The Start of Dancing with the Stars Betting at SBG Global

Dancing with the Stars betting began in 2005 as the show was aired on ABC in the summer of 2005.

Dancing with the Stars betting was performed by many from the beginning of the show. More than 12 million people watched that first episode as they tried to predict the first Dancing with the Stars winner. Dancing with the Stars betting history shows that the show broke a record for having the highest debut for any reality television show that began in the summer.

Dancing with the Stars betting continued to gain in popularity in 2005. The second week of the show had more than 15 million viewers and eventually the show became the most popular one ABC had. Dancing with the Stars betting had Kelly Monaco winning the title with her partner Alec Mazo. There were only six couples in Dancing with the Stars betting that first season. Other competitors in Dancing with the Stars betting that first season in 2005 were Trista Rehn Sutter and her partner Louis van Amstel, Evander Holyfield with partner Edyta Sliwinska, Rachel Hunter with partner Jonathan Roberts, Joey McIntyre with partner Ashly Del Grosso and John O’Hurley with partner Charlotte Jorgensen.

The popularity of Dancing with the Stars betting surprised many people as it was not expected that the show would challenge American Idol. That seems to be happening as more people tune in every season to find out who the Dancing with the Stars winner will be. The show actually had their 100th episode in Season six. The celebration of that episode included 100 special fans, two from each state. Many former Dancing with the Stars betting contestants were in the audience including first year Dancing with the Stars winner Kelly Monaco, second season Dancing with the Stars winner Drew Lachey, season five Dancing with the Stars betting upset loser Sabrina Bryan and others. Others in attendance were fourth season Dancing with the Stars betting winner Apolo Anton Ohno and fifth season runner-up Melanie Brown. Third season Dancing with the Stars betting runner-up Mario Lopez also performed. Dancing with the Stars has become a huge hit for ABC since beginning in 2005 and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.