"Dancing With the Stars" is celebrating its 30th season this year, and to mark the milestone, we're looking back at the show's enduring legacy.
The reality competition show first captivated audiences when it premiered on ABC back on June 1, 2005.
Viewers have watched over the years as celebrities and their professional dancer partners battle it out in the ballroom until only one pair remains: the Mirror Ball trophy champions.
A lot goes into making TV magic every year. For instance, did you know that more than 1 million rhinestones are used each season? That's a lot of sparkle.
Scroll down to see 13 "DWTS" facts that every fan should know:
The top score a celebrity and their pro partner can earn for a performance from a single judge. Bruno Tonioli has given the most 10s while Len Goodman has given the fewest.
The number of professional athletes who have been on the show.
The number of Olympians who have been on the show.
The number of pro partners who have taken part in "DWTS."
The number of celebrity contestants who have been on the show.
The number of "DWTS" episodes that have aired prior to season 30.
The average age of "DWTS" winners at the time they won. The youngest winner is season 23's Laurie Hernandez, at 16, and the oldest winner is season 9's Donny Osmond, at 51.
The number of Emmy nominations "DWTS" has garnered over the years.
The number of Emmys "DWTS" has won from those nominations.
The number of makeup brushes used on "DWTS" before season 30.
The number of pairs of shoes that have been worn on "DWTS" prior to season 30.
The number of spray tans that have been worn on "DWTS" before season 30.
The amount of pounds of confetti/streamers/drizzle that has been used on "DWTS" prior to season 30.
"Dancing With the Stars" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.