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Episode #12.13 

The top scorer from last week was at the bottom and Ralph is back in the running as the final six couples on "Dancing with the Stars" await the results on Tuesday night. Play it again: First... See full synopsis »

Director:

Alex Rudzinski

Writer:

Dave Boone

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Tom Bergeron ... Himself - Host
Brooke Burke ... Herself - Co-Hostess
Len Goodman ... Himself - Judge
Carrie Ann Inaba ... Herself - Judge
Bruno Tonioli ... Himself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Priscilla Ahn ... Herself - Musical guest
Kirstie Alley ... Herself - Contestant
Mark Ballas ... Himself - Partner: Chelsea Kane
Wayne Brady ... Himself - Guest Performer: Macy's Stars of Dance - Tribute to James Brown
Maksim Chmerkovskiy ... Himself - Partner: Kirstie Alley
Kym Johnson Herjavec ... Herself - Partner: Hines Ward
Chelsie Hightower ... Herself - Partner: Lil' Romeo
Chelsea Kane ... Herself - Contestant
Ralph Macchio ... Himself - Contestant
Romeo Miller ... Himself - Contestant (as Romeo)
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Storyline

The top scorer from last week was at the bottom and Ralph is back in the running as the final six couples on "Dancing with the Stars" await the results on Tuesday night.

Play it again: First, though, head judge Len Goodman asks Team Chelsea for an encore performance of their cha cha.

To the results: The first two couples to learn their results are Hines & Kym and Kirstie & Maks. Backstage on Monday, Kirstie was upset with herself for having over-acted during her performance.

The first couple definitely safe is Hines & Kym, and Kirstie & Maks are still in jeopardy.

Be our guest: Nicki Minaj is the first of tonight's guest performances, singing her single "Moment 4 Life." This is followed by a short featurette on a 17-year-old girl named Patricia Zhou, who is the newest member of The Royal Ballet of London. Her parents didn't want her to dance, but she kept at it and eventually won her mother's support. She performs to the music of Priscilla Ann, who sings her song, "Dream." Later, Wayne ...

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 May 2011 (USA) See more »

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