Nancy Grace Dwts

October 5, 2011 by staff 

Nancy Grace DwtsNancy Grace Dwts, Nancy Grace says he had more than a year to “make a comeback” after she and the twins’ life or death ordeal. ” On Monday, the famous artists of the season 13 of “Dancing With The Stars” were told to do their dances on Monday, a tribute to their “most memorable years.” Grace, a legal expert of 51 years of age, and devoted her teammate Tristan MacMa**s waltz on “Dancing With The Stars” to their children.

During her pregnancy, Grace had developed pulmonary edema, or swelling and accumulation of fluid in the lungs. Her twins, Lucy and John, were born prematurely in 2007.

“The three of us, the twins and I went through quite an ordeal, a life or death ordeal, and it took more than a year and I more than a year to recover, to actually make a return,” said Grace OnTheRedCarpet. com after the show. “Just when the music started I thought of nothing but the dance itself and try to run smoothly as we had practiced in the rehearsal room – but just before the start – I looked and saw them [the twins] smiling.”

The couple had the second lowest score of the night, followed only by Chaz Bono and partner Lacey Schwimmer, who received 18 of 30 for their rumba.

Grace went on to talk about plans to win over the judges in three weeks.

“You know, I thought the dance was beautiful, but obviously, the waltz is too tame for this group,” Grace joked. “We’ll have to give a little next time.”

Contestant and TV personality Ricki Lake and professional partner Derek Hough earned the top score of 27 to 30 at night. It was the second week in a row that the pair won first place in the competition.

The remaining 10 pairs return Tuesday, October 4 for an episode of elimination where it is expected that the third couple to be eliminated.

“When times are tough, bend and get through,” said Grace.

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