dancing with the stars The Top Five Stars Take On An Instant Dance On Dancing With The Stars

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Last night on Dancing With The Stars, the remaining five stars danced two dances, one being an “instant dance” where they danced to a song that they only learned minutes before they performed. Whose spontaneity earned the first double 10s of the season and which scoreboard leader is now trailing behind? Find out in the full DWTS recap!

Topping the leader board of the night was Disney star Chelsea Kane, who earned the first double 10s of the season for her rehearsed waltz, and wowed the judges with her tantalizing instant salsa! Hines Ward was the crowd favorite, scoring high with the judges for his Foxtrot that put them right behind Chelsea.

Tying in third place with a score of 53 was Kirstie Alley, who scored her first 10 of the season, and Romeo dancing a tango routine. And falling behind after injuring his knee was former score leader Ralph Macchio, who did his best dancing with an injury and only 9 hours of rehearsal.

  1. RainbowaRay says:

    “Fa-Bu-Lous?” Did that guy really say that? The guy sounds like he swallowed a thesauras or seomthing. All I can say about thosde dancers is “Con-Tri-Bu-Lous!” (yes, I made that up, but youre welcome to look it up).


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