When Does 'Dancing With The Stars' Coming Back For Season 26?

Carla Harmon
November 22, 2017

In a not-surprising turn of events, actor Jordan Fisher won "Dancing With the Stars" Season 25 on Tuesday night.

The celebrity roster of ABC's next edition of Dancing With the Stars will include all athletes, the show revealed during Tuesday night's season 25 finale, where Broadway star Jordan Fisher was crowned the victor. That's right, male and female sports stars from different fields will bring their chiseled bodies to the ballroom floor and compete for that coveted Mirrorball Trophy.


Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews will return to host the special all-athletes edition of DWTS.

A shortened four-week mini competition instead of a full season could be a risky gamble (or a schedule-saving move, considering ABC will be the new home for American Idol in March 2018), but DWTS pros seemed on board with the never-before-done concept. I think he would be great", Fisher shared, adding, "I think Shaq would be great.


Tell us what you think! "[Also] someone who was from the winning Super Bowl team [and] someone that wins gold at the Olympics".

Two weeks ago, Fisher had a scratched cornea, while Arnold injured her leg.


Watch clips and full episodes of Dancing With the Stars for free on Yahoo View. "But the coolest part is having what we got to establish, a bond and trust and love for each other that exceeds so much in life and that's a thing that I'm taking away from this for sure".

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