Instagram post, Sosa shared a sneak peek of the spectacular opening dance sequence from his phone.
The show premiered with a bang, featuring a stunning opening number to “Levitating” by Dua Lipa, choreographed by Luam and Sosa. With a mix of cha-cha, foxtrot, jive, salsa, and tango performances, the DWTS pros delivered their first live performances on the dance floor.
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With the opening sequence choreographed by Sosa and Luam, DWTS Season 32 promises to be a season filled with dazzling performances, fierce competition, and unforgettable moments on the ballroom floor.
Season 32 Premiere Gets High Scores on ABC
The Season 32 premiere of DWTS made a triumphant return, earning ABC high scores and securing a demographic win on Tuesday night. Nielsen’s Live+Same Day national viewership data revealed an impressive 0.64 rating among adults aged 18 to 49, surpassing NBC’s The Voice and America’s Got Talent.
While the premiere’s demo rating was slightly lower than the previous season, with Season 30 achieving a 0.9 rating in 2021, the development of streaming may account for the difference. Disney’s strategic move to promote DWTS on Disney+ likely retained many viewers on the streaming platform. The full viewership picture, including multi-platform data, will emerge in the coming weeks, but the premiere’s performance on ABC alone was undoubtedly a solid success.
DWTS shone particularly bright with women aged 25 to 54, securing a stellar 1.1 rating in that demographic. In total viewers, the show maintained its prominence, averaging 4.8 million viewers, positioning itself just behind The Voice with 6.5 million and AGT with 5.5 million viewers.