Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach had been declared the winner of Dancing with the Stars 30th season. Now Season 31 of Dancing with the Stars will start in September, and it will feature a search for the Mirror Ball trophy. The dancing competition is entering a new chapter as it transitions from its former home on ABC to its new home on Disney Plus. This season, the show will be broadcast live on both coasts, and voting will take place simultaneously live across the nation. Celebrities and skilled ballroom dancers compete for the ultimate prize the famous Mirror Ball trophy and bragging rights each season. Last year’s race was very tight. Here is everything that (tvacute.com) we know about the upcoming season 31 of Dancing with the Stars and How to Stream Season 31 of Dancing with the Stars on Disney+
In her third season as host and executive producer, Tyra Banks will once again serve as the show’s emcee alongside Alfonso Ribeiro of AFV. Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Derek Hough will once again make up the jury. On September 19 at 8/7c, Dancing With the Stars makes its Disney+ premiere. The reality competition’s Season 31 will go without any commercial breaks, as was initially announced by TVLine.
How to watch Disney+’s Dancing With the Stars Season 31
Beginning Monday, Sept. 19 at 8/7c, Dancing With the Stars will be available exclusively on Disney+. Disney+ subscribers alone are eligible to watch Dancing With the Stars. For access to DWTS and another Disney+ programming. Disney+ generally costs $7.99/month, but new users can sign up for the service for $1.99 for their first month if they move soon (through Sept. 19). A Disney+ Bundle is also available for $13.99/month, which expands the selection by including all Hulu and ESPN+ programming.
Which is Celebrities Will Dancing With the Stars in Season 31?
Gabby Windey from The Bachelorette, The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice, Jordin Sparks from American Idol, Vinny Guadagnino from Jersey Shore, and Shangela from RuPaul’s Drag Race are among the competitors from the world of reality television. Charli D’Amelio and Heidi D’Amelio from The D’Amelio Show are also competitors in the world of social media influencers. Selma Blair, Trevor Donovan, Daniel Durant, Cheryl Ladd, and Jason Lewis are among the proper actors who make up this year’s cast.
Wayne Brady, Jessie James Decker, Joseph Baena, a bodybuilder and model, and, oddly enough, Sam Champion, the GMA weatherman, round out the cast. DWTS veterans Lindsay Arnold and Sharna Burgess won’t be competing this season as professional partners, but Mark Ballas and Louis van Amstel, who last performed on Seasons 25 and 21, respectively, are returning to the program.