Ballroom dancing gets a fierce forum as
the medium's best meet up with twelve celebrities... and YOU'RE
the ultimate judge!
Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Hosts: Tom Bergeron &
Judges: Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli
Announcer: Alan Dedicoat
Creator: Eric Morley
(based upon "Strictly Come Dancing")
Packager: BBC Worldwide Americas
Origin: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA
Airs: Mondays at 8p ET & Tuesdays at 9p ET on ABC
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Episode Spectacular... Thingy (The Round of 5 Results)
Before there was "Step it up
Before there was "America's Best Dance Crew..."
Before there was "Dance Revolution...."
Before there was "So You Think You Can Dance...."
There was only one show to tune in top see all the latest costumes, the
great musical guests, the shocking eliminations, and all the critique
from the judges. I'm talking about "Dancing With The Stars." Hi
everyone, Pierre Kelly here for this 100th episode of the ballroom
dancing phenomenon that you & I have been part of it since 2005. So,
let's not waste any more time and party!
We begin the first hour with the 10 greatest dances of all time as
picked by the judges. Here they are:
10. Kelly & Alec -- Freestyle
9. Sabrina & Mark -- Paso Doble
8. Emmitt & Cheryl -- Cha Cha Cha
7. Apolo & Julianne -- Quickstep
6. Joey & Kym -- Jive
5. Helio & Julianne -- Quickstep
4. Drew & Cheryl -- Freestyle
3. Stacy & Tony -- Samba
2. Mel B & Maksim -- Paso Doble
1. Mario & Karina -- 2nd Tango
Not bad. Now for my top 3 worst dances of all-time.
3. Clyde & Elena-Cha-Cha
2. Tucker & Elena-Cha-Cha
1. Kenny & Elena-Cha-Cha
Enough of that. Let's get to the 2nd half. It begins with all of the pro
dancers past & present, who gave it the help they needed when they
wanted to or not. That's followed by the Rascal Flatts with help from
season 4 champions Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough. Tom went to the
front row of women from the show to talk about what's up right now, and
after that, Mario Lopez and the group from "A Chorus Line" took the
The Rascal Flatts came back to take the stage with help from Mel B. &
Jonathan., while Samantha chatted with the past champions to talk about
who they want to win. We then get a segment on current stars trying to
be in the sequins of past stars. Okay, bottom 2 time, they are: Jason &
Mario. Time to put the mantel away
for...............................................Mario & Karina. They
must now dance to "I Will Survive." After a big week, all 4 couples
survived. Next week, another test of dancing nerves & steel as we get
closer to the finals. Hope you'll have leftovers for next week.