Dancing With the Stars

Season 8 Episode 13

Episode 807A

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Apr 21, 2009 on ABC
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Episode 807A
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It's time for another dance off, which means another celebrity will leave the floor for good.

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  • Celtic Woman performs!!!! =D

    9.5
    I love Celtic Woman!!!! =D I was so happy when I heard that they were going to perform! Since they're Celtic singers, I never would have guessed they would one day be on Dancing with the Stars, but I'm glad they were =D They were great! The competition they're having for the new professional dancer next season is cool. It was a lot of fun watching them dance and getting to vote for them. Now if only we could have a say about the other dancers coming to next season... Lawrence and Edyta have finally been voted off! Thank goodness! And how funny that it happened the week she wore more clothes XD HAH!!!! XDmoreless
  • I was very impressed with the performances given and how quickly the show ran.

    9.5
    Absolutely best 1hour show for elimination night yet. Encore performance, requested by the judges, was the Group Dance. It was just as much fun to watch the second time. Natasha Bedingfield performed her current hit single "Soulmate". Dmitry Chaplin and Lacey Schwimmer performed a beautiful dance routine to the song. Next performance was the cast of the international dance sensation, Burn the Floor. According to the Web, Burn the Floor has thrilled audiences, in more than 30 countries worldwide. Show casing the passion and history of Ballroom dance. They performed an original number, by world champion Ballroom dancer and Burn the Floor creator & choreographer, Jason Gilkison. Next performance was the international musical ensemble Celtic Woman, performing the favourite, "You Raise Me Up". Four beautiful voices backed by a Celtic violinist, & six-person choir. Could have listened to them all night. Dancers were the three-time, World Cabaret Champions, professional dancers Eric Luna & Georgia Ambarian. Dancing with the Stars started auditions for one Professional Dancer spot for next season. The audience will vote who that will be. We saw three performances, by couples, which were competing against each other, while dancing together. First couple were Aston & Brent, dancing the Cha-cha. Second couple were Mayo & Anna, dancing the Waltz. Third couple were Snow & Genya, dancing the Mambo. They were all very good. Lawrence Taylor & Edyta Sliwinska received the lowest total score, when combined with the judge's and the audience's votes and were eliminated. Lawrence was the happiest we have seen him all season.moreless
Afton Delgrosso

Afton Delgrosso

Professional Dancer

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Brent Borbon

Brent Borbon

Professional Dancer

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Anna Demidova

Anna Demidova

Professional Dancer

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Music Acts:

      Natasha Beddingfield performed "Soulmate" while Lacey Schwimmer and Dmitry Chaplin danced.

      Celtic Woman performed "You Raise Me Up" while cabaret champions, Eric Luna & Georgia Ambarian, danced.

      The cast of the Broadway musical, Burn the Floor performed.

    • Judge's Encore Dance

      Group Dance 60's
      "The Clapping Song" by Shirley Ellis

    • ProDancer Competition

      Six professional dancers compete for the opportunity to secure a place in the next season of Dancing with The Stars.

      Brent Borbon & Afton Delgrosso - Cha Cha
      "Damaged" by Danity Kane

      Mayo Alanen & Anna Demidova - Waltz
      "Weekend in New England" by Barry Manilow

      Genya Mazo & Snow Urbin - Rumba
      "Stop & Stare" by OneRepublic

    • The bottom two couples were Ty Murray & Chelsie Hightower and Lawrence Taylor & Edyta Sliwinska.

      Eliminated couple Lawrence Taylor & Edyta Sliwinska danced their last dance to "I Hate This Part" by Pussycat Dolls.

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