The debut of “Dancing With the Stars” is quickly approaching, and we already know that the new season will be very different from the last one.
The popular competition program is undergoing some interesting changes while still returning to its roots. As is customary, a fresh batch of celebs will don ballroom dancing shoes and try to win our hearts with their newest moves.
Here’s everything we know about season 32 of “Dancing With the Stars” so far.
When Will ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32 Premiere?
In July, ABC confirmed that “Dancing With the Stars” would return for a new season in the fall. The whole cast was confirmed on “Good Morning America” on September 13, and the new season will air on Tuesday, September 26th, according to Deadline.
According to Deadline, “DWTS” was supposed to premiere on Monday but was pushed back due to the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
Where Can You Watch ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32?
S”Dancing With the Stars” season 32 will be coming back to ABC after season 31 was only available on Disney+. The show will also be available to watch live on Disney+ and will be available to stream the following day on Hulu.
Alisa Bowen, the president of Disney+, told Deadline the competition show on the streamer was an opportunity to introduce it to a “new generation of fans,” but now all generations may watch it on their preferred platform.
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Who Will Host ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32?
Tyra Banks stated to TMZ in March 2023 that she was leaving “Dancing With the Stars” after three seasons as a host.
“I feel it’s really time for me to focus on my business and my entrepreneurship. And also, producing more TV, but behind the scenes,” she stated of her departure. “I think it’s time to graduate from the dance floor to the stock market floor.”
Banks went on to say that she wanted to be creating material rather than “just hosting” shows.
Variety reported three days after Banks’ revelation that former “DWTS” pro dancer and guest judge Julianne Hough would be joining “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” actor Alfonso Ribeiro as cohost of the show.
Ribeiro joins “DWTS” as Banks’ cohost in season 31, interviewing couples in the Sky Box following their performances. He’ll take over as emcee for Season 32, and Hough will take over the Sky Box.
Who Are the ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32 Judges?
Len Goodman, the former “Dancing With the Stars” head judge, died in April 2023. He announced his retirement from the show during Season 31 prior to his death. Variety announced in March that Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough, and Bruno Tonioli would return to the judging panel for season 32.
Who Are the Celebs Competing on Season 32 of ‘Dancing With the Stars’?
Ariana Madix of “Vanderpump Rules” declared her intention to dance in July in an Instagram video with Derek Hough. Madix rose to prominence this year after becoming embroiled in a high-profile cheating scandal involving her ex-partner and costar Tom Sandoval and their mutual friend Rachel “Raquel” Leviss.
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Then, in August, on the “After The Final Rose” finale special that concluded her love quest, “Bachelorette” star Charity Lawson announced that she will also be joining the cast of “DWTS” season 32 this autumn. Lawson is the latest in a long line of “Bachelorette” leads to compete on “DWTS,” including Gabby Windey, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Hannah Brown, and Trista Sutter.
Jamie Lynn Spears, an actor and country singer, confirmed her casting on Instagram on September 12. She was also the first celebrity to reveal Alan Bersten, her dance partner. (Bersten previously won “Dancing With the Stars” season 28 with his celebrity partner, former “Bachelorette” star Hannah Brown.)
Spears announced the donation on “Good Morning America,” saying she will donate her weekly paycheck to SAG-AFTRA and the WGA. The full season 32 cast list of “Dancing With the Stars” was unveiled on September 13 on “Good Morning America.”
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