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Amanda Kloots
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Celebrity Profile
Birth Date 19 March 1982 (1982-03-19) (age 42)
Hometown Plain Township, Ohio
Known For The Talk host & dancer

Dancing with the Stars 30

Partner(s) Alan Bersten
Placement 4th
Highest Score 40 (Jazz, Contemporary & Freestyle)
Lowest Score 28 (Tango)
Average Score 35.9

Amanda Kloots is a celebrity from Season 30 of Dancing with the Stars.

Biography[]

Retrieved from abc.com
Amanda Kloots is a television host, bestselling author, Broadway actress and award-winning fitness entrepreneur. Kloots can currently be seen as a co-host of "The Talk", CBS' Daytime Emmy® Award-winning talk show highlighting current events, pop culture, family, celebrity and trending topics of the day. Kloots recently released her memoir, the New York Times bestseller "Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero" that was co-authored with her sister Anna Kloots. A former Broadway dancer and Radio City Rockette, Kloots performed on a variety of stage, film and TV productions for over 17 years. Her love of dance and fitness led her to work and lead classes at one of New York’s premiere fitness studios. Kloots developed the jump rope method after years of trying different ways to stay in great shape. In 2016, Kloots decided to focus full time on her AK! Fitness brand – her signature classes feature jump ropes and dance mixed with cross training to create a unique full-body workout. In addition to the AK! Fitness brand, Kloots and her sister, Anna, launched the apparel company Hooray For®. A proud Ohio native, Kloots currently resides in Los Angeles with her son, Elvis.

Dancing with the Stars 30[]

She is partnered with Alan Bersten. They placed 4th.

Scores[]

1 Due to Derek Hough's absence in Week Three due to a possible COVID-19 exposure, only three judges judged in Week Three.

2 Due to Derek Hough's absence in Week Ten for testing positive for COVID-19, score was given by guest judge Julianne Hough filling in for Derek Hough.

Performances[]

Trivia[]

  • Her husband, Nick Cordero, died from Covid-19 related complications on 5 July 2020.
    • They have a son, born in 2019.
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