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Episode #12.6 

It's classical week on "Dancing with the Stars," and things are starting to get heated as just five points last week separated the top from the bottom (among the remaining couples). The pros... See full synopsis »

Director:

Alex Rudzinski

Writer:

Dave Boone

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Tom Bergeron ... Himself - Host
Brooke Burke ... Herself - Co-Hostess
Len Goodman ... Himself - Judge
Carrie Ann Inaba ... Herself - Judge
Bruno Tonioli ... Himself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kirstie Alley ... Herself - Contestant
Mark Ballas ... Himself - Partner: Chelsea Kane
Cheryl Burke ... Herself - Partner: Chris Jericho
Dmitry Chaplin ... Himself - Partner: Petra Nemcova
Maksim Chmerkovskiy ... Himself - Partner: Kirstie Alley
Driton 'Tony' Dovolani ... Himself - Partner: Wendy Williams (as Tony Dovolani)
Kym Johnson Herjavec ... Herself - Partner: Hines Ward
Chelsie Hightower ... Herself - Partner: Lil' Romeo
Katherine Jenkins ... Herself - Musical Guest
Chris Jericho ... Himself - Contestant
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Storyline

It's classical week on "Dancing with the Stars," and things are starting to get heated as just five points last week separated the top from the bottom (among the remaining couples).

The pros talk about how much bigger and more dramatic the musical performances will be, and wonder if it will impact the dancers' ability to focus.

Romeo & Chelsie: After a demonstration of the paso doble by the "DWTS Troupe," Romeo is excited to do the dramatic dance and bounce back from the criticism of last week. Head judge Len Goodman says it was full of passion and intensity. He says Romeo is "like a young colt" and tells Chelsie to get the whip out and work on Romeo's technique. Bruno Tonioli points out that the musical phrasing was difficult and Romeo managed to get it right. Carrie Ann Inaba says she had to deduct for a lift, but it was the first time she's seen "a paso with swagger." Scores: 7, 8, 8. Total: 23

Kendra & Louis: Coming off a solid rumba, Kendra is feeling like her hard work is paying ...

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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After Louis van Amstel and Kendra Wilkinson's routine, judge Len Goodman says musical guest Katherine Jenkins is a soprano. However, Jenkins is not a soprano; she is, in fact, a mezzo-soprano. See more »

Soundtracks

Time to Say Goodbye
Performed by Katherine Jenkins
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