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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Musical Talents Light Up Dancing With The Stars

Nov. 4 2009, Published 9:25 a.m. ET

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Dancing wasn't all that was on display during this week’s Dancing With The Stars: musical talents -- including iconic rocker Rod Stewart, up-and-coming country crooner Colbie Caillat and Ballas Hough, the band featuring dancers Mark Ballas and Derek Hough -- all performed on Tuesday night’s results show.

Caillat told RadarOnline.com's Tina Malave it was an honor to see the show's beautiful dancers move to her music.

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"Singing it live and watching them dance to it live was unbelievable," Caillat, who, surprisingly told us she once auditioned for American Idol -- but didn’t make it! Said Caillat, "I'm shocked that I got this opportunity."

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Ballas and Hough, normally known for their smooth steps, shared their thoughts with RadarOnline.com after a dynamic, energetic performance on the episode.

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Derek Hough said singing is "totally different than dancing," because the process of creating, singing and dancing to a song is more personal and involved.

Ballas told RadarOnline.com: "It was nice to just be out there with our own song."

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Dancing With The Stars airs Monday at 8/7c and Tuesday at 9/8c on ABC.

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