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‘Dancing with the Stars: All Stars’ Spoilers: Week 5 Theme ‘Guilty Pleasures,’ Predicted Schedule

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What’s going on in week 5 of “Dancing with the Stars: All Stars” Monday night? Given the fact that the third presidential debate is between 9 and 10:30 p.m., Eastern Time, the blog, PureDWTS first predicted that the usual two-hour performance episode on Monday will have to be compromised. Having eight individual dances and two team dances in one hour would be near impossible, so viewers will get two one-hour performance shows — one on Monday and one on Tuesday. This week’s theme is “Guilty Pleasures.”

So, what does that mean for week 5?

Monday will air live and Tuesday’s episode will be pre-taped.

Dances have been released, but the order of their performances isn’t specified yet.

Week 5: Who dances what:

Kirstie/Maks – Quickstep (Song: “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon & Garfunkel)
Sabrina/Louis – Waltz (Song: “So This is Love” from Cinderella – Disney version)
Emmett/Cheryl – Samba (Song: “Copacabana” by Barry Manilow)
Gilles/Peta - Rumba (Song:“I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston)
Melissa/Tony – Tango (Song: “Toxic” by Britney Spears)
Apolo/Karina – Samba (Song: “Give it to Me Baby” by Rick James)
Shawn/Derek – Rumba (Song: “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion)
Kelly/Val – Samba (Song:  ”Want U Back” by Cher Lloyd)
Team Shawn – Freestyle (Song: “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepson)
Shawn & Derek
Sabrina & Louis
Melissa & Tony
Apolo & Karina

Team Gilles – Freestyle (Song: “Gangnam Style” by PSY)
Gilles & Peta
Kelly & Val
Kirstie & Maks
Emmitt & Cheryl

This is what PureDWTS wrote regarding the schedule and judging plan:

“….the couples from Team A will do their 4 individual dances, Team B will do their team dance, they’ll roll the credits, keep the audience where they are, take a short break for Team A to change into their team dance costumes and Team B to change into their individual dance costumes, and then shoot Tuesday night’s show ahead of time.  That way, everyone has the same amount of time to rehearse, and the judges will be seeing the team dances the same night – which (god willing) will keep the judges (semi)honest.  Another update? Double elim moved to week 8.”

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