Dancing with the Stars is an American dance competition TV show that started on June 1, 2005, on ABC. It is the U.S. version of the UK show Strictly Come Dancing, and it is one of the many versions of the Dancing with the Stars franchise. The show pairs famous people with professional dancers. Each couple does a set of dances and competes against the others for points from the judges and votes from the crowd. Each week, the couple that gets the fewest points from both the judges and the audience is taken out of the competition. This continues until only the champion dance pair remains.
Dancing With the Stars, a popular competition show on ABC, is almost ready for a new season. The reality competition show’s 31st season has a new co-host in the ballroom and a few other changes. But how to watch it might be the biggest change. The long-running show Dancing With the Stars (DWTS) is moving from ABC to Disney+ this fall. It will be the first live show on Disney+.
For Season 31, Dancing with the Stars will skip its usual commercial breaks and stream the show without any ads. This is a big change for the show, since dancers and crew usually use the breaks to change clothes, set up scenes, and other things.
Disney recently said that the streaming platform will have ads starting on December 8. However, DWTS usually picks a winner before then, so this won’t affect Season 31. Disney hasn’t decided yet if Season 32 will continue to stream without ads or if it will go back to commercial ways.
When Does Dancing With The Stars Season 31 Come Out?
On Monday, September 19, Dancing With the Stars will be premiered only on Disney+. On the platform, it will be live-streamed as it happens. It has been decided that the 31st season of Dancing with the Stars would not be aired on the ABC network in September.
Cast Of Dancing With The Stars Season 31
On Thursday, ABC announced all of the contestants for season 31 of Dancing With the Stars. Fourteen more celebrities will join Charli D’Amelio, a TikTok star, and her reality-star mother, Heidi.
Good Morning America announced the full list of dancers, which includes actors, singers, comedians, a Bachelorette, a Housewife, a drag superstar, and more. Mark Ballas and Louis van Amstel, two popular professional dancers, will also be back this season.
After 30 seasons on ABC, a popular reality competition show will air live for the first time ever on the streaming service Disney+. This is a change from its longtime home on network television. Tyra Banks will be back as a host, and Alfonso Ribeiro will be joining her. Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Derek Hough will all be back at the judging table.
List of the cast includes:
- Charli D’Amelio
- Heidi D’Amelio
- Selma Blair
- Wayne Brady
- Teresa Giudice
- Cheryl Ladd
- Daniel Durant
- Jordin Sparks
- Vinny Guadagnino
- Gabby Windey
- Jason Lewis
- Jessie James Decker
- Trevor Donovan
- Sam Champion
- Joseph Baena