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'Dancing With the Stars': John O'Hurley handicaps the finalists

In the summer of 2005, former "Seinfeld" star John O'Hurley -- most recently the host of "Family Feud" and a Broadway performer -- competed in the first season of ABCs "Dancing With the Stars" with pro partner Charlotte Jorgensen, finishing second in a disputed finale to "General Hospital" star Kelly Monaco and her pro partner, Alec Mazo. ABC brought the two back in the fall for the show's only dance-off so far, which O'Hurley wound up winning. He was on hand in the audience for the recent 200th episode celebration for "Dancing With the Stars," and he shares his picks for the final three with Zap2it: Kyle Massey, Jennifer Grey and Brandy. To Read More Click Here.

'Dancing': Brandy Earns Perfect Score for Tango with 'Emotional Depth' (VIDEO)

The judges of 'Dancing With the Stars' (Mon., 8PM ET on ABC) happily doled out several 10s to the semi-finalists of season 11. Brandy Norwood and Maksim Chmerkovskiy faltered slightly in their Paso Doble, but made up for it with the Argentina Tango. The pair thrilled the audience with fabulous drama, graceful extensions, a fearless upside-down dip and one move on the judges' table. Bruno Tonioli described their performance as "voluptuous, full of flavor, great emotional depth." He added, "Len is absolutely right the way you extended your body ... right to the limit and back up," dramatically leaning into Len as he spoke. The judges then presented Brandy and Maks with a row of 10s for a perfect score of 30. Source & Video

Backstage at Dancing With the Stars: Bristol Steps Up

It's a shame the cameras weren't trained on the Dancing With the Stars judges for the beginning of Bristol Palin's paso doble last night. Because you would've seen all three of them, jaws dropped, astonished. "I never thought I would see this!" raved judge Bruno Tonioli after her performance. "The little lamb is turning into a tigress!" The truth is, the girl who comes across as reserved and shy has a lot more bite than viewers realize. When asked how she feels about being referred to as Season 11's "spoiler" — referring to the fact that she's still in the competition when others, technically better, have gone home — Palin bristled. To Read More Click Here.

Sneak Peek: DWTS Couples Talk Season 11 Semifinals

We're down to the final four on Dancing with the Stars Season 11. For the Week 9 Semifinals, each couple has to perform a previously unlearned ballroom dance and a Latin dance. For this crowd, that means two Argentine Tangos, two Waltzes, two Paso Dobles, a Cha-Cha-Cha, and a Samba. Check out how the stars are feeling as they head into the last stretch: Bristol Palin & Mark Ballas, Waltz & Paso Doble To Read More Click Here.