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Reality Fix: Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars, Week 5 

Photo Credit: Adam Taylor/ABC

Let’s just get this out of the way: No one got kicked off this week.

Okay now let’s discuss another great week. Of course, the individual dances were great but let’s discuss the team dances.  For the first time, the team dances were freestyle, which normally is just reserved for the final. And I have to say these were two of my favorite dances. Each team was given a “guilty pleasure” song dance to. 

Monday night was Team “Call Me Maybe.”(Now it’s in your head)  Team Captains were Derek and Shawn and their team was:  Melissa and Tony, Apolo and Karina, and Sabrina and Louie. Now, during rehearsal Melissa had hurt her neck. She was taken to the hospital by ambulance and had a very serious injury. Would she be able to dance? The answer is yes she did!!! The amount of tricks and team work on this dance was amazing and it was really a great  job. But nothing could prepare me for what was the other group dance…..

Photo Credit: Adam Taylor/ABC

Team Gangnam Style:  Team Captains, Gilles and Peta picked Emmett and Cheryl; Kirstie and Maks; and Kelly and Val. They decided that they wanted their dance to be fun. And I have to say no dance has ever made me smile, laugh and entertain me like this one did. If you didn’t see this dance, please do yourself a favor and go to and check it out.  If you are having a bad day, it will make you feel so much better.  In fact, watch both team dances, because as different as they were they showed what Dancing with the Stars is all about.

Next week, all the votes and scores will be combined with this week. Definitely make sure you vote for your favorites!  The race is tight. (This sounds familiar. I feel like we should be voting for something else, but what is more important then DWTS?)

P.S.  Here’s another incentive to watch the team dances: Gilles strips down to his underwear/towel…….not joking. You’re welcome America.

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