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Dancing With The Stars Season 29: Cast Revealed

Dancing With The Stars Season 29: It is a hit American series in which celebrities perform dance routines with professional dancers.
The new cast will dance their way into the ballroom on September 14 as revealed on 2nd September, Wednesday.

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CAST REVEALED

Bristowe, McLean, and Baskin will be joining the previously reported stars Chrishell Stause, Anne Heche, and Vernon Davis, as well as Skai Jackson, Johnny Weir, Nev Schulman, Jesse Metcalfe, Nelly, Machado, Monica, Jeannie Mai, and Oakley. It is possible that this new season will be the most exciting with a talented and unexpected cast of fifteen amazing celebrities.
Before Wednesday ABC confirmed the Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe and AJ McLean our beloved Backstreet Boy heartthrob will be showing their dancing talent and skill on the show. The viewers will have to watch the first show to see the pairings. Also, we will see a new host, Tyra Banks in this season who will also be an executive producer on the show. This time another challenge is to follow the guidelines of isolation in the pandemic and then perform without getting affected.

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PREMIERE DATE

The all-new season of “Dancing With the Stars” will premiere at 8 p.m. on September fourteen on ABC. The star-studded show involves competition to win the beautiful disco ball. The portraits of these influential stars were designed and revealed recently. Some of the cast of the upcoming dancing with the stars, season 29 added new magic to their portraits by posing sharply, while others were just normal and plain about it. This suggested that they are in the show to just participate and swoop the disco ball from their competitors.

Apart from that, you can watch your favorite episodes a week after they air without your television on ABC.com. The episodes of the dance show will also be available on Hulu + Live TV account which you can try for a week absolutely free.

 

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