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Hines Ward Dancing With The Stars Season 12 Champions


We have a winner! After three months of competition back and forth fierce ugly featuring tours, art without pretension, and a lifetime of brilliance, the "Dancing With the Stars" Season 12 champions and beneficiaries coveted Mirror Ball were crowned. Congratulations, Hines Ward and Kym Johnson!

You may have guessed the winner of reality living history sparkliest deafening roar of the crowd as the star of the NFL and its Australian partners have highlighted professional. Fellow finalist Chelsea Kane had the technical accuracy, and Kirstie Alley was the natural and physical and emotional transformation. But Hines hips do not lie: he had the advantage of having great movement to win a smile, and galvanize the support of a whole nation turning towel Steeler.

Even after this trip difficult and emotional (the first game was more like a segment reported by Bob Costas, Olympic, rather than an intro show ballroom reality), who spoke darkly about "the act to be a champion, "and two hours full of lead up to what was called the closest competition of the coronation ceremony never seemed a little bare-boned, right? After large amounts of it in previous shows and seasons, was the case of hailstorm of confetti? Why not take all Hines on the shoulders?

Yet I thought the winner was appropriate. Hines played his game both public and judges. He had the heart of a champion and hips of a Brazilian carnival. He showed that real men do cry, and courage true that he contributed to his injury by Kym. Plus, he loves his mother. Now he finally has a shiny trophy to put in that blank space on its tray. Kym and now includes a pair (his first was with Donny Osmond in the season 9).

I'm not saying that others are not as worthy finalists. Chelsea were the first to go, because we had the idea of ​​her, because her little niche in the world of Disney Channel, it was not enough to compete against a candidate to nine Emmy awards and a Super Bowl MVP voting. And, unfortunately, looked crestfallen when he discovered that he had landed in third place, and it was Mark Ballas to wrap his comforting arms. Then it was Kirstie who had concave posture of someone who knew he would lose. I'm glad you found a life partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, however. It is therefore clear that these two mean a lot to them. I like that he called his trophy, if part of me is disappointed that Maks had to go another season without Mirrorball after going so close.

The three finalists performed again in a last ditch effort to increase their referees score. These marks became vanity fair score, since all received perfect 30s, but it was such a pleasure to see all three pairs finished on a perfect score high in the routine of their choice.

Chelsea and Mark were first. And after going back and forth, they decided their favorite dance was "Wizard Waltz", the Viennese waltz to the theme song from Harry Potter. Chelsea reduced his costume a bit, but Mark kept the Sorting Hat, and it was nice see the clever choreography set to music by John Williams again. "You're an amazing dancer, whatever the outcome tonight," confirmed the judge Len Goodman. "Bellissima, bravissima" judge Bruno Tonioli praised. "Sorceress Chelsea. We are all under your spell. "" You're a very, very talented, artistic, smart, beautiful, graceful woman, "said judge Carrie Ann Inaba.

Then Kirstie and Maks danced for the last time, Redux their Week 1 cha cha, that made us fall in love with dancing leading lady. And what difference do they make 10 weeks. He showed up with a twinkle in part your hair and wear a size half of his trust Week 1 ton of costume and more verve. I loved how she and Maks gave each other little kisses on the entire routine, as if to prolong the experience, much longer. I miss the partnership. "Kirstie you naughty girl, you've saved the best for last," says Bruno, who called it "a 100% screen ... sparkling cocktail of fun." Carrie Ann said she loved Kirstie "do." Len said Kirsty, "it produced the best Dance."

Hines and Kym reenacted their Week 3 Samba Earth Wind and Fire "Fantasy", which Hines was devoted to his mother. Kym has returned from his buttery yellow skirt with lettuce and not much else, and Hines was his terrible wave silk cloth at the end of a routine. One could say that this routine was very hiotumpi than it was way back when. What really put on a dance, even if it was like Hines and Kym showed me that they had a memorable dance. "It 's been wonderful," said Carrie Ann. "You can dance your heart and it shows." Dance is a product, "said Len." What is so attractive about you is pack. "Mr. Irresistible," said Bruno.

The remaining two hours was filled with musical performances, alumni and the celebration of this season very highly rated. There were a few segments. The judges said the proximity of the final competition was no clear leader has emerged, and Len platitudes thrown rhymes like "Brawl for the Ball" and "the war on the ground." The judges also had their wacky comments that "yum, yum, what a tramp" and "come on the sun" remixed and put on an entertaining odd rhythm. "What was that?" Carrie Ann mouth. "My new ringtone," said Tom, do not skip a beat.

Psycho Mike Catherwood showed it was not just twiddling thumbs and waiting for the timeout in the "Stage" season. Instead, the reader DanceWeekly an audition for a spot in the "ETAP" Troop held a winning tie-dye a unitard, pink tights and a red ribbon, winning the reactions of members of "ETAP" Troop. The two-time champion of the Macarena Oakland when he was with the company to carry out in the EMF "Unbelievable." It was as if his partner Lacey Schwimmer made a gesture in favor of her hair in two-tone two-tone with their participation. The best party? How he got stripped to his audience at the end unitard. "Words fail me," said Tom Bergeron.

Ballroom added some Black Eyed Peas. The six stars of Grammy Award winners have made their latest single, "Do not Stop the Party" was a welcome addition to the "stage" with their world of dance rhythms and upbeat environment, and participate many lasers, lights, glitter and walked on the dance floor. Season 3 contestant Sara Evans came out to perform his hit "a little harder" on a platform amidst a sea of ​​fog, while the giant screens in the tribute to the finalists return moments.

Super model and all the beautiful soul Petra Nemcova stages its Week 3 ethereal waltz Josh Groban "You Raise Me Up" with partner programs Dmitry Chaplin. And it was a reconstruction of the soft song Petra inspired to start his charity to help tsunami victims. Moreover, Josh Groban actually came out to sing! Tested the singer flew to surprise really the model, and Dmitry had to remind her. And Petra had no idea it was really him singing! What a nice surprise of a surprise. File that under things that are beautiful.

The former "Girl Next Door" Kendra Wilkinson came equipped with the canary yellow strip surrounded by a coterie of men dancing with an improved version of his "La Vida Loca" routine with Louis Van Amstel. I kind of expected her to show her breasts and she explodes Luis experienced during the commercial bumpers. However, given the way it almost fell on his back thin judges podium at the end, it might be good to keep in a safe place after all. "Luck was with these additional types, as it turned out," said Tom astutely.

Chris Jericho and Sugar Ray Leonard returned to their routine with Cheryl Burke and Anna Trebunskaya respectively Michael Buffer makes a return appearance and delivered his famous "Let's Get Ready To Rumble! (Although he called celebraquarium "celebruarium). Chris returned to his beginnings in another place on imitations, this time for Bruno, "rubbing his chest for no apparent reason." Hey, he got a perfect score of Carrie Ann. "I had a 10! "Chris said. He was all for redemption on prom night Tuesday.

Macy's Stars of Dance was number optimist with a Go-Go came together (Oh, Belinda Carlisle. Still sad that will not go away from you season "DWTS"), singing "We Got Beat" with Cheryl Lacey and Chelsie, 1980 and Max play better dancer stripping Police sent directly to our collective fantasies. Max is definitely a beautiful girl virile, but among all girl band and the strength of these women were dancing, I have the girls on the other hand in this. She understands that Bruno had Maks "hat police? How fitting.

Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff who like to swing the ban at the time, with the trumpet player looking over admiration. Wendy Williams is a talk show where he interviewed edition curiously, while Tony Dovolani was in confusion. And Wendy, her breasts and Tony went to talk to Tom and Brooke Burke host. "It feels good to be here and not be judged," he said with relief.

Romeo danced in children. He and pro partner Chelsie Hightower carried out fairly and efficiently moving rod (?) And Whitney Houston children's song, "Greatest Love of All". Romeo was a very elegant and impressive lifts. Chelsie flowy skirt was charming. Romeo looks "DWTS", and this routine, but they are not removed from Season 2 of an eyesore, who was his father, Master P. And there was a children's choir! All these pure, innocent voices sing the background light and clouds of mist. We're in heaven? Why Sarah Palin out there? In fact, Romeo said that the world does not really end. And his sound and check his Twitter handle.

And that, ballroom fans, concludes another dazzling stars, shine "Dancing With the Stars" season.
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