12 Former DWTS Pros Who Should Make a Comeback

  
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Dancing with the Stars has been airing for well over a decade and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. ABC’s competitive dancing show pairs a professional dancer with a celebrity, and the duo performs in front of a panel of judges for the chance to win the coveted Mirrorball trophy. After 27 seasons that show has become incredibly successful and garnered a huge cult following. Because of the nature of the reality show, viewers tend to see pros come and go each season, just as they do contestants. So we’ve compiled a list of 12 former DWTS pros we wish would make a comeback!

12. Jenna Johnson

Dancer Jenna Johnson began showing off her skills on Dancing With the Stars during season 18 when she became a troupe member. She danced as part of the DWTS troupe until season 22, and then in season 23 she was promoted to a professional dancer and was paired with actor Jake T. Austin. Unfortunately for Johnson, she and Austin were the first couple to be eliminated and she subsequently returned to being a troupe member. It is very clear that Jenna is gorgeous and talented, and Dancing With the Stars could use a fresh face to brighten things up, so it would be great to see her try her hand at being a pro again. Now that she and pro dancer Valentin Chemerkovskiy are a couple again it would also add an element of competition between the adorable couple.

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11. Anna Trebunskaya

Similar to Lindsay Arnold, one of the reasons we’d love to see Anna Trebunskaya make a return is because she was such a good teacher. And let’s face it, that’s extremely important on a show like this! She was always so patient with her partners, and just downright nice. Her first season on the show was all the way back in season 2 when she finished in the runner-up position for the first time. Since then she’s appeared on the show numerous times, 11 seasons to be exact. While she’s never won, she’s come very close! Let’s bring this Russian dancer back and give her another shot at the Mirrorball trophy!

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