Ballroom dancing gets a fierce forum as
the medium's best meet up with 12 celebrities... and YOU'RE
the ultimate judge!
Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Tom Bergeron & Brooke Burke
Carrie Ann Inaba
Eric Morley (based upon
"Strictly Come Dancing")
BBC Worldwide Productions
CBS Television City, Los
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200 Watts of Dancing Power!
Welcome to what would be the 200th episode of
"Dancing with The Stars." From show 1, it started with only 6 stars. Now at 200,
we're at the same number. It's time to make this night a big one!
And what way to start out BIG than with a team competition. On one side, you
have Kristi Yamaguchi and on the other side, you have Apolo Anton Ohno. Team
Kristi had to go first. "Working Day & Night" by Michael Jackson is the song.
Going to work, her team consists of Rick & Cheryl, Bristol & Mark and Kyle &
Lacey. To the judges we go. Carrie Ann said they alll worked hard as a group,
Len said the underdogs have quite the bite and Bruno said Rick did great. Who
great was it?
Team Score: 24
That Means Apolo's team will dance to "Bust A Move" by Young MC. The moves
consisted of the team captain, Kurt & Anna, Jennifer & Derek and Brandy & Maks.
We move over to the judges. Carrie Ann said it was very tight & crisp and Bruno
told Brandy that her hips don't lie. Even the scoreboard is true:
Team Score: 27
So 27s of Apolo's team go to Jennifer, Kurt and Brandy and Bristol, Rick and
Kyle. We head next to the iconic dances. Each of the icons will judge based on
FIrst off, Kyle & Lacey doing a paso doble done by Mel B. They may have danced
their....whatever off, but what does she have to say about that?
What Mel B. said: It was amazing. Amazing it was. Here's the tally:
Performance score: 35 Overall Score: 59
The next couple is Kurt & Anna. They'll perform a tango from the 3rd season, but
watching them is Emmitt Smith, a football hall-of-famer. What's his impressions
of that dance?
What Emmitt said: He looked perfect and did a great job. But is 40 a perfect
score. Let's see....
Performance Score: 34 Overall Score: 61
We go next to Bristol & Mark doing a Viennese waltz done way back by Kelly
Osbourne. BTW, her mom is on a CBS daytime show, but I won't talk about it. Back
to the dance and Kelly says....
What Kelly said: She did an unbelievable job. And the scoreboard says....
Performance Score: 33 Overall Score: 57
Here's Rick Fox doing a quickstep done by Helio Castroneves. Although both have
a knack for speed, this routine was sped-up as the routine does. Helio says...
What Helio says: It was incredible. And incredible is....
Performance Score: 37 Overall Score: 61
Up to bat in the 4th chair, Gilles Marini from France to watch a foxtrot done by
Brandy & Maks. Gilles, how was it?
What Gilles said: The Performance was unreal. Right, but you know what's real?
Performance score: 37 Overall Score: 64
Lastly, Jennifer & Derek looking to reclaim what was theirs the last 2 weeks for
a tango done by the host of "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann", Drew Lachey!
Although she's a tango queen, what does Drew have to say about that?
What Drew said: They did great! Here's the numberator:
Performance Score: 37 Overall Score: 64
So with that show #200 is in the books. Here's the final tally: 64s go to
Jennifer and Brandy, 61s go to Kurt and Rick, 59 goes to Kyle and in last place,
57 going to Bristol. That should do it. Show #201 should be tomorrow. In it,
Taylor Swift and a bunch of other stuff. Here's to 200 more.
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