Dancing with the Stars rematch

The summertime reality hit Dancing with the Stars ended amid controversy when General Hospital's Kelly Monaco took the crown over viewer favorite, Seinfeld alum John O'Hurley. Fans of O'Hurley accused the judges of playing favoritism and ABC of cooking the call-in voting numbers.

Now, the two stars and their dance partners will be back for a dance-off to settle old scores. For the special dance-off, the judges will be on hand to critique the dancers, but only the viewer votes will count toward the final winner. Viewers will be able to call in votes or vote on the Internet.

Dancing with the Stars: Dance-Off will air Tuesday, September 20, at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. The results of that show will be broadcast Thursday, September 22, at 9 p.m. The dance-off will feature O'Hurley and his partner, Charlotte Morgenstern, competing against Monaco and her partner, Alec Mazo, in the dance categories of freestyle, Latin, and ballroom.

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I heard this show was good but I don't care for J Peterman.
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I cannot believe they are even bothering to do this dance off! So glad to be out of the country when America has to endure this crap.
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it says 22 where you get 24 at unless he repost it right
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GO PETERMAN!
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Hooray! I'll be watching.
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The right person will win this time.
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Maybe John O'Hurley will have a "wardrobe malfunction" like Kelly and end up winning the second face-off?! On second thought...*shudder*
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Ha, proofreading a lost art.
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It's because Kelly works for ABC. It's a conspiracy.
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"Dancing with the Stars: Dance-Off will air Tuesday, September 20, at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. The results of that show will be broadcast Thursday, September 24, at 9 p.m."

If Tuesday is the 20th, then Thursday cannot be the 24th.
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yeah! Let's start a riot because a hot girl won a dance tournament over Mr. Peterman!
wait....a dance tournament? why does anyone care?
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I hope this will be fair this time, as it sure wasn't right.
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ABC has to do this because if they don't ratings will go down for the second one because people are upset over the outcome. Kelly tripped in her performance which does not merit a perfect 10! She could of gone out there and fell on her butt and she would of got a perfect 10.
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