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    Posted: 10 Oct 2012 at 09:43

Not so hot after all! 98 Degrees star Drew Lachey gets the boot alongside Helio Castroneves in DWTS double elimination

By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 06:30, 10 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:34, 10 October 2012

They've danced their last dance.

Brazilian racing driver Helio Castroneves and partner Chelsie Hightower, along with 98 Degrees star Drew Lachey and dancer Anna Trebunskaya, were voted off Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars.

The eliminations drew boos from the audience in the ballroom at the live show from Hollywood on Tuesday, as Sabrina Bryan and partner Louis Van Amstel almost got the chop as they were also in the bottom three scorers.


Booted: Helio Castroneves and 98 Degrees star Drew Lachey left in a double elimination on DWTS: All-Stars

But they scraped through and will return next week.

Viewers' votes were combined with the judges' scores from the previous night to determine who stayed - and who was sent packing from the ABC network show.

The emotion-packed show also saw the contestants picking out dance styles for their rivals to be performed on next week's broadcast.

And it seemed like judge Len Goodman had yet to get over the quality of dancing the night before.


Disappointed: Drew was partnered by Anna Trebunskaya


Bowing out: Helio's partner was Chelsie Hightower

He raved: 'To say last night was brilliant is an understatement.

'It was the best night of dancing I think we have ever seen.'

Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough then showed off their quick step again that wowed the judges and the audience the previous night - winning a standing ovation.

'Truly an incredible night. Millions of you called,' said host Tom Bergeron.

The first couple to be called on stage to learn their fate were The Bachelor contestant Melissa Rycroft, and dance partner Tony Dovolani.


Saved: Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough jumped for joy as did Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff

They earned 27 points for their salsa on Monday night.

Gilles Marini, the French-American Sex and the City: The Movie actor and his partner Peta Murgatroyd were also called first. 

He was shown getting ready for his previous night's dance, suspended on a harness above the audience, but could be heard saying: 'My zipper was open, I just realised.'

Their tango had won them 25.5 points.

Former Cheers star Kirstie Alley, 61, and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy were also among the first four called. Their cha cha cha had left them with 24 points.


First to hear: Gilles Marini and his partner Peta Murgatroyd


Thrilled: The couples were glad to hear they held on in the competition

Retired American football player Emmitt Smith and his dancing partner Cheryl Burke were next up.

Their rendition of the paso doble saw them win 25 points from the judges on the previous night. 

'This is going to be a tough night,' warned Bergeron as the four couples stood nervously waiting to hear who would survive - and who would be going home.

Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani and Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd leaped in the air and embraced one another when they learned neither couple had been eliminated. 

'You're safe!' said Tom.


Victory: Melissa and her partner spoke to camera about doing well


Think pink: Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani celebrate their achievement

Co-host Brooke Burke Charvet then turned to Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke, whose aggressive dance saw the former football star charge at his petite partner.

She told Emmitt and Cheryl: 'You know what, you guys are safe, too.'

Then it was Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy's turn to sweat.

Tom Bergeron told them: ‘Despite the fact Bruno thinks Maks would make an ugly woman, the judges said it was your best dance so far this season.

'But you are in jeopardy. That may have been your last dance of the season last night. We'll find out a little bit later. But it's not over yet.’

Alley screamed in mock horror as she learned the news.

The show also saw live performances from singer Frankie Moreno - who was joined onstage in a raunchy and energetic routine by season 11 runners-up.


Teamwork: Kirstie Alley and Maksim ChemkovSkiy survived another night


Bittersweet: The pair were glad to hear Drew left the competition over them

Lacey Schwimmer and Kyle Massey as well as DWTS pro troupe members, who did a series of backflips.

Brooke then called on four more couples to learn whether they would face elimination. 

This time it was the turn of Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson and partner Derek Hough, whose quick step earned them 26.5 points on Monday night.

Karina Smirnoff and Olympic skater Apolo Ohno, whose Foxtrot to Fever won them 25.5 points; Val Chmerkovskiy and former Playboy Playmate Kelly Monaco, who landed 27 points thanks to their crowd-pleasing paso doble the night before; and singer Drew Lachey and Anna Trebunskaya, who got 24 points from the judges for their cha-cha.

And Apolo and Karina and Derek and Shawn weren't left to sweat it out as Tom Bergeron quickly gave them the good news that they'd survived to dance another week.


Laughing with happiness: The pair spoke about how thrilled they were will the result


Raging bull: Cheryl Burke and Emmitt Smith

He said: ‘I can tell you two couples, you're safe!’

As they hugged one another, Brooke Burke Chavret told Drew and Anna: ‘I know you were bummed with your scores but [judge] Carrie Ann said you rose to the occasion, but you're in jeopardy. I'm sorry.’

But it was good news for Kelly and Val.

‘We'll get to watch you another week,’ said Tom Bergeron as he told them they were safe.

After the break Drew and Anna and Kirstie and Maks nervously sweated it out to see who would be the first duo to be sent home.

‘The judges praised your interpretation but your scores placed you second from the bottom of the leaderboard,’ said Tom Bergeron of Drew and Anna.


Backflips: Lacey Schwimmer and Kyle Massey returned to perform

‘The judges said your routine was one of the most fun [routines] of the night,’ said Brooke of Kirstie and Maks.

‘The couple with the lowest overall total of judges' scores and viewers' votes and leaving the competition right now is… our Season 2 champion Drew and Anna,’ revealed Tom Bergeron.

The pair hugged as they learned the bad news, and his wife Lea could be seen in the audience looking sad.

‘Clearly this has been our most competitive season ever,’ said Brooke Burke Charvet. 

Drew said: ‘I can honestly say I would not change a thing. Everybody questioned why would I come back? I came back because this is fun.’

He added: ‘We had a great time. I had an amazing partner.’


Judges: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli

As he embraced the 98 Degrees star, Tom Bergeron said: ‘The good news about this season is I get to say hello again to old friends, but the bad news is I have to say goodbye to them on occasion.’

The pair won a standing ovation from the audience as they were eliminated.

On Monday night's show the contestants learned there would be a twist - their rivals would decide what dance they would do the following week.

‘You'll be picking dances for each other,’ Tom Bergeron told them.

‘That is brilliant,’ said judge Carrie Ann Inaba of the surprise twist.

‘Dancing With The Stars, you think you know - but you have no idea,’ added fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.


Survivors: Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas


Support: Bristol's mother Sarah Palin sat in the audience

‘I've never seen them more anxious!’ said Tom Bergeron. ‘Let's reveal the dance styles now.’

A list of the dances - bolero, Bollywood, Broadway, Charleston, contemporary, disco, hip-hop, jitterbug, mambo and rock'n'roll - then flashed up on a screen behind the contestants, who looked confused and nervous.

‘Some of these dances have been performed on the show and some haven't, like contemporary and hip-hop,’ explained Tom Bergeron. ‘The strategy will to be pick a style you don't want and give it to another couple and hope you're left with something you do want.’

The couples had 10 seconds to make their choice.

The couple with the lowest cumulative score overall picked for the couple with the highest score overall, and so on.

Bristol and Mark picked Bollywood for Gilles and Peta, much to their amusement.


In jeopardy: But Kelly and Val made it through

Kirstie and Maks picked disco for Sabrina and Louis, after Kirstie got confused about what she had to do - to the delight of the dancing duo.

Helio and Chelsie chose mambo for Shawn and Derek, who looked unfazed by the decision. 

Val and Kelly decided that Emmitt and Cheryl would be dancing the bolero, while Melissa and Tony picked hip-hop for Apolo and Karina, who looked thrilled.

Apolo and Karina then got their revenge by choosing jitterbug for Melissa and Tony.

And Emmitt and Cheryl picked contemporary for Kelly and Val.

Meanwhile, Shawn and Derek picked Broadway for Helio and Chelsie.


Purple power! Sabrina and Louis got through to next week's show

Sabrina and Louis opted for the Charleston for Kirstie and Maks - which caused Kirstie to drop to the floor in horror before showing off her skills. Maks looked similarly unimpressed with the task ahead.

That left Bristol and Mark - who had been in last place the night before - to do the rock'n'roll on next week's show.
‘Based on Maks' reaction to the jitterbug I think he'll be doing the barhop later tonight,’ joked Tom Bergeron.

Finally it was down to the last three couples to learn who was going home.

‘Let's reveal which couple is definitely safe,’ said Brooke Burke Charvet.

The next couple who is safe is… Bristol and Mark,’ revealed Tom Bergeron.


Strategy: The groups had to pick next week's dance styles for their competitors

He punched the air in delight and hugged her in relief.

‘Which means,’ Tom Bergeron continued, ‘Sabrina and Louis and Helio and Chelsie are the remaining bottom two.’

He added: ‘If you missed last night's show it was like a final of most seasons. One magical dance after another.

‘Now we come to the unavoidable news.

‘Another former champion falls - Helio and Chelsie.’

The pair looked crestfallen at the news but Helio put on a brave face.


Never before: The host revealed new dance styles had been added to the show

Brooke Burke Chavret said: ‘Helio, we are going to miss your smile and we are going to miss your attitude. I hope you're happy you came back to dance a bit more.’

‘Absolutely,’ he said. "I want to thank my family, Chelsie, and I want to thank America! I couldn't be happier.’

Chelsie added: ‘We had such a blast. He loved every minute of it.’

Tom Bergeron said: ‘I hate to say goodbye.’

He then joked that Helio should keep his hat as he tried to give it back. 

The first half of Tuesday night's episode was dedicated to a recap of the previous night's episode in which the celebrity dancers and their partners had shown off their moves. 


Bearers of bad news: Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke

Judge Len Goodman had challenged the contestants to recreate an iconic dance from a previous series. 

Tuesday night's episode also featured an AT&T Spotlight Performance from New York's Joshua Jackson who dreamed of going to college but could not afford it.

He began tap dancing on the city's subway trains in a bid to earn his tuition fees and collected enough money to cover his freshman year of college at Penn State University.

But to pay for future years, Josh still takes a five-hour bus ride to New York every weekend and raises more money by tap dancing.

He showed off his tap dance moves along with other dancers - to the strains of a hip-hop version of New York, New York.

Pop duo Karmin also performed - singing a medley of Hello and Brokenhearted from their debut album, Hello.


Tap dance: Joshua Johnson performed and told his story to the sounds of New York, New York


Delightful duo: Karmin took to the stage

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2215450/Dancing-With-The-Stars-2012-98-Degrees-star-Drew-Lachey-gets-boot-alongside-Helio-Castroneves-double-elimination.html#ixzz28srvTaL3
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