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Here's who you'd like to see return to the dance floor

Shaun Harrison
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We asked and you answered. Here are your top celebrity picks for Dancing with the Stars All-Stars. Some are fan favorites, some are winners, some were shockingly eliminated, and some even shared the same pro as another top vote-getter (there is very likely going to be some partner-swapping anyway). Take a look at your dream cast.
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Kelly Monaco

Monaco, who was paired with Alec Mazo, was the first Dancing champ, but after fans of runner-up John O'Hurley complained that he was robbed, the two faced off in a grudge match, which O'Hurley won."I just hope Kelly Monaco is one of [the All-Stars]. DWTS pretty well stabbed her in the back the first season." — Debsafan
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Sabrina Bryan

Bryan, who was paired with Mark Ballas, was the show's first and most memorable shocking elimination, exiting Season 5 in 7th place despite being the front-runner. Even with only six dances, she had the third-highest season score average of 27, behind only the finalists, who danced 15 routines. "Sabrina should definitely be in the mix. That was just a fiasco that season! People took for granted she had the votes and stopped voting for her." — echodobes
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Mel B

The Spice Girl, who was partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, consistently scored higher than eventual champ Helio Castroneves, but she wound up in second place. "YES PLEASE let's see Mel B with Maksim again." — greenknees
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Gilles Marini

Marini and partner Cheryl Burke were atop the leader board eight out of the 11 weeks in Season 8, but fell to Shawn Johnson and Mark Ballas in the final. "I think Gilles was robbed — so I'd love to see him have another shot at it." — LindaD1949
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Melissa Rycroft

The Bachelor winner-turned-reject was a last-minute replacement after an injured Nancy O'Dell withdrew days before Season 8 started. She and partner Tony Dovolani finished in third place. "If we are talking dancing talent I would love to see ... Melissa R." — VivianW
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Drew Lachey

The former 98 Degrees singer won Season 2 with Cheryl Burke, and their "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" freestyle is fabled in Dancing history. "That's who I'd pick. If I'm gonna watch next year I wanna see amazing dancing, entertainers and I wanna be wowed. I wanna watch a real competition with dancers who feel the music, who move their bodies and especially those who make it exciting for us as viewers to watch. That's what I want." — koulchick
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Joey Fatone

The 'N Sync-er and partner Kym Johnson were the top scorers the first week of Season 4, but came up just shy to Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough in the final. "I would LOOOOVE to see Joey Fatone!!!" — VivianW
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Mario Lopez

The Extra host and partner Karina Smirnoff tied Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke in the scores in the Season 3 finale, but the people chose the Super Bowl champ instead. "Mario Lopez should get another chance because he could not compete with the huge fan base of a football player." — wesage
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Stacy Keibler

The leggy ex-wrestler and partner Tony Dovolani were only a point behind winners Drew Lachey and Cheryl Burke in the Season 2 final, but their subpar freestyle — the make-it-or-break-it dance — no doubt hurt them. "Stacy Keibler and Tony D. were the 2 that got me hooked on dancing." — Brian Proper
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Ralph Macchio

The eternally young-looking Karate Kid was beset by injuries and finished in fourth place in Season 12 with Karina Smirnoff — the same week 15 points were awarded to one team (Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas) in a cha-cha face-off, putting Macchio and Smirnoff behind them by 25 points. "I'd like to see Ralph Macchio come back." — Scotchkiss
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Evan Lysacek

The figure skater, who was paired with Anna Trebunskaya, became the first Olympian to lose in the final, falling to Nicole Scherzinger and Derek Hough in Season 10. "Of all the dances, [Lysacek's] are the ones I've gone back and rewatched on YouTube several times, especially the Argentine Tango, but his waltzes were magnificent as well." — Darcey
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Marie Osmond

Despite low scores, Osmond and partner Jonathan Roberts made it to the Season 5 final, where their weird doll freestyle and score of 46 — almost 50 points fewer than the top two — ensured their elimination. Big bro Donny went on to win Season 9. "Marie Osmond ... can't let Donny be ONLY winner!" — Steve Repsher