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  • Hines Ward Takes Home 'Dancing With the Stars' Title, Finalists Visit 'GMA.'

    "Dancing With The Stars" Season 12 winners Hines Ward and Kym Johnson strut their champion moves live outside "Good Morning America's" Times Square studio on May 25, 2011, as runners-up Kirstie Alley, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas look on.
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  • Hines Ward Takes Home 'Dancing With the Stars' Title, Finalists Visit 'GMA.'

    "Dancing With The Stars" Season 12 finalists pose with "Good Morning America's" Lara Spencer, George Stephanopolous, Robin Roberts and Josh Elliott outside the show's Times Square studio on May 25, 2011.
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  • Hines Ward Takes Home 'Dancing With the Stars' Title, Finalists Visit 'GMA.'

    "Dancing With The Stars" winners Hines Ward and Kym Johnson are greeted by fans, confetti and balloons as they arrive for their first post-show appearance on "Good Morning America," May 25, 2011.
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  • Hines Ward Takes Home 'Dancing With the Stars' Title, Finalists Visit 'GMA.'

    "Dancing With the Stars" runners-up Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy take to the outdoor stage of "Good Morning America" on May 25, 2011, to show the moves that earned the couple a spot in the final round of the show's 12th season.
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  • 'Dancing': Finalists All Win Raves

    Football star Hines Ward is the season 12 champion of "Dancing With the Stars" after 10 weeks of electrifying performances in the most intense competition yet. Ward and professional partner Kym Johnson took home the coveted mirror ball trophy on the Season Finale of the hit ABC show, May 24, 2011. The pair chose the samba for their final dance and earned a perfect score of 30 from the judges for their performance.
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  • Hines Ward Wins 'Dancing With the Stars' Title!

    Kirstie Alley and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy came in second place in the heated season 12 competition. The 60-year-old actress was an audience favorite. Her improved technique week after week and slimmer figure impressed judges and viewers alike. The costume Alley wore for her "Dancing" debut had to be taken in 38 inches for her to wear it again for her finale performance.
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Hines Ward and partner Kym Johnson, Chelsea Kane and partner Mark Ballas and Kirstie Alley and her partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, are the last couples left to dance into the finale of ABC's twelfth season of "Dancing With the Stars." The couples performed two of their final dances Monday, May 23. One of the dances was a freestyle. At the end of the evening, Ward and Kane each had 59 out a possible 60 points from the judges, and Alley had 54 out of 60. The couples will each have one final dance on Tuesday, May 24, after which the winner of the season will be revealed. Who do you think will take home the mirror ball trophy?
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Actor Ralph Macchio and partner Karina Smirnoff started off strong in the competition, but were voted off ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Macchio's performance suffered recently when he developed a painful knee cyst that forced him to miss hours of practice. His partner has also had her own brush with trouble: during one of their performances, she tripped on Macchio's costume and fell. After Tuesday's decision was announced, Macchio said: "I will never forget how the fans have driven us through every week. It inspired me … ." Who do you think will win in the finale? <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/fullpage?id=13625983" target="external">Vote HERE!</a>
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Romeo and Chelsie Hightower were one of the favorite couples on "Dancing With the Stars" this season, but they just missed their chance at being in the final four when they were eliminated on Tuesday, May 10, 2011. "I'm not surprised because the competition in here, it could be anybody could go at any time. But we went out with a bang," Romeo said after the results were announced. "This show has changed my life forever. I was terrified of dancing. I didn't dance at my own prom. I turned down a lot of movies because I was terrified of dancing ... I think I showed kids anything is possible if you try." Throughout the season, judges had praised Romeo's dramatic improvement and commitment to the routines, and the actor and entertainer had gotten impressive scores.
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Chelsea Kane is shown with her partner Mark Ballas. Chelsea Kane (formerly Chelsea Staub) stars in the web series "The Homes" on Lockerz.com. She is also the voice of Bea in Disney Channel's animated comedy series, "Fish Hooks," the story of three tween fish navigating through high school. Chelsea recently starred as Stella Malone, the longtime friend and style guru to the Lucas brothers in the Disney Channel comedy series, "JONAS." The Phoenix, Ariz., native has been acting professionally since the age of nine. She landed her first role as Young Kim in the national Broadway tour of "Showboat," and went on to star in "Peter Pan," "The Wiz," "Cinderella," and "Oliver," among others. Chelsea starred in the Disney Channel Original Movies "Minutemen" and "Starstruck."
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  • Kendra Wilkinson Voted Off 'Dancing'

    TV personality Kendra Wilkinson and her dance partner Louis Van Amstel were voted off ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," May 3, 2011. "I lasted seven weeks, seven weeks longer than I ever thought I would last," she said after the results were read. The former Playboy Playmate has starred in the E! hit reality series, "Kendra," and has appeared on the cover of numerous magazines. She is married and has one son.
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  • Chris Jericho Voted Off 'Dancing'

    Chris Jericho and his professional partner, Cheryl Burke, were eliminated from ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" during the results show Tuesday, April 26, 2011. Jericho is a six-time WWE world champion, bestselling author, lead singer of a rock band and host of the ABC game show "Downfall." After the results were announced, Jericho said he was proud that a WWE wrestler could have made it so far in the competition. He added that he hadn't seen his children in weeks. "It's time for Chris Jericho the dancer to step aside and Chris Jericho the daddy to come back," he said.
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Petra Nemcova and her partner, Dmitry Chaplin, were voted off ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" on Tuesday night, April 19, 2011. The Czech supermodel said of her participation on the show: "It's been (a) life-changing journey and I made amazing friends."
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Sugar Ray Leonard and his partner, Anna Trebunsakaya, were voted off ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" on Monday night. "That's life. I put up a good fight," said the champion boxer. "I love the spirit of the show. I love the people of the show … I will cherish this moment." Leonard is the only boxer to win world titles in five different weight classes. Since he retired from boxing, Leonard has been a successful television broadcaster for NBC, ABC, HBO and ESPN. He is also among the most sought-after motivational/inspirational speakers in the world.
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Wendy Williams and her partner, Tony Dovolani, were voted off "Dancing With the Stars" Tuesday night, April 5, 2011. The talk show host and author consistently scored poorly during her three weeks on the show. After the results were announced, Williams thanked her partner and the judges, and joked, "Despite stereotypes, this is one black girl who can't even do the running man."
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  • Wendy Williams Voted Off 'Dancing'

    Kirstie Alley continues her blundering run on "Dancing With the Stars." On Monday, while dancing with partner Maksim Chemerkovskiy, her shoe came undone. Last week, Chemerkovskiy dropped her while doing the rumba. After two blunders in a row, Alley tweeted, "U need a universe adjustment !!!!"
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  • Dancing With the Stars: 'Psycho' Mike Catherwood Is Eliminated

    Michael Catherwood and his professional partner, Lacey Schwimmer, became the first couple to be booted from ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." The radio host thanked his fans for their support. "It sucks to be sent home first but I've made a lot of good friends," he said. Catherwood immersed himself in the Los Angeles punk and hard rock scene before moving to the East Coast to study theater at Rutgers University, where he spent most of his time enjoying the emerging New Jersey punk scene. After finishing school, he returned to L.A. to become a member of the top-rated "Kevin & Bean Morning Show" on KROQ-FM, where he developed many of the radio show's most well known characters. Mike is also the co-host of Loveline Radio (Westwood One) with Dr. Drew Pinsky.
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  • Dancing with the Stars: Season 12

    Hines Ward is shown with his partner, Kym Johnson. A four-time Pro Bowler, three-time Super Bowl participant, two-time Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl XL MVP, Hines Ward holds virtually every record in Steelers wide receiving history and will go down in the record books as the Steelers' all-time leading wide receiver. He was given the honor of being named to the Steelers' 75th Season All-Time Team, and this fall will be entering his 14th season with the Pittsburgh Steelers as the longest tenured wide receiver with the same team in the NFL. Beyond his NFL career, his Helping Hands Foundation is devoted to the fight against bi-racial discrimination in the United States and Korea.
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