Dancing with the Stars (2004–2015)
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2010 Grand Finale 

The three remaining couples perform a dance that they have not previously performed and a Cha-Cha face-off in which each couple will be on their own under the spotlight for 40 seconds, then... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
Sonia Kruger ...
Herself - Co-Host
Todd McKenney ...
Helen Richey ...
Herself - Judge
Mark Wilson ...
Himself - Judge
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Herself
Brendon Midson ...
Himself
Rob Palmer ...
Himself
Alana Patience ...
Herself
Alex Fevola ...
Herself
Arsen Kishishian ...
Himself
Blair McDonough ...
Himself
Jessica Raffa ...
Herself
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Herself
Michael Miziner ...
Himself
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The three remaining couples perform a dance that they have not previously performed and a Cha-Cha face-off in which each couple will be on their own under the spotlight for 40 seconds, then the couple with the lowest score, combined from the judges' scores and viewer votes, is eliminated. The final two couples perform a freestyle dance, then the couple with the higher combined score is announced as the winner. Written by Allister Coots

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Todd McKenney: [Talking about Rob Palmer] Before the show, he said "I think you're gonna see a little bit of yourself in my Samba", but not which bit.
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Features Dancing with the Stars: 2008 Grand Final (2008) See more »

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Telephone
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Composed by Lady Gaga, Rodney Jerkins, LaSean Daniels, Lazonate Frankin and Beyoncé
Danced by Rachael and Michael
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