Carrie Ann Inaba Opens Up - Dancing With The Stars Format 


Dancing with the Stars will not follow the same format once it shifts to Disney+!

Longtime judge Carrie Ann Inaba has opened up about what fans can expect once the long-running dance competition shifts to Disney+.

While chatting with THOUSIF Inc., Carrie Ann Inaba teased that the show's voting structure may be the most significant change.

"It is a little bit different," she shared. "I think the difference is maybe live to vote across the country."

DWTS has faced criticism in the past over its voting structure.

For season 30, which aired in fall 2021, voting was only open during the show's Eastern and Central air times.

This left viewers from the West Coast unable to vote for their favorite performances.

Aside from the voting structure, Carrie Ann Inaba teased more changes.

"Maybe there is gonna be some things that will come along with the scripts that I think people are gonna love," continued Carrie Ann Inaba.

"People do not always like change, but I think they will adapt."

Inaba also confirmed that she would return as a judge of the show transitions onto Disney+.

"I will be at the judges' table where I normally sit next season. I am very excited about it," she said.

"I think it is going to be a perfect chance. After 30 seasons, some shows do not make it that far."

"We are still evolving and trying new things, and it says a lot about our brand."

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