The Dancing With the Stars All Stars finale aired on ABC tonight and the champions have been revealed at last! Who won Dancing With the Stars All Stars 2012? Was it actress Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy? Olympian Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough? Or TV personality Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani? Read on to find out which couple was named the Dancing With the Stars All Stars winners and took home the mirror ball trophy!
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The Dancing With the Stars All Stars winners will finally be revealed tonight on the season finale after a brilliant season of spectacular performances. The DWTS All Stars 2012 top 3 finalists–Shawn Johnson, Melissa Rycroft and Kelly Monaco–gave it their all last night and now their fates are in the hands of the voters and the judges. Who won Dancing With the Stars All Stars and took home the mirror ball trophy? Join us for our live finale recap and find out who won DWTS this season and claimed the title of the first Dancing With the Stars All Stars champion!
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No matter who is eliminated on Dancing With the Stars 2012 Tuesday night, it will be a shame to see them go. All of the remaining top 4 DWTS 2012 cast celebrities have more than proven their worth on the dance floor. All of the top 4 deserve to make it to the finals, but only 3 can continue on to the next round. Who got voted off Dancing With the Stars 2012 this week? Read on for our live DWTS 2012 recap of the week 9 elimination results!
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The Dancing With the Stars results from last night’s first elimination of the season were not at all surprising — not even to the eliminated celebrity. From the moment that Ron Artest (aka Metta World Peace) stepped on to the dance floor, you just knew it was not going to be good.
NBA player Ron Artest and partner Peta Murgatroyd just were not meant to make it past the first week on Dancing With the Stars. Oh, Peta was great and the consumate professional. Ron Artest, however, was like a log with wooden legs. He might ‘dance’ on the basketball court, but in the ballroom he is a dud.
The dancing pair’s cha cha routine scored only a lowly 14 points out of a potential 30 in the Dancing With the Stars results from the judges. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba said the routine “was sexy, but wrong for all the technical reasons.” Rob Kardashian and Nancy Grace joined Ron Artest in the bottom three.
Artest, who oficially changed his name to Metta World Peace recently, was the first to admit he “didn’t really put in enough time and effor to go on” in the competition.
â€œIâ€™m a clown. I think I was maybe having too much fun. But, you know, somebody had to go early and first. Somebody had to go,â€ he told Access Hollywood. â€œBut I had a blast. The cast is great, all the dancers. I met new people, new personalities. I got a chance to experience a new thing.â€
As for his winner prediction, Metta World Peace was ‘amazed’ by former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy star Carson Kressley. “I was happy to see Chaz [Bono] — Chaz did pretty good. He didn’t mess up. And then Nancy [Grace] did awesome, but Carson — he’s the total package.”
Cincinatti Bengals NFL star Chad Ochocinco is “at peace” with being eliminated from Dancing With the Stars last night. Ochocinco and partner Cheryl Burke were not suprised they were the pair chosen to go home on Tuesday’s DWTS results show.
“We kind of knew we were going home tonight,” Cheryl Burke told People after the show. “Our scores were so much lower [than the other contestants] so we felt it was going to happen.”
Ochocinco and Burke received their highest marks yet from the judges Monday night, but still scored lower than the rest of the Dancing With the Stars pairs.
“That’s why I am at peace right now,” Chad Ochocinco said. “â€œWe had a great night last night and thatâ€™s the way to end it. Thatâ€™s the way to go out. It would have been nice if we could have danced like that every week.â€
Ochocinco earned the dubious distinction of becoming the 100th celebrity to be eliminated from Dancing With the Stars. Ochocinco will be headed back to his day job on the football field, but he won’t be giving up his secondary career as a reality TV star. He’ll next be starring on the VH1 reality dating show The Tournament.