The host of Dancing with the Stars Tom Bergeron revealed on Twitter that there will be one staple of the ABC reality competition dancing series that might fall by the wayside as the show begins its 28th season this fall.
In a Twitter post dated early July, Tom penned that fans would see the return of judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli but not their iconic "10" paddles, which the trio uses to award the highest score to a performing celebrity and their dance pro partner.
This would signal a major shift in the competition, but the DWTS host was tight-lipped as to what that change would mean when it came to scoring. Will there be no more 10s given? How will the show give its highest accolade to performers? This will likely be revealed as the season debuts, along with a new show scoring system that was teased to be set in place after fans retaliated against the show at the close of Season 27 when Bobby Bones was declared the winner.
Bobby, who viewers believed was likable but didn't have the dance talent of the two runners-up of the season, Disney star Milo Manheim and Harry Potter's Evanna Lynch, who came in second and third place respectively.