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ABC 'Dancing with the Stars: Allstars' says ciao to Pammie

By April MacIntyre Sep 26, 2012, 19:18 GMT

ABC 'Dancing with the Stars: Allstars' says ciao to Pammie

US actress Pamela Anderson EPA/GEORG HOCHMUTH

The ABC "Dancing with the Stars Allstars"  results show saw Bristol Palin, Drew Lachey and Pamela Anderson at the bottom three in the first round of votes.

Tom Bergeron, who was on fire last night with his quips. asked them to explain their reasons for returning to DWTS.

Season one champ Kelly Monaco - who has crazy cool chemistry with Val - explained she would have less time to rehearse because of her ongoing role on General Hospital.

Val responded, "You work in a hospital?" Their patty cakes, hand slapping routine killed me.

Apolo Anton Ohno shared he geared up for DWTS like any sporting competition, while Gilles Marini equated a DWTS win as "the true American dream."

Emmitt Smith turned in the best dance of the night, per the judges.

Shawn Johnson, Apolo and Joey Fatone skated by, while Bristol Palin was "in jeopardy" of getting booted from the ballroom.

Then we witness Pitbull perform "Don't Stop the Party." Hilarious commentary from Bergeron ensues. The 'fumigation' remark from Pitbull's version of "Big Boy" (Devo fans, anyone?) was spot on.

Kelly, Helio Castroneves, Emmit, Gilles, and Sabrina Bryan were the next safe contestants, while Drew joined Bristol in bottom town.

Then Justin Bieber warbled "As Long As You Love Me."

Kirstie Alley and Melissa Rycroft were announced safe from elimination, with Miss Pamela in bottom land too.

In the end, the lowest combined score from the judges and votes from the audience was Pamela and pro partner Tristan MacManus.

 



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