Leah Remini Returns to 'DWTS' to Fill in for Co-Host Erin Andrews
Leah Remini is returning to Dancing With the Stars.
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The actress, who finished in fifth place on season 17 of the reality dancing competition, will join host Tom Bergeron on Monday’s show as regular co-host Erin Andrews covers post-season baseball.
Bergeron tweeted the news on Friday, writing, "On Monday's @DancingABC my pal @LeahRemini returns to the Ballroom while @ErinAndrews covers the ball game. #DWTS."
On Monday's @DancingABC my pal @LeahRemini returns to the Ballroom while @ErinAndrews covers the ball game. #DWTSpic.twitter.com/nS6HVc72Rm— Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) October 16, 2015
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Remini retweeted Bergeron’s message, adding her thanks.
"So happy to be filling in again!" the 45-year-old King of Queens star tweeted. "Thank you @DancingABC @Tom_Bergeron @erinandrews for having me."
So happy to be filling in again! Thank you @DancingABC@Tom_Bergeron@erinandrews for having me https://t.co/cfNIozhBH3— Leah Remini (@LeahRemini) October 16, 2015
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Remini actually has some DWTS hosting experience, as she also co-hosted the show on week six of season 19. Her time as replacement co-host will likely be determined by the post-season baseball schedule, as ABC said in a statement to ET: "Leah is confirmed to co-host this coming Monday, October 19th. Anything beyond that has not been determined."
The former DWTS competitor will also be reunited with her pro partner, Tony Dovolani, who lost his partner earlier this season, after Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak-Biermann suffered a mini-stroke and was forced to withdraw from the competition. Learn more in the video below.
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