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'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30 premieres

(CNN) — "Dancing with the Stars" 30th season premiered on Monday night, with a same-sex dancing team and one contestant who upset some viewers just by being there. Contestant Olivia Jade Giannulli (Olivia Jade) is under scrutiny because her parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, served time in prison for the college admissions scandal that exploded in March of 2019.
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Dancing With the Stars recap: See who earned the lowest score by doing something completely different

Jojo Siwa danced last with a female partner, a show first. Welcome back, ballroom lovers! It's season 30 of Dancing With the Stars, and though the audience is still missing because of the pandemic, the garish Tyra Banks dresses are not! Serious regret, though, that the DWTS doors remain closed to the outside world — and that includes journos like me, who look forward to sitting backstage and eating the free pigs in a blanket. But at least Len Goodman is back on the judges' dais, and a Chmerkovskiy is in the house!
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DWTS Season 30 Premiere Recap: Who Made the Best First Impression?

The first episode of Dancing With the Stars‘ milestone 30th season is in the books, and it’s left me with one very pressing question: How was everybody so freakin’ good? If you’ve watched a lot of DWTS in the past, you know to keep expectations low for the premiere episode, which usually features quite a few rocky routines (and at least one pro visibly counting out the steps for his or her celeb partner). Monday’s Season 30 debut, though, delivered an exceptionally high number of really excellent routines — so many, in fact, that I’m starting to seriously question some of the pre-season...
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Iman Shumpert was robbed on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ after absolutely killing it

It was the season premiere of Dancing With the Stars on Monday night, and everyone in the sports world is taking about Iman Shumpert, who lit the floor on fire. Dancing the jive to “Hey Ya!” by Outkast, Shump showed some SERIOUS footwork that kind of blew everyone away. It’s also prompted a bit of a judging controversy, with fans of the show very upset that Shumpert and partner Daniella Karagach were only given a 4/10 for their routine by one judge, and a 21/40 overall.
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Sports Illustrated

How to Watch Dancing With The Stars: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Get ready for another great season of Dancing With the Stars that includes Olympic Gold Medalist Suni Lee, WWE Star Mike "The Miz" Mizanin, and NBA Champion Iman Shumpert. You can stream Dancing With The Stars on fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!. The 30th season of Dancing with...
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countryliving.com

Jimmie Allen Fans Have So Many Thoughts About His First 'Dancing With the Stars' Performance

Country music fans have never seen moves like this from Jimmie Allen! The "Make Me Want To" singer took the first step toward bringing home the coveted Mirror Ball trophy when he danced the tango with partner Emma Slater on the premiere of Dancing With the Stars. Jimmie stars alongside Brian Austin Green, Matt James, Amanda Kloots, Suni Lee, Jojo Siwa, and more on season 30 of the show.
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Cheryl Burke Is ‘Nervous’ to Compete on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Sober: ‘I am Feeling Insecure and I am Scared’

Pre-show jitters! Cheryl Burke revealed why competing on Dancing With the Stars sober is so nerve-wracking ahead of the season 30 premiere. “I’m Nervous for DWTS … Confession time — this may be my 24th time doing #dwts, and even though I’m SO excited, I also have major nerves,” the 37-year-old dancer captioned an Instagram video of herself driving to rehearsal on Monday, September 20. “Doing this show sober has really made me realize my every insecurity and the amount of pressure I put on myself, which is tough.”
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Brian Austin Green Says He's Doing DWTS 'Because of My Girlfriend' Sharna Burgess as They Kiss After First Dance

For the first time in Dancing with the Stars history, a pairing is entering a season as a couple. On Monday, during the season 30 premiere, Brian Austin Green and his girlfriend, pro Sharna Burgess performed the foxtrot for their first dance of the competition. The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 48, and the season 27 mirrorball champion, 36, earned a score of 24 out of 40.
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Dancing with the Stars Season 30: Contestants, Dancers, Judges, and Everything to Know

Popular dancing competition showDancing With the Stars is back for its milestone 30th season this fall with a cast that includes several reality TV stars, an NBA champion, a pop sensation, and the reigning women's gymnastics all-around gold medalist. Also, for the first time ever, the show will feature a same-sex couple in the ballroom. During a Q&A with the 2021 Television Critics Association summer press tour, host Tyra Banks said that having a same-sex couple is "so new and so exciting" and she thinks it is "going to change lives" and "going to save lives."
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‘Dancing With The Stars’ Sets First Same-Sex Pairing Featuring JoJo Siwa; Suni Lee Also Joins Season 30 – Update

ABC’s Dancing With the Stars will be breaking new ground in the upcoming 30th season. During a TCA panel for the show Thursday, host Tyra Banks and executive producer Andrew Llinares revealed that the new season will feature a same-sex partnership for the first time in DWTS history. Llinares said that JoJo Siwa, who recently came out as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, will be paired with a woman dancer. Social media personality Siwa earlier in the panel was unveiled as one of the first two celebrity contestants in Season 30, along with Olympic gold medal gymnast Suni Lee. Additional...
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CNN

'Dancing With the Stars' Season 30 cast revealed

(CNN) — An Olympian, a "Bachelor" and an influencer will try to dance their way to your votes. The new cast for Season 30 of "Dancing With the Stars" was announced on "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning, and the reality competition kept with its usual formula of fan faves and headline makers.
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