Julianne Hough, who has supported her vocation through a few seasons-in length spells with “Hitting the dance floor with the Stars,” is set to get back to the assembly hall, this time as host. The news comes closely following Tyra Banks declaring she won’t return for Season 32.
Alfonso Ribeiro will return as co-have, and Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough are set as judges. (Len Goodman left toward the finish of Season 31.)
“It is such a distinction to rejoin ‘Hitting the dance floor with the Stars’ as co-have. The show holds such a unique spot in my heart from the numerous years and various jobs I have had the honor of being a piece of,” Hough says in a selective proclamation to Assortment. “The mind boggling group that rejuvenates the dance hall consistently has been my family for the beyond 17 years. I am so eager to rejoin with Alfonso, Carrie Ann, Bruno, Derek, the unimaginably skilled stars, and the astounding cast on the dance floor. The energy is attractive each time you swing by to the assembly hall and I can hardly hold on to feel it once more — and obviously to impart everything to awesome and most faithful fans — for another astonishing season.”
Hough’s new residency at “Hitting the dance floor with the Stars” comes as Disney keeps on developing the program, which was a backbone on ABC from 2005 to 2021. The organization last year chose to manage everything on Disney+, potentially as a method for producing bigger, synchronous crowds for the streaming scene.
She originally showed up on “DWTS” as an expert artist in 2007. She won consecutive seasons — 4 and 5 — with accomplices Apolo Anton Ohno and Hélio Castroneves, separately. She withdrew the show in 2009, however returned 2014 as an adjudicator, prior to leaving again in 2017. She showed up as a visitor judge on the show in 2021.
Hough has showed up in motion pictures including “Vaudeville” and “Free” and was an adjudicator on NBC’s “America Has Ability” in 2019. Moreover, she co-facilitated the 75th Tony Grants: Act One with Darren Criss in 2022.
Her sibling was an expert artist on “DWTS” from 2007 to 2016, bringing back home the mirrorball prize a record-breaking multiple times. In 2020, he got back to the show as an adjudicator for Season 29.
On the facilitating front, Banks supplanted long-lasting hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews when they were startlingly given up in front of Season 29. In the wake of facilitating two seasons alone, Ribeiro joined Banks as a co-have for season 31. He additionally has “America’s Most entertaining Home Recordings.”
“Hitting the dance floor with the Stars,” created by BBC Studios Los Angeles Creations, will get back to Disney+ in the fall.