Kirstie Alley Dancing With The Stars
May 24, 2011 by Post Team
Kirstie Alley Dancing With The Stars, It was one of the last performances of celebrities at last night’s “Dancing With The Stars.” Tonight, the live final twelfth of the season will air on ABC 21:00, where the three remaining couples will perform their final routine and the scores they receive are added to the results of the judges of their actions last night. Then, the “Dancing” winner will be announced on the basis of the combination of scores.
Last night, only three teams were at Chelsea, and Mark, Kirstie and Maks, and Hines and Kym. The three performed two routines last night, including the election of judges and Freestyle.
Chelsea and Mark made a sxy Samba for the election of judges who were awarded 29 points for Samba. They did a routine full of creative twists and turns of her freestyle dance that earned them a perfect 30 points.
Kirstie and Maks made an animated series and stopped in mid-routine to get the crowd to cheer and scored 27 points for Samba. For the freestyle, the two shook out while Kirstie impressed the judges with her fitness and a wagon wheel and scored 27 points again.
Hines and Kym scored a perfect 30 for the performance of their choice of judges from which they came to the floor wearing a tuxedo and dress sxy for a Quickstep. For the second intervention in a suit that marching band and received another perfect score.
The stand of the night was the actress Kirstie Alley, 60, who has impressed the judges each week with her dancing skills in growth.
It has also been gaining much attention for her figure. During the season, Lane was known for her dramatic weight loss. It said it had lost a total of 38 inches. In early March Lane told Us Weekly that she had lost 60 pounds in your current diet and wanted to shed another 30 or 40 in “stages.”
Tonight in the end, Nowhere to dance the cha-cha, once again sport the same outfit she wore for her “Dancing” debut that had to be taken in 38 inches for use again.
“There will be revealing that at some point, but really did not care,” he said, according to CBS. “It was like, keep grinding, carving, and carving. And the other thing that is really important to me – I mean, I love the carving, I like being skinny – I’m very strong and agile and really gave me a new life.
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