It’s was girls’ night on Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars Monday, as for the first time in 15 seasons, the trio of finalists are of the fairer sex. And while the competition was fierce, one of the remaining three was able to slightly distance themselves from the pack with a perfect 60-for-60 score.
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The week’s twist saw the remaining competitors take the floor for two dances: a re-do of a dance they did earlier this year, and a freestyle of their own choosing with “super-sized” effects.
Melissa Rycroft clearly looks like the favorite going into the finals Tuesday, as the former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader didn’t miss out on a single point from the judges, scoring a perfect 30 points in each of her two dances.
Carrie Ann Inaba told Melissa she’d hit the “jackpot,” while Len Goodman told her, “That had passion — it was wonderful.”
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Not to be outdone, the show’s first champ, Kelly Monaco, was almost perfect with 59 points for her paso doble re-do, and her freestyle set to the Dirty Dancing anthem I’ve Had the Time of My Life that Len called “spellbinding.”
“Patrick [Swayze], I’m telling you, is smiling on you,” Bruno told the pair, while Carrie Ann called theirs “the perfect dance… You told us a happy ending to a beautiful love story.”
Olympian Shawn Johnson got 57 points on the evening, highlighted by a 30-point freestyle in which she was flanked by the U.S. women’s gymnastics team’s “Fab Five” of Gabby Douglas, McKaley Maroney, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross and Jordyn Weber.
Bruno called the dance “exciting, explosive [and] brilliant,” while Carrie Ann dubbed it “sensational.”
Said Len: “It was totally unexpected…so many little different dance moves. Gold medal!”
This season’s winner will be crowned when Dancing with the Stars returns to ABC Tuesday at 8/7c.