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Check out photos of two performances by Kelly Clarkson and one by The Band Perry, as well as the reactions of the eliminated contestants on 'Dancing With The Stars: The Results Show' on Tuesday, October 18.
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See photos of Julianne Hough's return to 'Dancing With The Stars' and her dance routines with 'Footloose' co-star Kenny Wormald and brother Derek Hough. You can also see photos from performances by Raphael Saadiq, Blake Shelton and Susan Boyle on the fourth 'Dancing With The Stars' results show of season 13 on October 11, 2011.
Check out photos from the 'Dancing With The Stars' season 13 premiere, featuring David Arquette, Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest), Chaz Bono, Ricki Lake, Nancy Grace, Rob Kardashian, Chynna Phillips, Carson Kressley, Kristin Cavallari, J.R. Martinez, Hope Solo and Elisabetta Canalis.
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Spoiler alert! Carson Kressley has been entertaining the "Dancing With The Stars" crowd and judges for five weeks despite his own admitted lack of dancing ability. However, during Tuesday's "Dancing with The Stars: The Results Show" Kressley's fun-loving dancing could not get him through to week six and he and partner Anna Trebunskaya were eliminated.
After his elimination, Kressley talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about what he'll miss most from the show and what he is going to take away from the experience on the show.
Carson Kressley says dressing as a cheerleader can be checked off of his bucket list.
The 41-year-old television host and fashion expert, and partner Anna Trebunskaya, 30, channeled the 80s and received a score of 19 out of 30 from the judges for their Jive in week five of ABC's hit celebrity ballroom dancing series (read recap). The pair earned the lowest score for the evening, and were the only team to not score in the 20s.
It's a manic Monday filled with dancing and music of the '80s. And depending on how old you are, that idea is either sweetly nostalgic because the songs will take you back in time; or completely baffling because you've only heard these tunes on oldies radio. I'm in the former category, and yes it pains me to think that our '80s faves are "oldies."
The Bangles opened the show with a medley of two of their biggest hits: "Eternal Flame" and "Walk Like an Egyptian." And during the course of these two hours we'll hear the Harold Wheeler Orchestra play versions of songs from bands like Bon Jovi, Wham, Spandau Ballet and Soft Cell. (Warning: Spoiler Alert)