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Ballroom dancing gets a fierce forum as 12 of the medium's best meet up with 12 celebrities... and YOU'RE the ultimate judge!

Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN

Hosts Tom Bergeron & Brooke Burke
Judges Len Goodman
Carrie Ann Inaba
Bruno Tonioli
Announcer Alan Dedicoat
Creator Eric Morley (based upon "Strictly Come Dancing")
EP Conrad Green
Packager BBC Worldwide Productions
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Web www.abc.com/dancing
Airs 8p ET Mon & 9p ET Tues, ABC

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Week 7: Time Lords and Daleks
May 2

It's down to about 6. If it's time to go to work, then we must work harder. The stars must do a round first, then a team cha-cha challenge to end it off. Let's begin May with a bang!

Donnie Burns is now the 4th judge for tonight, and we begin with Chelsea & Mark doing a paso doble to "Ghosts & Stuff" by Deadmau5. Chelsea did a floor spin and Mark dragged her...in the dark. Anybody got a flashlight? But we shed a light on the judges. Donnie was very confused, Carrie Ann exclaimed bush the boundaries, Len said it was too much aggression and Bruno said it danced with violent intent, but we're glad it's a family show. 40 is the maximum score this week and she starts things off with a 34.

Next up is Kendra & Louis doing a tango to "Jealousy" by Bill Fury. This was everything a tango should be with Kendra becoming t he lady in red. Now let's color the judges criticism. Donnie said she did fabulous, Carrie Ann is proud of her, Len said she did well with demanding choreography and Bruno said she was hanging on too much. But a 31 hung in 2nd place safely.

Next up, Kirsite & Maks dancing a jive to "La Bamba" by Los Lobos. One highlight you might see is Kirstie trying to lift up her skirt and Maks is pretending to be disappointed. Were the judges disappointed about this? Donnie said he'd buy that dance....for how much? Carrie Ann said it wasn't quite enough of a jive, Len said it was fun & high energy and Bruno said it was superb....but it wasn't superb enough for a 30 putting her in last place.

Ralph & Karina get set to dance a quickstep to "Pencil Full of Lead" by Paolo Nutini. Karina was reading the paper and pretending to sip a cocktail when Ralph joined in for dancing. They even danced into the crowd and ended it on the bar which fell them over. Now to the judges. Donnie said his footwork was fabulous, Len said he liked the energy, Carrie Ann said he's back and Bruno said it was so vibrant. A score of 36 puts him in the lead so far.

Hines & Kym will now dance a tango. Let's see what happens. There wasn't a flaw as they danced this nice routine. To the judges we go. Donnie said he was a winning mentality, Carrie Ann said he takes command of every dance, Len said he was sharp as a pickle and became dainty afterwards and Bruno said he liked the way he played it. And play they did. 36 puts them in a tie for the lead.

To end the half, Romeo & Chelsie doing a samba to "(Say Hey") I Love You" by Michael Franti & Spearhead. Both did arm work for a bit and both did some samba dancing. That of course, was it. To the judges before the team challenge. Carrie Ann said there's a lot of bounce going on, Len said he has to up his game, Bruno said there's plenty of fire down below and Donnie summed this up: You may have a party in your pants, but you have an earthquake in your shoes. Word. A score of 30 puts them in last place, but Hines & Ralph are the clear leaders. Time to change it up. The Team challenge starts...now!


Let's get it going. Team Chelsea will begin the challenge led by herself along with Romeo and Ralph. Romeo went up to bat first, and then afterwards, Ralph came in next with Chelsea to bat cleanup for her team. They give a score of 30 points giving Romeo a score of 60, Chelsea with 64 and Ralph with 66. The other team, well? Thy consist of Hines, Kirstie and Kendra. Kendra decides to go first and after that, Kirstie wet next and Hines ended the dance. a score of 30 gave difference to the new scores: Hines with 66, Kirstie with 60 ad Kendra with 61. Everybody is in the 60-point range, but time will be no more for one couple on the results show tomorrow. See you guys later.


To see this episode in its entirety, go to abc.com/dancing.