Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars Elimination: One Couple’s First Dance Was Unsurprisingly Their Last

Dancing with the Stars: All Star, the boot!

Dancing with the Stars: All Star, they get the boot!


Yes, this All-Stars, people, celebs don’t get any breathing room before the chopping block as in previous seasons.

After a powerful premiere, Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars came back tonight to give one couple the boot (but not before an hour and some change of chatter with each contestant about why they came back). Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty…

The first four couples to learn their fate were Kym Johnson and Joey Fatone, Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough, Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff and Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas.

Shawn and Derek are safe, Apolo and Karina are also safe, along with Kym and Joey. Unfortunately, Bristol and Mark are in jeopardy.

After the crowed partied to a live performance by Pitbull, Hélio Castroneves and Chelsie Hightower, Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy, Drew Lachey andAnna Trebunskaya took the stage find out where they stood. Hélio and Kelly were both safe, but Drew was in jeopardy.

Sabrina Bryan and Louis Van AmstelGilles Marini andPeta Murgatroyd and Cheryl Burke and Emmitt Smithwere all safe.

Beliebers unite! Justin Bieber performed “As Long As You Love Me” before announcing the last group of couples’ futures.

Kirstie Alley and Maksim ChmerkovskiyMelissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani andPamela Anderson and Tristan Macmanus were finally finding out where they stood. The last couple in danger? Pamela and Tristan.

Pamela joined Bristol and Drew to see who was going to get the boot. And once all was sad and done, Pamela and Tristan were the first All-Stars to go home.

SOURCE: E! Online

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