An all-winner Dancing with the Stars season can be extremely aggressive and enjoyable to look at.
Derek Hough agrees that an all-winner season can be nice for the present, which is returning to ABC subsequent season after a really unpopular transfer to Disney+.
Derek is aware of somewhat one thing about what works for DWTS, too, after competing for 17 seasons as an expert dancer and profitable six Mirror Ball Trophies — greater than some other DWTS professional.
He additionally has ties to the present relating to his sister, Julianne Hough, who began as a professional dancer and can now co-host alongside Alfonso Ribiero following Tyra Banks’ exit.
The six-time winner not too long ago admitted that there had been chatter behind the scenes about an all-winner season, which might be the equal of an all-stars season of the hit dance competitors.
Not solely that, however Derek has a listing of who he’d prefer to see do a present of all winners, and he’s additionally shared who he doesn’t need to see return.
Derek Hough’s wishlist for DWTS all-winner season
Derek, who’s now a DWTS decide, advised Selection that he loves the concept of an all-winner season of the present. It’s not going to be the upcoming season, as we’ve already realized a number of the celebrities who might be becoming a member of the Season 32 forged, which begins airing within the fall.
However we’re hoping one thing like this occurs quickly as a result of he’s proper, it might be very aggressive and possibly a number of enjoyable to look at.
Relating to who he would need to see compete, Derek shared, “I think Rashad Jennings would love to come back. Donny Osmond, I know he’d probably love to come back too. Even Jordan Fisher, who was fantastic.”
He additionally talked about Bindi Irwin and Nicole Scherzinger as dancers he’d prefer to see again, and that’s a very good factor since he gained alongside them.
No one requested us, however we’d additionally like to see Kristi Yamaguchi, Jennifer Gray, Hannah Brown, and Iman Shumpert lace their dancing sneakers again up.
On the subject of who he doesn’t assume ought to return for an all-winner season, despite the fact that he’s a winner can be Alfonso Ribiero. And his reasoning isn’t shady. The truth is, it makes good sense. Alfonso is a co-host of the present now so, like Derek, he’s been promoted.
It doesn’t appear to be Derek would need to compete on a present like that both, even when the perfect of the perfect return. Whereas he didn’t flat out refuse, Derek mentioned, “I feel like I’ve done that: I really squeezed the juice out of that you, if you will. I love being a judge. I never say never because at the end of the day, I love to entertain, I love to perform and if it is something that audiences want to see… Never say never.”
What to learn about Season 32 of Dancing with the Stars
Among the best issues about Season 32 of Dancing with the Stars is that it will likely be again on ABC after a controversial transfer to Disney+ for only one season.
Sadly, Len Goodman handed away in April, so he gained’t be there to guide the judges. He’s not replaceable both, which suggests we’ll solely have three judges subsequent season — Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli.
Relating to the professional dancers, we mentioned goodbye after the final season to Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas, who’ve retired their professional dancing sneakers, with Mark preferring to exit on high as he gained the final season with Charli D’Amelio.
Ariana Madix has already introduced her plans to compete when Dancing with the Stars returns to ABC this fall. That was a no brainer after she shot to fame amid the Scandoval drama on Vanderpump Guidelines.
The remainder of the forged hasn’t been revealed but and gained’t be till mid-September earlier than the season premiere.
Dancing with the Stars returns to Monday nights this fall on ABC.