Model and actress Brooke Burke will be the new co-host of Dancing with the Stars for season 10, ABC announced Monday on Good Morning America. The DWTS season 7 champion said she is thrilled to join Tom Bergeron in hosting the hit reality show.
“Today is one of the most exciting days ever!!!” Burke said in a post on her web site. “With the exception of my family and children, today tops the list of all my professional endeavors!!! …I’m crossing off one more thing from my Bucket List!”
Burke said she can relate to the competitors on the show because she’s been there herself. “I know what it’s like to step out there on the dance floor on a whim and a prayer, trying to pull off the impossible,” Brooke said. “I’ll see you there March 22nd. This time a LOT less stressed!”
Brooke Burke and partner Derek Hough won the season 7 Dancing with the Stars competition back in 2008. Burke has also had quite a bit of experience playing a reality TV show host, including gigs with E!’s Wild On!, Rock Star: INXS and TV Land’s She’s Got the Look.
We wish Burke well with her new job and look forward to seeing how the new season of Dancing with the Stars plays out. It never hurts to have a hot co-host to distract from the sometimes embarrassingly bad dance moves of the contestants!
We didn’t quite believe it when the rumor hit that former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star Kate Gosselin would be appearing on the new season of Dancing With the Stars. Apparently, we were wrong to think she had more important things to do with herself (like raising her eight children). Kate Gosselin will indeed be starring on Dancing With the Stars season 10, along with a cast of other oddballs.
The season 10 cast of Dancing With the Stars was announced Monday night during the finale of The Bachelor. As usual, the DWTS season 10 cast is a mixture of cool, weird and just plain WTF were they thinking?
In addition to reality TV mom Kate Gosselin, the season 10 DWTS cast also includes Shannen Doherty of Beverly Hills, 90210 fame – another woman we could happily let fade into obscurity and never have to hear from again. Well known for her ball-busting ways, we look forward to SOME kind of drama emerging from this one’s dressing room.
The obligatory sports-themed contestants this season include football player Chad Ochocinco and Olympic gold medal figure skater Evan Lysachek. We’re already calling Lysachek as our favorite. I mean seriously, if this guy can dance like that on skates, what can he do with both feet actually on the floor?
Embarrassed ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews will also be tying on her dancing shoes. Let’s just hope they can keep the stalkers from video-taping her backstage changing into those ridiculous costumes. Poor Andrews certainly doesn’t need any more nude videos floating around.
Dancing With the Stars Season 10 Cast
The Bachelor star Jake Pavelka is apparently already bored enough with his chosen bride-to-be Vienna that he’s decided to sign on for another reality show run to escape her clutches. Personally, we think he’ll probably get booted pretty fast. Seriously, he’s about as interesting as dry toast.
Pamela Anderson will be taking the slot of aging sex symbol in this season’s cast. Mostly we’re just curious if she’ll be able to keep her massive assets contained in those skimpy outfits while bouncing around attempting not to fall on her ass.
Taking the weirdness prize this season is 80-year-old astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Like with previous contestant Tom Delay, we’ll be biting our nails hoping Aldrin doesn’t just collapse in the middle of a dance and have to be rushed off to the ER.
Reno 911‘s Niecy Nash, former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger and soap opera player Aiden Turner round out the rest of the DTWS season 10 cast.
Who is your favorite for taking the top prize on DWTS this season? And who do you think is going to crash and burn right from the start?