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Dust off the mirrorball—the new era of Dancing With the Stars is upon us.
The 31st season of the celebrity dance competition—which is moving from ABC to Disney+—will premiere on September 19, the streamer announced on August 3.
Tyra Banks will return as host, but she'll be joined by new co-host Alfonso Ribiero. Ribiero is no stranger to the show, of course, as he and partner Witney Carson won season 19 of the series in 2014. Since then, he's appeared as a guest judge and a fill-in host.
"I love Dancing With the Stars so much, this season I asked for a front row seat," Ribiero shared on Instagram July 14. "I am so excited to be the new co-host of Dancing With the Stars and I'm as excited as all of you to see this season's contestants compete for the Mirrorball."
In discussing the move to Disney+, Inaba teased that more changes to the show are in store.
"It's a little bit different," Carrie Ann told E! News in June. "I think the difference is maybe live voting across the country. Maybe there's gonna be some things that will come along with the scripts that I think people are gonna love. People don't always like change, but I think they'll adapt."
Cast announcements for the new season have not yet been announced.
Witness the reinvention when season 31 of Dancing With the Stars premieres September 19 on Disney+.
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