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Jordan Fisher Says 'DWTS Juniors' Was The Most Fulfilling Experience For Him

Jordan Fisher Says 'DWTS Juniors' Was The Most Fulfilling Experience For Him

Over the weekend, filming on Dancing With The Stars Juniors wrapped up and host Jordan Fisher is missing it already.

In a new Instagram post, the 24-year-old entertainer, and reigning DWTS champ, shared a sweet message about the upcomings spinoff.

“Already miss all my kiddos SO much,” he wrote, with a pic of him being surrounded by the junior pros. “Guys…you’re in for a real treat Oct. 7th and beyond. @dwtsjuniors is gonna change your life. Mark my words.”

Jordan added, “To all my DWTS family, this was the most fulfilling experience – thank you all for being so good to me. I talk about the family orientation of this show often, but sometimes forget that not everyone gets to actually be a part of/experience it. I’m a blessed human. I love you all. Till next time! PS – SOOOO MANY MORE PHOTOS TO COME.”

Dancing With The Stars Juniors will premiere in October on ABC.

Jordan Fisher & Frankie Muniz Support 'Dancing with the Stars: Juniors' at TCA Press Tour

Jordan Fisher & Frankie Muniz Support 'Dancing with the Stars: Juniors' at TCA Press Tour

The Dancing With The Stars: Juniors hosts stepped out for the TCA Summer Press Tour!

Jordan Fisher and Frankie Muniz supported the show at the Disney ABC Television event on Tuesday (August 7) at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

They were also joined by judges Adam Rippon, Val Chmerkovskiy and Mandy Moore.

So far, young celebs like Ariana Greenblatt, Sophia Pippen, Miles Brown and Honey Boo Boo have been rumored to join the cast.

Meanwhile, the junior pros and their mentors have all been revealed!

Dancing With The Stars: Juniors will debut in October on ABC.

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Jordan Fisher To Host 'Dancing with The Stars: Juniors' With Frankie Muniz

Jordan Fisher To Host 'Dancing with The Stars: Juniors' With Frankie Muniz

Dancing With The Stars Juniors just announced their hosts for the spin-off series!

Season 25 winner Jordan Fisher and Frankie Muniz, who placed third in the same season, will co-host the show debuting in October.

“When they finally called that it was happening, I was so excited because I had such an amazing time on Dancing With the Stars,” Frankie shared with ET.

He continues, “So, to be able to stay in the family and get to experience it from a different perspective and get to host the new show, like, I was thrilled. And I’m so glad to be doing it with Jordan because we have so much fun together. It’s going to be awesome!”

Jordan adds of the series, “It’s Dancing With the Stars as you know it. It’s people you are familiar with and that you love. It’s a stage that you’re familiar with, that you love, but it’s [all] brand new. It’s the same show — it’s the same feeling of sitting down and watching people compete in something that they’ve never done before.”

We can’t wait to watch! Stay tuned for the official junior pros list this week!

READ MORE:
Adam Rippon, Val Chmerkovskiy & Choreographer Mandy Moore to Judge ‘DWTS Juniors’!
Ariana Greenblatt Joins ‘Dancing With The Stars Juniors’ (Exclusive)

Jordan Fisher Updates Fans About When They Can Expect New Music

Jordan Fisher Updates Fans About When They Can Expect New Music

Jordan Fisher just gave fans a big update on his music and upcoming projects, which personally, let out a big sigh about because we were getting worried that we’d never get one.

The 24-year-old entertainer is making a promise to never use the word “soon” anymore, because of what’s going on – which is good, and bad, all at the same time.

“I suppose I should update my fish fam. You guys are too good to me and far too patient and it means the world to me. Also…that patience will be met with some pretty dope things coming your way,” Jordan writes on Twitter.

“I’m starting to put on some new hats (y’all know I like to do 1,000 different things). My ultimate goal is to curate great content that will hopefully transcend for years and years,” he adds. “That takes time, development, time in my office, lots and lots of emails and phone calls, writing, traveling, and a hundred other seemingly things that happen behind the scenes and quietly over a period of time. Often times a long period of time.”

Jordan goes on, “I’m diving into a couple of new worlds that I’ve wanted to dive into for a long time. I’m really excited about them and I think you guys will be as well. I can’t wait to share them with you. There’s some big changes that are happening for me in the creative space where Music is concerned which is why releases are taking longer than expected.”

“Again…I think you guys will be happy. I’m no longer gonna use the term ‘soon’ for now and just hope you guys continue to ride with me. 💜 It’s all for the best. I promise.”

We’re still crossing our fingers that Jordan will be giving us new music super soon. See what else he’s up to below:

Jordan Fisher Joins '13 Reasons Why' Stars at E3 Gaming Convention

Jordan Fisher Joins '13 Reasons Why' Stars at E3 Gaming Convention

Jordan Fisher checks out the Starlink: Battle for Atlas game while attending the 2018 E3 Gaming Convention held at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Wednesday (June 13).

The 24-year-old singer/actor was all over the convention floor, first stopping at Ubisoft before heading to the Nintendo VIP Booth, along with Nolan Gould, Dexter Darden, Chandler Kinney, Scott Hoying and Keegan Allen.

Inside the Nintendo boothes, Jordan, Nolan and more tested out the recently announced titles for Nintendo Switch, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, Mario Tennis Aces and Overcooked! 2.

13 Reasons Why stars Justin Prentice, Ross Butler, and Devin Druid were seen checking out the event as well with Kyla-Drew Simmons, Marcus Scribner, Jaeden Lieberher and Wyatt Oleff.

Just the night before, Jordan hit up the Fortnite Party Royale ahead of playing in the Pro-Am tournament.

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