'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars' Predictions: Who Will Go Home in Week 1?

It's tough to decide which celebrity is actually deserving of elimination on Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars . They are, after all, All-Stars and therefore (presumably) good. But someone has to go in week 1. And here are our picks.

Dancing With the Stars: The All-Stars Are Back — And More Nervous Than Ever

They're not newcomers — the 13 Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars contestants have been to this rodeo before. You wouldn't expect them to be all that nervous, but on Monday's season premiere, they were. So nervous that Joey Fatone says he panicked a little when he found out that he and partner Kym Johnson would be dancing first. "It was so nerve-wracking," says Fatone. "When you're first out of the gate, there's a level of expectation. And you hope that you meet that expectation, but literally, today, I was thinking, 'What did I get myself into again?'"

Tristan MacManus Is Insulted by the Judges Comments About Pam Anderson on DWTS All-Stars (VIDEO)

Tristan and Pam take issue with the judges' comments during the DWTS All-Stars premiere. For more news about Dancing With the Stars, Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter.

Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff Talk About Their Sexiness on DWTS All-Stars (VIDEO)

Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff reflect on DWTS All-Stars. For more news about Dancing With the Stars, Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter.

'Dancing With the All-Stars' Gilles Marini: For my daughter, 'I would brave mountains'

The dashing Gilles Marini, who earned the second-highest score of the opening night of "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" fox trotting with Peta Mergatroyd already had a steady dance partner, even before ABC came calling.Before Monday's (Sept. 24) premiere of the all-star edition, Marini tells Zap2it that he has stayed in shape dancing with his daughter, Juliana.RELATED: Ranking the returning 'DWTS' All-Stars"I dance with my daughter all the time," says the French actor who plays Angelo on ABC Family's "Switched At Birth" was Luc on "Brothers & Sisters" and had the steamy shower scene in the first "Sex and the City" movie."For her, I would brave mountains," Marini says of his daughter, while ordering a glass of wine at an ABC party in Beverly Hills. "For her I am going to work more than I have worked in my entire life."...

TV ratings: 'Dancing With the Stars' premiere down Monday; 'Revolution' stays strong and NBC wins 18-49

Fast National ratings for Monday, Sept. 24, 2012What a difference a year makes: NBC scored a demographic win on the first official night of the 2012-13 TV season, more than doubling its adults 18-49 rating from opening night a year ago thanks to "The Voice" and "Revolution.""Dancing With the Stars," per usual, helped ABC grab the total-viewer crown, but the premiere of its all-star season was well below both of last year's debuts. CBS' revamped comedy lineup was off some from its typical performance last season, with new show "Partners" in particular getting off to a soft start.RELATED: All of 2012-13's new TV showsABC led the night in viewers with 13.5 million and an 8.8 rating/13 share in households, but that average is down more than 3 million people from last year. NBC (11.05 million, 6.8/10) came in second, beating No. 3 CBS (8.4 million, 5.3/8) by a pretty good margin. FOX was a quiet...

'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars': Week 1 Performance Rankings

Ranking the best and the worst of Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars week 1.

'Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars': Bristol Palin Explains Her New-Found 'Confidence'

The returning alum, who earned a "most improved" label from the judges, talks about maturing since her last season and having Sarah, Todd and Tripp in the audience.

'Dancing With the Stars: All Stars' Premieres With Surprisingly Low Scores, New Judging

Performances from Kirstie Alley, Pamela Anderson and Bristol Palin wind up at the bottom leaderboard as the paddles reflect considerably higher standards for the returning cast members.

'DWTS': Kirstie Alley on kissing Tom Bergeron: 'He won that Emmy, he needed to be rewarded'

Kirstie Alley didn't turn in the most memorable performance on tonight's (Sept. 24) premiere of "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars," but no one will forget the big fat kiss she planted on host Tom Bergeron. "He won that Emmy, he needed to be rewarded," she explained backstage after the show. (Bergeron picked up a reality-show hosting trophy at Sunday night's awards show.) His surprise at the kiss -- which seemed to go on forever -- was genuine, Alley confirmed. "You have to take these opportunities and go in for the kill," she said. "What are they gonna do, fire her?" chimed in her partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, with whom the actress has reteamed after finishing second in Season 12. When we asked Alley -- who's won two Emmys herself -- whether Bergeron kissed her back, she quipped: "He totally had his tongue down my throat. I was like, Tom, hold up, dude, hold up...he sort of...