Dancing With the Stars' season 29 finale airs tonight (Monday, Nov. 23) at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Do the hustle on your way to watch Dancing With the Stars 2020 finale online or on ABC. Season 29 of the reality competition show is coming to an end after crowning a winner and bestowing the coveted mirrorball trophy.
The Dancing With the Stars finalists are former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe, actress Justina Machado, rapper Nelly and Catfish host Nev Schulman. Season 29's cast was a fascinating one, with the usual former athletes like figure skater Johnny Weir and a few truly out-there selections, like animal rights activist Carole Baskin from Tiger King.
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Dancing With the Stars 2020 ushered in big changes to the long-running series. Hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews are no longer part of the show, replaced by Tyra Banks. And there's a new, but familiar face at the judges' table: Derek Hough will take the spot of Len Goodman, who is unable to travel from the UK due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Speaking of restrictions, this season of DWTS was looked very different this edition. There's no audience, backup dancers and band. The judges table is wider, so that they can practice social distancing from each other and from the dancers.
All of the contestants and pros have been tested multiple times a week. Each couple formed a "pod" and did not come into contact with the other couples. Even the pros who are married to each other had to remain separate.
Here's everything you need to know to watch Dancing With the Stars 2020 finale online.
How to watch Dancing With the Stars season 29 finale anywhere, with a VPN
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How to watch Dancing With the Stars 2020 finale in the US
U.S. fans can watch the Dancing With the Stars season 29 finale episode today (Monday, Nov. 23) at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The broadcast network is available if you have an antenna or cable package.
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How to watch Dancing With the Stars 2020 finale in Canada
Canadians can waltz along with American fans to watch the Dancing With the Stars season 29 finale. The show is airing on CTV and on the CTV App.
How to watch Dancing With the Stars 2020 finale in the UK
Bad news for Brits. The UK has its original ballroom competition show, Strictly Come Dancing, but anyone who wants to watch the American version's season 29 finale will need to check out ExpressVPN.
Dancing With the Stars season 29 cast
Here is the cast of Dancing With the Stars 2020 and their pro counterparts, in order of elimination:
- Charles Oakley - Former NBA power forward (pro: Emma Slater)
- Carole Baskin - Big cat rights activist from Netflix's Tiger King (pro: Pasha Pashkov)
- Anne Heche - Actress (pro: Keo Motsepe)
- Jesse Metcalfe - Actor (pro: Sharna Burgess)
- Vernon Davis - Former NFL tight end (pro Peta Murgatroyd)
- Monica Aldama - Cheerleading coach from Netflix's Cheer (pro: Valentin Chmerkovskiy)
- Jeannie Mai - TV host and stylist (pro: Brandon Armstrong)
- Chrishell Stause - Reality TV actress (pro: Gleb Savchenko)
- AJ McLean - Backstreet Boys singer (pro: Cheryl Burke)
- Johnny Weir - Olympic figure skater (pro: Britt Stewart)
- Skai Jackson - Disney Channel actress (pro: Alan Bersten)
- Kaitlyn Bristowe - The Bachelorette season 11 lead
- Justina Machado - Actress (One Day at a Time)
- Nelly - Rapper & singer
- Nev Schulman - Host and producer of MTV's Catfish