Former “Dancing With The Stars” Host Brooke Burke Drags New Host Tyra Banks For Being “A Diva” And Pulling Focus
Dancing With The Stars has gone through a lot of changes recently. Most drastic is the change from the series moving from ABC to Disney+. But before that, Tyra Banks took over from Tom Bergeron who hosted since season one. But that’s Tyra Banks: DRAHMAH! And that’s the problem, so says Brooke Burke, a former host of the show. In a new interview, Brooke’s review of Tyra of a host is not glowing. Calling her a “Diva,” Brooke more than suggests that Tyra often pulls focus. YOU DON’T SAY?!
The entire cast of who will shimmy for attention and a check on the new season of Dancing with the Stars was announced this morning. We already heard that YouTuber JoJo Siwa joined the cast and will be part of the U.S. version’s first same-sex pair. Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Sunisa “Suni” Lee was also named as a contestant, as well as world-renowned collegiate rower Olivia Jade. And today, we learned that also part of the cast is Sporty Spice herself, Melanie Chisholm, from the Spice Girls. Pack it up losers! It’s time to spice up your goddamn lives!
Dancing With The Stars will be back for season 7421 this fall. Okay, only the 30th but honestly, it feels like more. The show has been on for 16 years and this coming season will feature the first-ever same-sex pairing. Two members of the cast have already been announced. Gold medalist Olympic gymnast, Sunisa “Suni” Lee, and dancing ponytail JoJo Siwa will be a part of the cast. JoJo will dance with a female partner. Other countries’ versions of DWTS have featured same-sex couples, but this is the first time the U.S. version has. So ABC’s feedback line better be prepared to explode from all of the gay-hating tricks who are going to call in.
Meanwhile On “Dancing With The Stars,” Tyra Banks Screwed Up And Anne Heche Talked About How Going Public With Ellen DeGeneres Messed Up Her Career
SPOILER ALERT for the two of you here who watch: Anne Heche was eliminated from Dancing With The Stars this week but not before Tyra Banks experienced her first major televised fuck up as she announced an incorrect bottom two. And apparently after the elimination, Anne was pissed. But before she huffed off, she talked about how dating Ellen DeGeneres fucked shit up for her, and I’m not talking about the time she ended up at a stranger’s house in the desert and told them she was the daughter of God. I’m talking about her money and movie career.
Carole Baskin, the 59-year-old big-cat rescuer who was famous for fifteen minutes because coronavirus quarantine was keeping sane people indoors and so they all watched Tiger King for some reason, is getting sued. Carole, who is currently doing the least on Dancing with the Accused Murderers Stars, has long been accused of murdering her husband (who disappeared one day), Don Lewis, and feeding him to her big cats after running his dead body through a meat grinder. His family is now suing her for allegedly being part of jokes about Don’s disappearance on DWTS.
The Cast Of The 29th Season Of “Dancing With The Stars” Has Been Announced, And Yes, Carole Baskin Is In It
Dancing With The Stars officially announced the cast of its 29th season on Good Morning America today. We already heard that tiger savior and possible husband murderer Carole Baskin and Anne Heche were going to risk breaking their bones for a check, and joining them and the rest of the cast will be Nev Schulman of MTV’s Catfish and Jesse Metcalf, the big-tittied gardener from Desperate Housewives.
The new season starts on September 14th and if the promos are any indication this cast reveal doesn’t even matter because this show is going to be all about new host and executive producer, Tyra Banks. Well, we’ve known for quite some time that much like the Borg, Tyra likes to insert herself places and take the fuck over.