‘Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars’ Week 6 Performance Recap: Dance Goes Country

It’s Country Week, y’all! Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars week 6 is also pretty much the only normal week (more or less) we’re going to have in a long stretch of episodes. Considering that this week’s eliminations will take two weeks of scores into account, that’s saying a lot.

It’s going to be rather complicated to make predictions this week, actually. What with the multiple scores — pairs could have as many as four separate scores by Tuesday night’s Results Show — who knows what could happen?

We do at least know how the various couples did last week. Here’s a quick reminder if you — like me — need it.

read more (womens rain boots): http://www.buddytv.com/articles/dancing-with-the-stars/dancing-with-the-stars-all-sta-48208.aspx

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