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The new 'Dancing With the Stars' cast

New host Erin Andrews will be overseeing this cast of "stars."

Erin Andrews Erin Andrews will be your new "Dancing with the Stars" co-host.
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There will be big changes to Season 18 of “Dancing with the Stars.” As it was reported last week, Erin Andrews is the new co-host of the reality TV dance series — replacing poor Brooke Burke-Charvet, who was unceremoniously booted for the hot blonde. The unsinkable Tom Bergeron will still there.

In addition to Andrews, the new cast was just announced yesterday (see below). And hey, look who it is: Sochi Gold medal winners Meryl Davis and Charlie White. ABC is playing it up that the Olympic ice dancers will be competing against one another, hopefully so we'll overlook that the two are, um, trained dancers at the pinnacles of their careers.

I'm no reality TV / sports expert, but isn't the schtick of "DWTS" that "celebrities" are teamed with professional dancers? Doesn't having trained dancers and trained dancers compete together stack the deck a bit? Or will thinking too deeply about an ABC reality TV program only cause me pain?

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