Nancy Grace and Tristan MacManus to waltz the night away in 'DWTS' - VIDEO
Stars will tell a story through dance
This week’s “Dancing with the Stars” sees contestants tell a story from a particular occasion in their lives through dance. Five of this week’s couples will be dancing the rumba, which will see them work hip action into their routine.
Waltzing the night away are Nancy Grace & Tristan MacManus. After Nancy Grace’s wardrobe malfunction last week, the news anchor is getting additional support for tonight’s performance.
After being in the bottom two last week, David Arquette & Kym Johnson really need to step up their action on tonight’s show.
Chaz Bono will be watching his knee action tonight to ensure he can inject proper hip movement into his routine.
Judges are expecting another strong performance from R Martinez & Karina Smirnoff tonight while Chynna Phillips is will be fighting to stay atop of the leader board.
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Perhaps the sexy nature of the rumba will up the chemistry between Ricki Lake & Derek Hough.
Kristin Cavallari & Mark Ballas will be dancing the samba, a dance where Ballas really shines.
Taking on the Foxtrot are Rob Kardashian & Cheryl Burke. Carson Kressley & Anna Trebunskaya will be dancing to the dramatic tango. While Hope Solo & Maks Chmerkovskiy are expected to up their game this week with the cha cha cha.
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