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Thanks for visiting the 19th season of "Dancing with the Stars!"

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First on the floor -- during the last time? Cheryl Burke claimed on "Good Morning America" earlier Monday this is most likely her last season. If she and Antonio Sabato Jr. allow it to be within sniffing distance of 7 days herbal slim extra at least the semifinals, expect the producers to play in the fact she hasn't won the Mirror Ball since George W. Bush was in office (Season 3, with Emmitt Smith). Then again, how many times have we thought Derek Hough wouldn't return, only to get him to reeled back in?
Meanwhile, we say hello to 13 new stars as well as three newbie pros. We say "hello, again" to Julianne Hough, now a full-time person in the judging panel together with stalwarts Len, Carrie Ann and Bruno. With four voices to listen to from and 13 couples to dance on this night, how much movement are we actually going to determine? It's likely a maximum of a minute for every duo. The professionals have their work eliminate for them for making an engaged first impression in this short burst.
First, though, we've the opening sequence, which features the Mirror Ball rising in the sky, Len and Bruno bidding the Queen farewell, and the introduction of the cast members. They're presented in alphabetical order beginning with name, so don't read anything into Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson being the first couple named. Julianne is going to be sitting between Len and Bruno at the judges' table.
Finally, if you discover your camera angles on television annoying or you would like to get from the fog machine, ABC.com has live streams from the 3 positions, including the Red Room, the judges' table, and "a hosted feed that will highlight relevant social media conversations," according to an ABC release. You can find former pro Lacey Schwimmer involved with the second.
Cheryl, now in her own 18th season, has played a job in a number of story arcs, including "partner with a hot, sexy guy." Meet former Calvin Klein underwear model and soap star Antonio. Remember as he were built with a VH-1 show about his look for love that featured his mother? Cheryl intends to use Antonio's face to her advantage, making much more sense when you see how little he has to offer in dance underneath the neck. Tonight, Antonio, the judges aren't loving you, as well as the audience fact is relatively lukewarm with regards to the stiff, tentative, slow footwork in this cha-cha. Len and Julianne criticize the many heel leads, and they think his hips will improve when the feet do. Carrie Ann sees chemistry, but it is a lot more like Cheryl throwing herself at Antonio to cover his awkwardness. Bruno, of course, rolls out the innuendo for fellow Italian Antonio. Score: 25 (Carrie Ann 6, Len 6, Julianne 6, Bruno 7).
The very first new pro up is Artem Chigvintsev, promoted from the Troupe. He's paired with Lea Thompson, who returns to her dance roots with her appearance on "DWTS." She still sounds shaky when she describes Mikhail Baryshnikov's rejection of her more than 3 decades ago. She jokes about the cougar vibe. (Have no fear, she's happily married to director Howard Deutch.) What lovely extensions within this foxtrot! Lea has a natural grace as well as an ease concerning the floor, which isn't surprising except that it looks as if she never stopped dancing. As the routine progresses, alas, the frame fruta planta reduce weight capsule slips, and Lea looks a bit squat. Still, it's difficult to believe that woman in her own 50s! The crowd is shrieking with enthusiasm. "One of the best first foxtrots That i have ever seen," Carrie Ann raves. Len is thrilled because that's "the kind of foxtrot I like." Julianne and Bruno are pleased, too, but note the problems using the frame. P.S. Artem confirms these dances are short, just 58 seconds. Score: 32 (8s from everyone).

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