Dancing with the Stars (2004–2015)
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Episode #10.3 

The ten remaining couples perform either the Paso Doble or the Foxtrot, then the couple with the lowest score, combined from the judges' scores and viewers' votes, is eliminated.

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Himself - Host
Sonia Kruger ...
Herself - Co-Host
Todd McKenney ...
Himself - Judge
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 ten remaining couples perform either the Paso Doble or the Foxtrot, then the couple with the lowest score, combined from the judges' scores and viewers' votes, is eliminated.

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11 July 2010 (Australia)  »

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Goofs

The incorrect introductions of the first three couples by Sonia and Daniel are the same as those used in the previous episode. Their introductions are stopped after George and Luda are introduced as Jason and Eliza, the couple eliminated in the previous week, and the announcer takes over, correctly introducing the final seven couples. See more »

Connections

Features Dancing with the Stars: Episode #10.2 (2010) See more »

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Smile
(uncredited)
Performed by Lily Allen
Composed by Lily Allen, Iyiola Babtunde Baralola, Coxsone Dodd, Darren Emilio Lewis and Donat Mittoo
(Played during the highlights of Alex and Arsen's rehearsals)
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