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Spoiler alert!: On Monday, the "Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars" cast danced to Michael Jackson and gave it their last shot before the finals. On Tuesday, November 20, the ninth and tenth stars were eliminated from the dancing competition's 15th season.
Did Kelly and Val's low score get them sent home? Did Melissa and Tony make it to the finals? Find out which two stars went home in the night's double elimination and vote in our poll below.
Spoiler alert!: On Monday, the celebrities had their last chance to avoid the double elimination by performing a dance in honor of Veterans Day and a second Latin trio dance. On Tuesday, November 13, the seventh and eighth stars were eliminated from the dancing competition's 15th season.
Did Shawn Johnson's controversial tribal Samba trio get her sent home? Did Kelly and Val's dance chemistry help propel them to the semi-finals? Find out who went home and vote in our poll.
The stakes were higher this week for the all-stars because tonight was their last chance to avoid tomorrow night's double elimination, so the cast really tried to give it their best.
This week the stars had a Veterans Day theme and their first dances honored the men and women who have served this country. Former champ and veteran J.R. Martinez was in the audience. The stars were also tasked with a second dance, a trio. The celebrities and their partners had a chance to pick an eliminated pro or a dancer from the troupe.
Kirstie Alley says that despite a slew of rumors, John Travolta, her co-star in the "Look Who's Talking" films, is not gay.
The 61-year-old actress and current "Dancing With The Stars" contestant also described the actor, who is married to actress Kelly Preston, as the love of her life. Alley made her comments to Barbara Walters in an interview for ABC to promote her new book, "The Art of Men (I Prefer Mine al Dente)." Parts of the sit-down aired on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, November 7.
Kirstie Alley has revealed that there were sparks flying behind the scenes of the 1989 film, "Look Who's Talking."
The 61-year-old actress sat down with Barbara Walters for an interview to air on "20/20," to promote her new book, "The Art Of Men." She told Walters that her co-star John Travolta was the "greatest love of my life" and nearly caused her to leave her then-husband, Parker Stevenson.
Kirstie Alley sent out a Tweet on Tuesday, November 6, to clarify some misconceptions the media might have gotten from a recent TV interview where she spoke about her relationship with the late actor Patrick Swayze.
Alley told "Entertainment Tonight" that she and Swayze met at a table read for the 1985 miniseries "North and South" and although the two were married, they fell in love.