Shortly after ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" announced it will return for its 30th season on Sept. 20, Carrie Ann Inaba confirmed she'll be returning as well -- alongside fellow judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough.
"Hey guys, I'm walking my dog, Lola. Anyway, just wanted to say, did you hear the news? 'Dancing With the Stars,' September 20, it's official. We're back!" Inaba, 53, shared in a video posted tp her Instagram Stories on Thursday.
"Get your glitter on, pull your disco balls out, warm up your back," she continued. "I can't wait. Let's bring on the dancing!"
Tonioli celebrated the news of the show's return as well, tweeting: "Can’t wait to get the party started @DancingABC #dwts"
On Instagram, Inaba also promised to have some news about her future on CBS' "The Talk."
"I noticed a lot of you are asking about 'The Talk,' if I'm coming back and what's happening there," Inaba said in another series of videos. "I should have some news soon about what's going on with my future at 'The Talk.'"
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She also congratulated Jerry O'Connell, who was announced as the show's permanent new co-host on Wednesday, joining Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots and Elaine Welteroth.
In April, the TV personality announced she was taking "a leave of absence ... to focus on my wellbeing."