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Kirstie Alley Loses Shoe During Dancing With the Stars 2011 Performance LOL (WATCH)!



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Kirstie Alley and her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy have had their fair share of ups and downs (literally!) on this season’s Dancing with the Stars but no one could have predicted what was going to happen to the intriguing couple during tonight’s live performance.

Maks and Kirstie took to the stage for their performance tonight with great attitudes and a positive outlook – especially considering last week’s mishap. Unfortunately, this week brought about its own set of difficulties when Kirstie lost her shoe mid-performance.

That’s right folks, in the middle of their routine, Kirstie had to stop, put her shoe back on and continue with the performance and – as always – she did so with grace and elegance.

Afterwards, Kirstie spoke of the incident, simply saying “My shoe fell off while I was trying to be a swan! I’m such a Kirstie Alley.”

She continues, “Who loses a shoe when dancing.”

Such a great attitude for someone who’s had struggles on the dance floor. That’s why we love her so much!

Keep your head high, Kirstie. Even with your shoe falling off, you still managed to score higher than most of the other competitors (she got a 22/30 in total)!

What did you think of Kirstie’s shoe falling off during her performance tonight?

Watch the hilarity below (the big moment happens around 1:03):

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