American TV personality, Tyra Banks will be exiting ‘Dancing With The Stars’ after hosting 3 seasons.
In order to replace the departing Tom Bergeron, Banks initially appeared on the show in season 29 on ABC.
While she brought a new level of energy to the ballroom, her live interactions with the judges and the competitors were frequently awkward.
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Her tenure was met with mixed reviews. Her big entrances also outshone the professionals, who continue to be a major draw for devoted DWTS viewers.
Alfonso Ribeiro, the winner of season 19 of Mirrorball, was Banks’ partner on DWTS last season.
A new season of DWTS hasn’t been announced by Disney+, but it’s likely to continue on the streamer.
Judge Len Goodman announced his departure from the show last year, and pros Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas also said they would be hanging up their Danskins.
The streaming service has not yet disclosed any viewership figures for the dancing competition program, which continues to get media attention because to its casting choices and competitive performances.