\'Dancing With the Stars\' Season 22 Premiere Date Announced
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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 22 Premiere Date Announced


Dancing With the Stars Season 21 comes to an end tonight, but don't worry, ballroom addicts — Season 22 is on its way. In fact, we now have the premiere date.

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OK, here we go: mark your calendar for Monday, March 21, 2016.

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This good news comes via People. So far there's no confirmation about whether or not the normal judges's panel and hosts will return, but we'd be shocked if there was a shakeup. We fully expect to see Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough, Erin Andrews, and, of course, our beloved Tom Bergeron back in the ballroom come March.

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The more interesting question is if Len Goodman might be back. The grumpy head judge took Season 21 off so he didn't have to travel back and forth between L.A. and London, where he judges Strictly Come Dancing. However, that judging gig is only in the fall, and it's unclear if Len plans to come back to the states for the spring season.

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As for the star cast, we don't expect to hear rumors about new recruits until after Season 21 is over, and even then there probably won't be any conversations until next year. We’re keeping our eyes peeled, though.

Catch the second half of the Dancing With the Stars Season 21 finale on Tuesday, November 24 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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