“Dancing with the Stars” will dedicate an entire night to Taylor Swift. The ABC celebrity dance competition will feature a special “A Celebration of Taylor Swift” on Nov. 21.
The episode will see the six remaining couples dance to songs from the pop superstar’s catalog, while “DWTS” choreographer Mandy Moore will serve as guest judge. Moore also choreographed Swift’s Eras Tour. The dance styles and songs the couples will perform will be revealed at a later date.
The “Mirrorball” singer has appeared on the show before, celebrating the release of her 2010 album “Speak Now” on the show with a performance of “Mine” and her “Fearless” track “White Horse.”
Fans will be able to vote live during the show. Live viewer votes are combined with judges’ scores to decide which couples are at risk of elimination.
“DWTS” returned to ABC and Disney+ on Sept. 26 for its 32nd season.
Last month, current and former “DWTS” dancers paid a touching tribute to late head judge Len Goodman. The professional dancers provided a look back at Goodman’s career, including videos and performances, after Goodman died in April at 78.
“DWTS” contestants are now vying for the renamed Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy, executive producer Conrad Green told USA TODAY. Contestants still in the competition include Barry Williams, Lele Pons, Jason Mraz, Ariana Maddix, Harry Jowsey, Xochitl Gomez, Alyson Hannigan and Charity Lawson.
Previous contestants Matt Walsh, Mauricio Umansky, Mira Sorvino, Tyson Beckford and Jamie Lynn Spears have since been eliminated.
Source: USA Today