'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30: Release date, format, judges and all you need to know about ABC dancing reality show
Here's everything you need to know about 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30
'Dancing with the Stars' Season 29 concluded on November 22, 2020, with 'The Bachelorette' star Kaitlyn Bristowe winning the Mirrorball Trophy. The previous season sure managed to draw a lot of attention despite the ongoing global pandemic and its impact on television production. After yet another season, filled with some of the most spectacular performances by famous celebrities, fans are now eager to learn about the next installment. Here's everything you need to know about 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30.
ABC is yet to announce the official release date for the next season of 'Dancing with the Stars'. However, it is expected to return next fall sticking to its usual schedule. Watch the space for an update on the next season.
Season 29 of 'Dancing with the Stars' had Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli in the panel as returning judges. Derek Hough replaced the previous judge Len Goodman, who reportedly couldn't make it to the show due to coronavirus-induced restrictions on traveling. It remains to be seen if the same set of judges would return in the next season as well.
The other major change as seen in Season 29 of 'Dancing with the Stars' was Tyra Banks's new role on the show as the host and executive producer. She replaced the previous host Tom Bergeron and is expected to return in Season 30.
'DWTS' is no expected to incorporate any major changes in its format in the next season. The latest season had 11 celebrity contestants, including Monica Aldama, Carole Baskin, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Vernon Davis, Anne Heche, Skai Jackson, Justina Machado, AJ McLean, Jeannie Mai, Jesse Metcalfe, Nelly, Nev Schulman, Charles Oakley, Chrishell Stause and Johnny Weir.
Let us know here who you would like to see in Season 30.
Phil Heyes has served as the director for 'Dancing with the Stars' since 2016. It is executed produced by Joe Sungkur, Rob Wade, Andrew Llinares and David Ruskey. Tyra Banks joined executive produced Season 29.
What fans said about Season 30
The viewers of the show have already started discussing the next season across social media. One Twitter user tweeted, "Ok. I hope they're already pitching in an All-Stars season for Season 30 of @DancingABC. I say bring back @NevSchulman and @JennaJohnson, and everyone else robbed of that mirrorball trophy! #DWTS". Another added, "Bring on Season 30 is all I can say!! lol well depends on casting #DWTS" One tweeted, "So now that #dwts29 is over… can @DancingABC PLEASE confirm that Season 30 will be ALL STARS?! ITS BEEN TOO LONG AND CONTESTANTS NEED JUSTICE"
Bring on Season 30 is all I can say!! lol well depends on casting #DWTS— DarkGa ⚔️💜 #StreamChromatica (@DarkGa2) November 24, 2020
So now that #dwts29 is over… can @DancingABC PLEASE confirm that Season 30 will be ALL STARS?! ITS BEEN TOO LONG AND CONTESTANTS NEED JUSTICE! (ie. @juanpablodipace, @MiloManheim, @vanderjames, @wanmor1, @Hinchtown, @corbinbleu, @JodieSweetin, @snooki, @Tinashe, etc.) #dwts— en eye see oh el ee (@telly0x) November 24, 2020
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