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Dancing With the Stars 2011 Week 6 Broadway Performances!



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It’s getting down to crunch time on Dancing With the Stars.
It’s Broadway week and there is another special guest star! Kristin Chenoweth
will be on the dance floor with all of the pros doing a dance. And that will
make it tougher for the stars – they have to learn two dances! How will they
all hold up?

After the Sister Act musical, the first couple to perform is
Rob and Cheryl. They looked so good during their dance. Rob’s confidence has
improved, even though Len said he had no rhythm. The crowd didn’t like that.
Bruno kind of slapped him down a little too and said he needed to be in charge
more. Their score – 22.

The next couple to hit the floor is Nancy and Tristan. Nancy’s
moves are a bit stiff, but her legions of fans are keeping her safe on the
show. Her dancing ability might have actually kept her safe this week. She showed
a bunch of improvement. Len said Nancy showed more flair but needs to work on
her hold. What score will they end up with? A 24. Their highest of the season.

David and Kym get to show off their Broadway moves and see
if they can continue to improve or if they will slip a bit like Rob did. Once
they hit the floor, it seems like they have some confidence. They are doing the
song from the Grease Musical. Kym looks like a ringer for Sandy! The judges
liked them too. Carrie Ann loved it, except when they were out of sync a bit.
Len said they had a lot of enthusiasm. They end up with a 23 for the night.

Ricki and Derek want to come out strong so they can regain the number one spot on the charts again. Do they do it? They come out and look amazing. Lots of energy and they were in sync a lot better. The judges also praised them for working hard and the payoff – a 29! Two tens.

Chaz and Lacey get to face the judges – and it doesn’t seem so nice. Bruno says he looks like a penguin trying to be mean, because he had a
tux on, trying to look like Phantom of the Opera. Carrie Ann says he was aggressive,  but they need more choreography that is tougher. Ouch. What will they end up with? 19. The low score of the night.

Next up – Hope and Maks. They need to get some great scores because they have been on the bottom and in jeopardy for two weeks now. Can
they survive it a third time? Not looking so. Their dance brings a lot of sexy, but not much substance again. And the ugly costume doesn’t help Hope. Then the judges come in and take it apart. Len says it is their worst dance of the season. So much, than Maks and Len get in to it and Carrie Ann has to interfere. Hello, live TV! Their score ends up being a 20.

JR and Karina get to take the floor and defend their number one spot. JR knows the pressure is on, but can he bring it out again? Their
dance looks pretty good and the costumes look even better. They seem in sync with each other and they might just stay on top! Len compliments his skills and says he did a great job. Bruno says they were a hit and Carrie Ann wants to give away a Tony award for greatness. The score – another 29! They tied with Ricki and Derek.

All of the couples are done and we get to see Kristin Chenoweth perform. Then it comes down to the Boradway dance that all of the
stars will be performing in. The group number brings back – Carson! He gets to add a bit of flair to the group dance…maybe it’s because of the glitter? The group dance looks pretty good!  They all get to do lifts! Super cool and a great way to end the show.

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