Since the commencement of America’s ‘Dancing With The Stars’ competition TV series that debuted on June 1, 2005, on ABC, there has never been a dull moment on the show.
Particularly with host like Tom Bergeron who consistently made the show an exciting one setting a ground-breaking stage for the show.
In the wake of hosting the show for such significant time-frame, Tom Bergeron on Monday 13th July, 2020, broke the news that he won’t be coming back to the dance show following 15 years in his role.
He announced this on twitter, saying:
“Just informed Dancing ABC will be continuing without me. I’m grateful for that and for the lifelong friendships made”
Co-host Erin Andrews will also not be returning. The decision comes as ABC and BBC Productions, which produce the show, state they are going in “another inventive direction.”
Meanwhile, Tyra Banks has been announced as the new host of ‘Dancing With The Stars’.
Businesswoman and supermodel Tyra Banks would now be able to include host of this new position to her portfolio.
She will additionally be the official executive producer, as indicated by a news releases from ABC.
Tyra Banks is a supermodel, entrepreneur, and an actress who fiddled with acting, and featured on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and in the long run, began her own production company, which proceeded to deliver her hit TV show, “America’s Next Top Model.”
Dancing with The Stars is an entertainment show, where a celebrity is paired with an expert dancer to perform foreordained dances and contend with one another.