When Does The New Season Of ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Premiere And Who Is On It?
When is Dancing with the Stars returning for Season 29? The show announced the premiere date on Tuesday, as well as revealing which pro dancers will appear on the upcoming season.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, things are bound to be a little bit different this year. Read on to find out when Season 29 will premiere and which professionals you can expect to see on the dance floor.
When Does ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Premiere?
As announced on Tuesday, Dancing with the Stars Season 29 will premiere on ABC September 14 at 8/7c. The show will have a new host this year, as Tyra Banks takes over from Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.
The following professional dancers will appear on this season:
The professional cast was announced on Good Morning America, where we also learned that all of the pro dancers must live apart due to COVID-19. That includes the dancers who are married, such as Jenna and Val.
Which Celebrities Are Competing This Year?
We know the premiere date and the professional dancers appearing on this year’s Dancing with the Stars, but what about the actual stars themselves? Well, according to E! News, we’ll have to wait until the show’s season premiere to find out who’s competing.
However, there is one celebrity we can count on competing, which is former Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe. Chris Harrison invited Kaitlyn to compete on the show back in June. We don’t yet know which of the pro dancers Kaitlyn will be partnered with.
According to ABC News, Dancing with the Stars judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Len Goodman will also be returning to the show for Season 29.
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