Erin Andrews is having fun on Dancing with the Stars
Andres is a co-host for the shows 18th season
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Dancing with the stars is one of the most popular reality shows on TV. The new season of the show has kicked off and one of the hosts is sportscaster Erin Andrews. Andrews is doing well on the show according to People.
The dancing competition kicked off its 18th season Monday. Andrews isn't dancing as a contestant, rather she was hired to co-host along with Tom Bergeron. Andres was brought on to replace the fired co-host Brook Burke-Charvet.
The former co-host was let go with no explanation why, it appears she didn’t know why they let her go either. Brook tweeted, "weird day…shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS…ME."
Whether or not the ratings stay up for the show remains to be seen. People wrote, "Andrews talks with the flat, unhesitant delivery and slanginess of an experienced announcer, and she casually plants herself on the floor with a kind of no-nonsense strength. She is angular and even willowy, but her center of gravity appears to be unshakable. If you covered the Super Bowl, wouldn't you be the same way? How would you survive otherwise? "
The show also gets a new band for this season. Another twister will allow viewers to choose if the dancers should switch partners later in the season. The coolest part was Billy Dee Williams dancing to the Star Wars theme with his partner dressed like Leia.
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