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Dancing With the Stars choreographer and lead choreographer of the Taylor Swift The Eras Tour, Mandy Moore, will be in the ballroom as a guest judge.
The pop star will be watching the episode, she revealed during a surprise appearance on the show (via video) last week. “I can’t wait to see Dancing With the Stars celebration of my Eras next week,” she said. “I wish I could be there with you guys, but I’m on tour in Brazil. I will be there in spirit, and I’ll be watching!”
The dance competition show launched its 32nd season on Sept. 26, with a star-studded cast that includes Jason Mraz, Ariana Madix, Alyson Hannigan, and more.
For Tuesday’s Eras-themed episode, the pros will likely perform an opening number to Swift’s music. The remaining six contestants from this season will also perform dance numbers to Swift’s songs, although the songs and dance styles have yet to be announced.
See below for everything you need to know and how to watch and stream Dancing With the Stars.
How to Watch Dancing With the Stars for Free
New episodes of Dancing With the Stars premiere on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC. Where can you watch Dancing With the Stars for free? A TV antenna is an affordable way to access ABC and other local channels, but if you need streaming options that don’t require you to pay up front, subscribe to a free trial from DirecTV or Fubo.
DirecTV is currently offering its best deal of 2023. For a limited time, new customers get access to 75+ channels including local and cable channels, plus DirecTV’s Sports Pack, DVR storage and unlimited device streams for $69.98/month for two months (reg. $94.98/month).
Fubo‘s streaming plans are also on sale. Streaming plans start at $54.99 for 178 channels and DVR storage. Sling TV is another affordable way to stream live television, plans start at $20/month. And if you don’t mind streaming on demand, watch DWTS on Hulu. You can subscribe to Hulu for just $0.99/month for an entire year under Hulu’s Black Friday promo, which launched on Tuesday.
Hulu’s ad-supported plan is $7.99/month, but the Black Friday drop the price down to $12 for an entire year. The limited offer ends Nov. 28 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
$7.99/month 88% off
You can stream DWTS on your TV, computer or another compatible device, and if you want to watch from outside of the U.S., try ExpressVPN or NordVPN to access channels and streaming platforms internationally.
How to Stream Dancing With the Stars on Disney+
Episodes from previous seasons are also streaming on Disney+ and Hulu. If you’re not subscribed, launch your subscription here or click the blue buy button. Plans start at $7.99/month.
Unfortunately, the Disney+ deal — saving you 75% off the monthly subscription for three months — isn’t available anymore. But there are still ways to save on your Disney+ subscription. For example, join Hulu + Live TV and enjoy live television, along with Hulu and Disney+ for less than $80/month.
What else is streaming on Disney+? As the main streaming home for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic, Disney+ provides thousands of hours of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, including concert specials, movies and shows such as Loki, Ahsoka, Dashing Through the Snow, Elemental and Diary of a Wimpy Kid (out Dec. 8), along with concert specials and music-themed shows like Elton John Live: From Dodger Stadium, BTS: Permission to Dance – LA, and High School Musical: The Musical Series.
Who Is in the Dancing With the Stars Season 32 Cast
A total of 14 contestants including Mraz, Beckford, Madix, Hannigan, Jamie Lynn Spears, Xochitl Gomez, Harry Jowsey, Charity Lawson, Adrian Peterson, Lele Pons, Mauricio Umansky, Matt Walsh, Mira Sorvino and Barry Williams, signed on to compete for the mirrorball trophy this season. Walsh, Spears, Beckford, Sorvino, Peterson, Umansky, Pons and Williams have been eliminated, so far.
The remaining dancers include Madix, Mraz, Lawson, Gomez, Hannigan and Jowsey.
Alfonso Ribiero returns as host this season alongside new co-host Julianne Hough. Also back this season: longtime judges Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Derek Hough.
During the DWTS premiere episode in September, the show debuted the Lynn Goodman Mirrorball Trophy in honor of former judge, Lynn Goodman, who passed away in April.
Each week follows a different theme on DWTS such as “Disney 100 Night,” “Latin Night,” and “Motown Night” and “Whitney Houston Night.”
Watch a clip from last week’s episode below.