Dancing With The Stars Season 32: Who Will Be The New Host Of The Show?

The first season of Dancing With the Stars on Disney+ ended in November, and now it’s time to start practicing for the next round of shows. Charli D’Amelio, a star on the video-sharing platform TikTok, carried off the Mirrorball trophy at the end of Season 31.

Fans of Dancing With the Stars are, perhaps predictably, eager to meet this season’s crop of A-list celebrities, their pro dance partners, and the show’s new panel of judges. Here is all you need to know about the 32nd season of Dancing With the Stars.

Will There Be A Season 32 Of Dancing With The Stars?

Is there going to be season 32 of Dancing with the Stars? Yes! In April of 2022, Disney+ announced that it would pick up the competition series for seasons 31 and 32. No announcement has been made regarding the official release date of Dancing With the Stars season 32.

If the previous year is any indication, we can anticipate the premiere of the new season on Disney+ to take place sometime around the middle of September.

Fans may be aware that the show is broadcast during the autumn season. Also, Check out why Rachael’s talk show is ending. Rachael Rays Talk Show To End After 17 Seasons

Who Will Host Season 32 Of Dancing With The Stars?

Though it was assumed that Tyra Banks and Alfonso Ribiero would return as co-hosts, this will not be the case for the Dancing With the Stars 2023 season.

Dancing With The Stars Season 32
Dancing With The Stars Season 32

Tyra confirmed to Deadline on March 17 that she will no longer host the competition show. Furthermore, Variety revealed that Alfonso would return as a co-host, joined by former professional dancer and judge Julianne Hough.

“It is such an honor to be rejoining Dancing with the Stars as co-host. The show holds such a special place in my heart from the many years and different roles I have had the privilege of being a part of,”  she says exclusively to Variety.

She Added: “The incredible team that brings the ballroom to life every night has been my family for the past 17 years. I am so excited to reunite with Alfonso, Carrie Ann, Bruno, Derek, the unbelievably talented pros, and the amazing cast on the dance floor.”

TMZ first reported Tyra’s departure after one of their reporters caught up with the former supermodel. Tyra revealed that she had big plans for her ice cream company, SMIZE & Dream, but it would require her to step back.
“I feel it’s time for me to really focus on my business and my entrepreneurship and also producing more TV but behind the scenes,” she told TMZ. “I think it’s time to graduate from the dance floor to the stock market floor.”

Who Is The Season 32 Cast Of Dancing With The Stars?

Season 31’s cast featured a who’s who of celebrities, from The Bachelorette alum Gabby Windey to actress Selma Blair.
We can expect a variety of TV personalities, actors, singers, athletes, and even influencers, as in previous years, especially after the D’Amelio family blazed the trail. Please click “save” at the top of this story and return here for updates on the professional pairings (which we think will be around September, so keep an eye out).
The Show Tweeted To the fans, asking who is excited about the new season of Dancing with the stars. You can see the Tweet below.

Cheryl Burke, a dance pro with a 26-year run, was among those who announced their departure. She wrote on Instagram ahead of the Dancing With the Stars season 31 finale on November 21 that it “has been one of the absolute hardest decisions of my life, and I am also confident that it is the right one.”
Despite his triumphant return, reigning Mirrorball champion Mark Ballas announced his retirement. He made the career announcement alongside his winning partner Charli on March 13 while performing in the Dancing with the Stars Live 2023 tour.

 The Judges On Season 32 Of Dancing With The Stars?

For the first time in the show’s history, Len Goodman will not return to the judge’s panel. The head judge announced his retirement after season 31.
“I’ve been with the show since it started in 2005, and it’s been a huge pleasure to be a huge part of such a wonderful show. But I’ve decided I’d like to spend more time with my grandchildren and family back in Britain,” he said on the Disney+ show. “I cannot thank you enough, the Dancing With the Stars family. It has been such a wonderful experience for me.”
Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Turniolo, and Derek Hough will return as judges for the 2023 season, Variety confirmed on March 20. According to the source, no fourth person will take Len’s place, so we’ll be back to the standard panel size.

Where To Watch Season 32 Of Dancing With The Stars?

On Monday nights, Dancing with the Stars usually airs live on Disney+ from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET. You can access it through the Disney+ website or the Disney+ app. If you don’t already have a subscription, you can sign up for one starting at $9.99 monthly.

Fans can also visit the platform during the live show to vote online, as fan voting determines which couples survive the night. Meanwhile, you can re-watch all of Season 31’s episodes on the streamer.

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