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

Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN

Tom Bergeron & Samantha Harris
Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli
Announcer: Alan Dedicoat

Eric Morley (based upon "Strictly Come Dancing")
Conrad Green, Richard Hopkins
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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Week 7: In a Daisy Haze
April 20

This is the part in our season in which everything & anything they learned so far this season gets harder. Every routine is random and all couples must survive for the finals. Later on, the big group dance to the 1960's. We shall begin immediately.

Up first in this routine round, Melissa & Tony doing an Argentina tango. Melissa took a flying leap and another one. She even did a few ballerina turns and doing an amazing display. On to the judges. Carrie Ann said it was the best argentine tango this season, Len said it was absolutely beautiful and Bruno said her legs were like magic tools. Let's fix the scoreboard!

LEN: 9
Total Score: 29
Now that's how you start a show off right.

Next up, Lawrence & Edyta doing a waltz to "Open Arms" by Journey. LT tries to wake Edyta up....and she does. Edyta did a leg hold spin and LT took a portion of her dress off and she did a circle kick. Can we get to the judges, please? Carrie Ann said there was character & tenderness, Len said it went a bit haywire, and Bruno said it reminded it of a scene from "Dr. Zhivago." Operate the scoreboard!

LEN: 7
Total Score: 21

Third up, Lil' Kim & Derek doing a rumba to "Lost Without U" by Robin Thicke. It was so pretty sweet and not at all sour with a 26 for 2nd place.

Next will be Chuck & Julianne doing a samba. It lit the ballroom up on fire. On to the judges. Len said he liked it, Bruno said he was workin' that butt and Carrie Ann got a hi-5 from him. To your scores, please:

LEN: 9
Total Score: 27
And they snatch up 2nd place!

We go next door to Ty & Chelsie doing a waltz to "Strawberry Wine" by Deana Carter. Chelsie pretends to be riding a bike and there was a little camera problem in the middle of it. Despite all this, everything else was great. On to the judges. Carrie Ann said his posture was beautiful, Len said it had a good hold and Bruno said it's a bigger comeback than Mickey Rourke. Let's go to the totals:

LEN: 8
Total Score: 24
And they end up in 3rd place.

Going ahead is Shawn & Mark doing a cha-cha to "PYT" by Michael Jackson. Mark threw his hat away and did some fancy footwork. After paying homage to MJ, Shawn ended it with a split. Now we split to the judges. Carrie Ann said she loved it, Len said it did it exactly and Bruno said it was technically flawless. Can this be a flawless victory? Let's find out.

LEN: 9
Total Score: 28
Not quite, but they take 2nd place.

To put the routine round to bed, Gilles & Cheryl doing a waltz to "I Go To Sleep" by The Pretenders. One highlight you might see is Cheryl doing a split, and they split the check with 27 points.

Let's give a score check before the group dance. In 1st, Melissa with 29, 2nd, Shawn with 28 and tie for 3rd between Gilles & Chuck with 27. Lil' Kim has 26, Ty with 24, and LT in last 21. Now we go back to a time when there was no internet. I'm talking about the baby boomer generation of the 60's.

Doesn't this make you feel nostalgic? I do. Girls in go-go boots and get the picture. It had more outrageous moves, flips and tricks than any controller in a video game. There was even a weird move you might see for yourself. Boy, I wish we had an 80's group dance, but that may be for next season. We hope you enjoyed this trip to our ballroom. Come back tomorrow when one team checks out. Hope you've had fun, bye!