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"To be honest, I didn't think we'd get that many," executive producer Conrad Green tells TVGuide.com. "It's quite incredible, isn't it? I was hoping we'd get a good response and it was more than any of us could've expected. This whole cast is really the cream of the cream of the crop."
That's not an overstatement: Of the 13 returning stars, only two of them — Pamela Anderson and Sabrina Bryan, who's back via fan vote — didn't make the finals in their ...
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Dancing with the Stars All-Stars season features plenty of old faces, but only five original pairings — a consequence of casting multiple celebs who on their respective seasons shared the same pros.
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Which of Cheryl Burke's three former partners will hit the parquet with her again on Dancing with the Stars All-Stars?
That would be ...
Who's hitting the parquet again on Dancing with the Stars All-Stars? Six former champs, three runner-ups and your choice!
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