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Meanwhile, former contestant Lisa Riley will guest host the matinee and evening shows on February 8.
Goodman said: "I am very much looking forward to getting behind the judges' desk with Craig, Tom and Camilla while the tour is at The O2. The Strictly Come Dancing live tour is great fun for all the family and I can't wait to be back."
Riley added: "I'm really looking forward to continuing my Strictly journey and I'm thrilled to have been asked to once again host the Strictly tour at The O2. I can't wait to get back out on that dance floor with the stars of this amazing tour and »
"No, this is not Len's last season." Wait, what?! Didn't head judge Len Goodman announce he was leaving Dancing With the Stars after its upcoming 20th season? "Dancing with the Stars—next year is their 10th year, it's the 20th series of the show. So I think that's a nice place to stop," Goodman, who has been with the show since it began in 2004, said. But now, executive producer Rob Wade tells E! News Goodman is not exiting the ABC reality hit series after all! "Len finished last season, did an interview afterwards and I think genuinely he's found it tough. That's why we only had him on for half the season last season. The travel, he's »
"I think I intimidated him too much," Julianne joked about her brother's exit from the show.
Photos: ‘Dancing’s’ Derek Hough
Derek will be playing the lead male role in Radio City Music Hall's "New York Spring Spectacular!"
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The Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour is underway and Moviefone sat in for the panels at ABC's day to present their upcoming roster of programming. We got some scoop on new shows and returning favorites -- here are the highlights!
1. "Dancing With the Stars" Will Be Back...
2. The Future of "Revenge"
When asked about the fate of the soapy series, ABC Prez seemed confident that the show will go on. "I've always loved the show and it's a critical brand for us," he explained. "We have some great story lines coming up. And there are ways to reinvent it too."
3. "Nashville" Love
"We're loving Nashville. We're going to have some great announcements about people who are going to appear on Nashville. It's »
- Alana Altmann
ABC unveiled premiere dates for “Dancing With the Stars,” new reality series “Repeat After Me” and a 25th anniversary celebration of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour. Also, the network announced that “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will return to South By Southwest for five original shows this March.
We’ll go in chronological order: First, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” returns with a special on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. Et.
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The 29-year-old entertainer will be skipping this season of the hit ABC show so that he can star as the male lead in New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall alongside the Rockettes and Tony Award-winning actress Laura Benanti.
And only Et has the inside scoop as to whether Derek might be able to squeeze in a DWTS appearance this season.
Photos: Complete Dancing with the Stars Winners List
"I'm moving over to the East coast for a couple of months," he exclusively tells Et. "I'm joining this amazing show at Radio City Music Hall, which is incredibly iconic and amazing and grand and spectacular, it's just amazing. I’m really excited about it."
New York Spring Spectacular kicks off in March, the same month Dancing with the Stars celebrates its 20th anniversary, something [link=nm »
Derek Hough is stepping away from the ballroom — for now.
Hough is leaving “Dancing With the Stars” for the upcoming 20th season but will return for Season 21, ABC has confirmed.
The “DWTS” pro, who joined the competition series in its fifth season, is taking a temporary leave to join Radio City Music Hall’s limited production “New York Spring Spectacular,” which debuts in March for its seven-week run.
Hough will play the male lead, Jack, opposite “Nashville’s” Laura Benanti, Madison Square Garden Entertainment and Weinstein Live announced Tuesday. The limited show begins previews on March 12 and runs through May 3.
“I am ecstatic that I’ll be able to extend my passion for performing to the Great Stage of Radio City Music Hall in New York Spring Spectacular,” Hough said in a statement. “Performing at Radio City Music Hall in a show that celebrates everything that is beloved about New York City is a dream. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The famous faces discuss the pet hates found lurking in their Room 101 - from the metric system to "a certain kind of karaoke DJ".
The Musketeers: BBC One, 9pm
The epic BBC drama set on the streets of 17th century Paris returns for a second series.
Tonight, Athos, Aramis, Porthos and D'Artagnan try to break a French general out of an impenetrable prison in Spain.
Jimmy Carr hosts this 10-year anniversary special, looking back at the most memorable events of the last decade.
Crisis: Watch, 9pm
Gillian Anderson and »
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