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Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars GIF-Capping: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly From Week 1

Dancing With the Stars premiered last night with all the overly spray-tanned faces, judge sniping and glitter we’ve come to expect and love over the past 15 seasons. And the first all-star season of the oft-humiliating franchise took the competition up a notch with winners, finalists and favorites of the past shimmying their way through a tougher scoring system. You know, since every alum is now an expert dancer (except Pamela Anderson, just saying). But no matter how hard everyone worked, someone has to go home tonight. So let’s break down the good, the not-so-bad and the ugly from the dance floor and see if we can predict which DWTS alum will be having the first last dance.

The Good

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The Football Hall of Famer —“Twinkle Toes” to you DWTS fans — is back! The Season 3 winner closed the premiere episode with a cha-cha that placed him and Cheryl at the top of the leader board. Even Len, who had been particularly reluctant to throw out praise all night said their performance was, “the last dance of the evening and the best.” Score: 24.5/30
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Dancing With The Stars Announces Their All-Star Line-Up: Who Were You Hoping Never To See Again?

Dancing With The Stars Announces All-Star Line-Up

Dancing With The Stars has announced the line-up for this fall’s all-star season, and they’ve got all your favs! And, well, a lot of your not-so favs! The celebs signed on for some fancy footwork include Joey Fatone, Gilles Marini, Bristol Palin, Pamela Anderson, Kelly Monaco, Shawn Johnson, Kirstie Alley, Helio Castroneves, Drew Lachey, Emmitt Smith and Apolo Ohno. Sadly, George Clonney’s lady Stacy Keibler won’t be returning for another round, but maybe you can just picture Joey Fatone in a plunging sequined number? You’re already doing it, so why not keep it going?

she told a Television Critics Association panel today. Thanks, Yahweh! Our question is: are there any names you are already dying to see back on the dance floor? Alternatively, anyone you’d rather see dance their way out of the studio, into a cab and back to their own apartments where they won’t be bothering anyone come September 24? We know there’s at least one; we can sense your eyes rolling.

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