The new season of Dancing With The Stars has gotten off to quite a spectacular start. The first elimination on the show was out of the ordinary because former MasterChef judge Matt Preston voluntarily left the competition early.
Matt Preston leaves the show Dancing With the Stars
The worst two teams are generally compelled to compete in a dance-off as a result of a voting mechanism, however Matt, who was placed in the bottom two along with AFL player Gavin Wanganeen, decided to withdraw from the competition. During the episode that aired on Sunday night, Matt said, “I’ve loved everything about this, but my ankle is cooked.”
Gavin performed beautifully today, therefore I want to award him the win because I can’t dance again tonight. I’m so happy to be doing this for you, brother.
Daryl looked to the judges to observe their reactions after revealing that the show has “never had this happen” in response to the shocking news.
Injuries occur, and there is nothing you can do to prevent them, said Craig Revel Horwood.
“Matt, I think you’ve made the correct decision. I’ve been a dancer all my life, and if you’re hurt you shouldn’t dance on an injury. I’m sorry to see you depart, but Gavin, dear, welcome back because you have a new life on the program now.
You’re doing the right thing, without a doubt, Sharna Burgess continued, and we appreciate you for inspiring us with your resolve and courage.
And after the show, I’m going to give you a big embrace.
The show’s second season on the network will premiere in 2023 after its first run from 2004 to 2015, which was followed by a brief move to Channel 10. The current season, which is back on Channel Seven, is expected to surpass all previous seasons in splendor.
Sonia Kruger, the anchor of The Morning Show, revealed some fascinating details about what viewers may anticipate from the upcoming season.
She announced, “We have a fresh group of celebs,” adding, “It’s not just celebrities…People who have never participated before make up this group. They are all starting from scratch with this.