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The show is hosted by Tom Bergeron, alongside Erin Andrews, who became co-host in season 18.
The format of the show consists of a celebrity paired with a professional dancer.
Drew Lachey served as a temporary replacement for Harris during season 5 (2007) during her absence for 3 weeks due to maternity leave.
Leah Remini filled in for Andrews in week 6 of season 19, due to commitments with the 2014 World Series and filled in for her again in weeks 6 and 7 of season 21 for the 2015 World Series.
There are gold and platinum records dating back to his 1986 debut, , a landmark for the so-called neotraditional movement that also included George Strait, Randy Travis, and Steve Earle, and eventually spawned Garth Brooks; posters for films that he’s starred in, most notably , both of which called on him to play abusive jerks; and a photo of Dwight with Johnny Cash and Buck Owens that’s one Merle Haggard short of being the Mount Rushmore of California country music.
On top of a TV opposite Yoakam that’s playing the Masters on mute is a stack of books on Jean-Michel Basquiat, Leonardo da Vinci, and James Mc Neill Whistler.
Polish supermodel Joanna Krupa wants to show the entire world the two perky reasons why everyone should be watching "Real Housewives of Miami."With the heat in Florida just too much for her beautiful supple skin to bear, the 34-year-old former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant set her gorgeous gals free and sunbathed topless on Friday.
But Joanna and the twins were not alone, as her lucky ass fiancé Romain supervised the entire accidentally on purpose -- but amazing -- photo op.
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.
He worked as a pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines, and under the name of Jake Landrum, acted in several television commercials and programs produced in the Dallas area.