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Since most of the celebrities come to "DWTS" without previous dance experience, that task can be daunting.Yet somehow, these professional dancers transform even the most awkward stars into graceful ballroom dancers.“Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” kicks off its run on ABC on Sunday, October 7 with a two-hour premiere beginning at 8 p.m. However, the rest of the episodes will only be an hour long and all of them will be pre-taped. This special version of “DWTS” will run for a full 10 weeks just like the main show.Cheryl Burke joined "Dancing With the Stars" in the show's second season.

Tristan was educated in two Gaelscoileanna in Bray, starting in Scoil Chualann primary school and completing his secondary education in St Kilians.

After appearing in an uncredited dance role in the 2004 movie Ella Enchanted, he performed in theatre productions throughout Ireland, most notably in the Cork City Opera House and The Gaiety Theatre, including Bryan Flynn's production of Oliver! Next, he joined the UK tour of Simply Ballroom and, after a successful tour in London and Las Vegas, went on to Australia and America where he toured as a featured dancer with Burn the Floor and Floorplay.

After numerous world tours and a year teaching Ballroom and Latin dancing in Boston, he returned to Europe to join the cast of Dirty Dancing as Dance Captain.

"The show that gave me the stage I could’ve only dreamed of is back this fall and I cannot wait to get out there again," he wrote on Instagram this week. and I cannot wait to do both on this awesome project I think a lot of us, at times, took for granted." Val continued, "To all our fans, get comfy on your couch Monday nights this fall, we’re coming over!

:) #DWTS #imissedyall." The show took a long break after season 27 last year, where radio personality Bobby Bones and pro Sharna Burgess won the mirrored-ball trophy.

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