Alfonso Ribeiro Will Be The New Host Of America’s Funniest Home Videos …

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Alfonso Ribeiro Will Host ‘America’s Funniest Home Videos’.

Actor and “Dancing with the Stars” Season 19 Champion, Alfonso Ribeiro, is named new host of ABC’s “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” as announced today by Tom Bergeron during the season finale of DWTS. “After receiving hundreds of inquiries, stacks of video submissions and a very close audition race, one smile, one funny and sincere delivery became our standout favorite – Alfonso Riberio,” said Vin Di Bona, executive producer. “We look forward to Alfonso leading AFV into the next generation of family friendly viewership.” ABC’s longest-running primetime entertainment show, “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” returns for season 26 this fall with the same mission – giving families something genuinely funny to enjoy together on Sunday nights. Now that The Bachelorette has finally revealed that Kaitlyn Bristowe will be season 11’s leading lady, beating out Britt Nilsson in a vote in the premiere, their former Bachelor Chris Soules is sounding off on the “weird” results. “I’m glad Kaitlyn is going to have that opportunity,” Chris told E!

Ribeiro, who came into the spotlight on shows like “Silver Spoons” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” succeeds Tom Bergeron, who hosts both “Dancing With The Stars” and “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” He announced last year that he would exit the latter after Season 25. “It won’t be very different,” Ribeiro said, when talking to EW about his new gig. “It’s really about assisting the videos not trying to overpower the videos with your comedy. She’s hilarious.” Still, Chris, who is still engaged to his season’s winner Whitney Bischoff, said he wasn’t exactly into the whole two Bachelorette twist, which another former Bachelor, Sean Lowe, called “disgusting.” Everybody loves a good superhero show and everybody loves a good TV series revival, so it just makes perfect sense that Warburton’s zany hero will be coming back to your screens soon.

Warburton, who can next be seen opposite The Good Wife and True Blood veteran Carrie Preston in NBC’s midseason comedy Crowded, will once again don the blue suit. The deal that I made with NBC was to have a carve out so I could do The Tick,” Warburton told us on the red carpet at NBC’s 2015 Upfronts. “It’s sort of a new day and age where you can do multiple projects…I said, I love this show, but I also have to have the opportunity to do The Tick because The Tick is a true love of mine and they said OK.” In September 2014, The Tick creator Ben Edlund tweeted, “Yes for now suffice it to say the dream of a new live-action Tick is being pursued with vigor #bringbackTheTick.” The Tick originally ran for nine episodes from 2001-2002. The serie was based on Edlund’s comic book, which also spawned a cartoon series that ran from 1996-1998. “Well, I’m really looking forward to diving into this one more than any of the other shows I’ve been involved with, and the reason is that I’m integrated with the full family here.

There’s a great father dynamic with Stacy Keach, a great husband-wife dynamic with Carrie Preston, [and I’ve] got these two daughters that are just super fun and amazing. But the series, which sees two adult children and some grandparents moving into Warburton’s character’s house, isn’t as crowded as Warburton’s real life. “We’ve got 10 people living under our roof.

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