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Kyle Massey didn't get the fan favorite vote, but he'll still be "Dancing."
More "Dancing With the Stars" is on the way. ABC has announced a new live web series that will be broadcast following each Monday night performance show for the upcoming all-star edition, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Season nine contestant Joanna Krupa will co-host "After Party: Dancing With the Stars" with Marc Istook, while season 11 runner-up Kyle Massey will give fans behind-the-scenes access.
"After Party" is a 20-25 minute live show that will launch on several online destinations, including the official show site on ABC, Facebook and the YouTube channel. The series will feature expert panelists, celebrity audience members and dance performances by fan favorites. The co-hosts will be answering questions after each "After Party" episode.
The premiere episode of "After Party" will include former "Dancing With the Stars" pro Elena Grinenko and an acoustic performance by former competitor Lacey Schwimmer featuring the It Boys.
“Fans can’t get enough of the 'Dancing With the Stars,' and want to keep talking about it after the broadcast ends,” said Karin Gilford, svp of digital media, ABC Television Network. “ 'After Party' keeps the conversation going at a time when people are most excited, feeding them tantalizing tidbits, insider access, and most importantly getting their burning questions answered live by show experts.“
"Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" premieres 8 p.m. Monday on ABC.
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