The “Dancing With the Stars” Season 29 premiere is almost here, but it appears longtime fans may have no interest in watching the new episodes. On Monday, hours ahead of the 2020 premiere on ABC, a post was shared on the show’s Twitter account promoting the new season.

However, instead of showing their excitement for the upcoming episodes, the comment section was filled with upset replies from fans, many revealing they will be skipping Season 29 after the network replaced hosts Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron with Tyra Banks.

Even though the new season will feature the return of “DWTS” vets like Artem Chigvintsev, Sharna Burgess, and Britt Stewart, it may not be enough to convince viewers to tune in.

“Cannot stand Tyra Banks! I would love to see [contestant] Johnny Weir but I’ll pass,” one fan wrote in response to the tweet.

Another fan added, “No thanks. Tyra was good at running 'ANTM' ["America's Next Top Model"] but hosting anything else was a bust. Can’t understand how anyone thought this was a good idea. At least bring back Tom to co-host.”

“I really hate that Tom Bergeron is not coming back. He is such a great announcer with a quick wit and a winning personality. Tyra Banks is such a strong presence that I think she will dominate the show,” one individual tweeted.

Not all of the tweets were negative, however. Some users expressed their excitement over the upcoming season. "Wow o wow, this is GREAT. Looking forward to watch," one user wrote on Banks's version of the post.

While Bergeron had been hosting the show for the last 15 years, Andrews became his co-host in 2014. ABC announced the two would be replaced on the series in July. In response, Bergeron called his stint on the dance competition program "the most unexpected gift" of his career. For her part, Andrews said she would "always cherish" her time spent on the show.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 29 premieres Monday at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.

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