‘DWTS’ Fans Vow To “Never Watch Again” After Shocking Len Goodman News

‘DWTS’ Fans Vow To “Never Watch Again” After Shocking Len Goodman News

‘DWTS’ Lane Goodman responded to the news on TwitterScreenshot/Raymond Liu – Disney

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Dancing with the Stars Sure has seen its fair share of twists and turns, but the ballroom has yet to receive its biggest shock.

During the semifinals of Season 31 on November 14, celebrity contestants and pro partners battled to continue their journey to the Mirrorball trophy. The Disney+ episode featured many memorable moments from dance pro Witney Carson Announcing her pregnancy Two favorite eliminations sent two home. However, perhaps the biggest surprise came when Chief Justice Dr Lane Goodman announced his retirement.

inside a clip Show, tweeted by the host Tyra Banks took a break between performances and addressed Lane, noting that the 78-year-old had seen more than 3,000 routines during his tenure. He says this will be his last season Dancing with the Starsso that stunned audience members let out audible gasps and dropped jaws.

“Well, while we’re all getting excited and looking forward to next week’s final, it’s also a touch sad because this will be my last season. Dancing with the Stars” he said in the series.

Lane continued: “I’ve been with the show since it started in 2005, and it’s been a huge pleasure to be a huge part of such a great show. But I’ve decided I want to spend more time with my grandchildren. And The family returned to Britain.”

“I can’t thank you enough, Dancing with the Stars Family. It has been such a wonderful experience for me. I’m really looking forward to next week’s finale. I am sure it is going to be absolutely brilliant,” he concluded.

Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli & Derek Hough Clap As Len Announces Retirement From 'Dancing With The Stars'

(L to R) Carrie Ann Inaba (offscreen), Lane Goodman, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli applaud as Lane announces her retirement from ‘Dancing with the Stars.’Raymond Liu – ABC

Without hesitation, the room erupted in applause and teary-eyed fellow judges stood up and chanted. Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough And Bruno Tonioli He clapped his hands and ran to hug him. equally devastated, Dancing with the Stars Fans later flooded Twitter.

“The show is ruined. Now, I know I will never watch again. I love Len. I wish him well.” A person wrote. “Oh no Len, don’t you! The show wouldn’t be the same without you and I mean it! I wish you’d stayed” Another one has been added. “He was the best judge ever ❤️ He will be missed so much. Wishing Lane well and happiness. Can’t hold back the tears 💔,” A different fan said.

The notoriously critical judge has been a pillar of the show since its inception in 2005. This isn’t the first time in the show’s history that we’ve seen Lane absent. Although not in permanent capacity, Derek sat in Lane’s seat 29 in the season After the coronavirus pandemic, it became difficult for British judges to travel to the US to film. Still, Lane has made occasional virtual appearances to offer his expertise.

No word on who might replace Lane as head judge, but we can assume the series will have at least a three-judge panel. for now, flow Dancing with the Stars Season 31 finale (Nov. 21) to watch Lane’s all-important final bow, and of course, see who takes home the award.

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