Dancing With The Stars All-Stars Week 9 Semi-Finals Live Recap 11/19/12

Dancing With The Stars All-Stars Week 9 Semi-Finals Live Recap 11/19/12Tonight a whole new episode of Dancing With The Stars All-Stars airs and it is the Semi-Finals. Tonight the five remaining couples pay homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson with a night of meaningful performances. On last week’s show the seven remaining couples performed, a Ballroom and Latin Trio round. The remaining couples faced two eliminations and we lost Kirstie Alley and Gilles Marini. If you missed last week’s performance show you can read a recap here! If you missed any performances, you can see all the videos here. If you missed the elimination show you can read a recap here!

On tonight’s show each of the remaining five couples will dance to a classic song from Michael Jackson “Bad” album. Also on Monday night, each couple will dance a dance style they have not yet danced to a theme which was chosen for them by another couple on last week’s Results Show.

Tomorrow night’s “Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars the Results Show” will feature the UK’s new boyband sensation, The Wanted, will perform a medley of their current single “I Found You” and their biggest hit, “Glad You Came.” Legendary performer and world famous choreographer Paula Abdul returns to the ballroom to perform in our final “Macy’s Stars of Dance” with a groundbreaking number. And before the night’s end, two more couples will be eliminated.

Tonight’s episode is going to have all the usual glitz and glam in the ballroom, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of ABC’s Dancing With The Stars All-Stars Week 9 Performance Show – tonight at 8PM EST!


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