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Dancing With The Stars Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

 

What is “Dancing with the Stars”?
A: It is an American dance competition show.

In what year did Dancing with the Stars first air?
A: 2005.

What television network does Dancing air on?
A: ABC in the United States, and CTV/CTV Two in Canada.

The show is the American version of what British television series?
A:  Strictly Come Dancing.

Who is the Emmy-winning host?
A: Tom Bergeron.

Who became co-host in season eighteen?
A: Erin Andrews.

Who was the co-host in season one?
A:  Lisa Canning.

Who co-hosted the show during seasons two through nine?
A: Samantha Harris.

Which seasons did Brooke Burke-Charvet host?
A: Seasons ten through seventeen.

The contestant pairs consist of a celebrity paired with a what?
A: Professional dancer.

On the show, each couple performs predetermined dances and competes against the others for what?
A: Judges' points and audience votes.

What happens to the couple receiving the lowest combined total of judges' points and audience votes?
A: They are eliminated.

Who are the main judges for the show?
A: Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli.

Former professional Julianne Hough was added as a what?
A: Permanent fourth judge on the panel for season 19.

How many celebrities have appeared in the 19 seasons of the series?
A: 211.

How many professional partners have appeared alongside celebrities?
A: 42.

Who are the longest-tenured professional partners?
A: Cheryl Burke and Tony Dovolani.

A dance troupe has appeared during the Tuesday results shows since what season?
A: Season 12.

For 17 seasons, who provided the live music for the show?
A: The Harold Wheeler orchestra and singers.

How is public voting conducted?
A: Via a toll-free number, the ABC website, and, most recently, text messages and Facebook.

Seasons one and three featured only two celebrities in the final week instead of how many?
A: Three.

On the April 18, 2006 episode of the Howard Stern Radio Show, Stern's wife Beth said that she was guaranteed to earn how much money for just appearing on DWTS?
A: $125,000.

Who was the first person to withdraw from competition?
A: Romeo in the season two.

On week six in season three, Sara Evans cited her divorce as the reason for doing what?
A: Leaving the competition.

In season seven, Misty May-Treanor withdrew from the competition in week three, after rupturing her what?
A: Achilles tendon.

In season eight, who was injured before the season even began and could not compete?
A: Jewel and Nancy O'Dell.

Jewel was diagnosed with what injury?
A: Fractured tibias in both legs.

In season sixteen, what Olympic figure skating champion had to withdraw from the competition due to doctor's orders for a spinal injury?
A: Dorothy Hamill.

What happened to Marie Osmond after her performance in week five of the competition?
A: She fainted.

In season six, who suffered a ruptured tendon in his left biceps muscle during his performance on week seven?
A: Cristián de la Fuente.

On the October 27 performance show, Hough announced that she having surgery on October 28 to have what removed?
A: Her appendix.

In season nine, both Lacey Schwimmer and Derek Hough had “what”  and could not perform with their partners?
A: The flue.

In season ten, Evan Lysacek broke what during rehearsal?
A: Two of his toes.

In season 14, broke two ribs in an incident where her ribs hit her partner, Derek Hough's, knee?
A: Maria Menounos.

In season 15, what did Melissa Rycroft suffer during her Team Freestyle rehearsal?
A: A herniated disc.

In season 16, Dorothy Hamill withdrew from the competition during the week two results show due what kind of injury?
A: A back injury.

In season 17, Bill Nye was taken to a hospital for what type of injury?
A: A quadriceps injury.