Jonathan D. Bennett, 33, is an American actor best known for his role in the the 2004 “Mean Girls” in which he was Lindsay Lohan’s love interest and a brief one-year stint on the soap opera “All My Children” (2001-2002).  This year he became the host of MTV’s “Copy Cat.”

“Copy Cat” is a new reality series in which there are a series of “cat fights” but it won’t be cats or women only fighting. In this case, the audience hears the contestants first before they see them. The contestants will be paying tribute to their favorite performers, or that’s what the promo says. The show premiered in June of this year.

Allison Holker will be familiar to “So You Think You Can Dance Fans” was a season 2 contestant during which she made the Top 8 and then returned as an All-Star from seasons 7-11.  She does have a previous connection with “Dancing with the Stars”: She was in Louis van Amstel’s “Ballroom with a Twist.” She was also in two Disney films: “High School Musical” and “High School Musical 2.”

For their first dance together will be the quick paced jive.

Season 19 begins with a two-hour  two-day season premiere tonight, Monday, Sept. 15 (8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET) . Tuesday, “Dancing with the Stars: The Results” will reveal which couple will be eliminated and include a performance by Smokey Robinson.

Robinson will perform a duet of “My Girl” with Aloe Blacc from his album “Smokey and Friends.” A special dance number will be performed by the new pros: Allison Holker, Keo Motsepe and Artem Chigvintsev.

ABC.com will be offering five live streams from key positions at the show venue, allowing fans to choose views of the Red Room, judges, sky box, a wide angle of the dance floor and a hosted feed that will highlight relevant social media conversations. Throughout the season, fans will also have opportunities to participate in the outcome of the show, using social media to weigh in on everything from songs, dance styles, and even partners.

Two-time Mirrorball champion and actress Julianne Hough returns to DWTS as a judge, alongside head judge Len Goodman, the every emotive Bruno Tonioli and the lift-monitor Carrie Ann Inaba at the judges’ desk. Hosted by Emmy® Award-winning host Tom Bergeron (“America’s Funniest Home Videos”) and Erin Andrews (sports host & “Dancing with the Stars” Season 10 finalist).

For the first two weeks viewers may cast their votes for their favorite couples via phone on Monday nights during and up to 60 minutes after the end of the “Dancing with the Stars” broadcast in each time zone. Online voting at http://www.ABC.com and on Facebook at https://apps.facebook.com/votedwts/ is open for 15 hours, beginning from the start of the episode on the East Coast at 8:00 p.m., ET/5:00 p.m., PT and closing at 11:00 a.m., ET/8:00 a.m., PT the next day.

Tommy Chong & Peta Murgatroyd

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Randy Couture & Karina Smirnoff

  • 1-800-868-3410

Betsey Johnson & Tony Dovolani

  • 1-800-868-3404

Lolo Jones & Keo Motsepe

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Bethany Mota & Derek Hough

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Janel Parrish & Valentin Chmerkovskiy

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Alfonso Ribeiro & Witney Carson

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Sadie Robertson & Mark Ballas

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Antonio Sabato JR. & Cheryl Burke

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Tavis Smiley & Sharna Burgess

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Lea Thompson & Artem Chigvintsev

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Michael Waltrip & Emma Slater

  • 1-800-868-3409

From week three until the finale, viewers may cast their votes for their favorite couples via phone on Monday nights during and up to 60 minutes after the end of the “Dancing with the Stars” broadcast in each time zone. Online voting at http://www.ABC.com and on Facebook at https://apps.facebook.com/votedwts/ is open for 24 hours, beginning from the start of each episode on the East Coast at 8:00 p.m., ET/5:00 p.m., PT and closing at 8:00 p.m., ET/5:00 p.m., PT on Tuesday evenings.

 

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