Fourteen years after its premiere , Dancing with the Stars remains a cultural phenomenon. As fans know, professional dancers pair with celebrities to take on various styles of dance and compete in hopes of winning the Mirrorball Trophy. Over celebrities have competed for the title over the course of 27 seasons, and the already controversial upcoming season 28 will bring some changes to the show. And just hours before season 28 kicked off, we learned that contestant Christie Brinkley actually dropped out of the race due to an arm injury. Her replacement? None other than her look-alike daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook , who perfectly fit into mom's costume.
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Dancing With the Stars
The professional ballroom dancers on Dancing With The Stars have become just as famous as the celebrities and socialites they've been paired with. Now, with season 29 starting up again, it's nice to take a look back at who's done what, and who's come back again. No word yet if son Matteo will make an appearance on the show, but fingers crossed! And fans are straight-up losing it over pro Sharna Burgess being on the show again after a one-season hiatus, and ditching her signature bright red hair.
The show was first hosted by Tom Bergeron from its inception until The format of the show consists of a celebrity paired with a professional dancer. Each couple performs predetermined dances and competes against the others for judges' points and audience votes. The couple receiving the lowest combined total of judges' points and audience votes is eliminated each week until only the champion dance pair remains.