Tuesday’s DWTS: What You Didn’t See
Billy Ray wants his mullet back, Bruno rocks a fan's world and more…
Country Duet: DWTS fans were treated to a double-dose of the father-daughter singing team Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, who took the stage pre-show to perform a moving duet of "Ready, Set, Don’t Go." After a good first take, the country crooners high-fived and hugged as fans screamed, “We love you, Billy!” Before treating the audience to a second rendition, Billy Ray joked: "I thought it was barroom dancing–this is ballroom dancing."
The fandemonium continued when someone from the upper level yelled out: “We want your mullet back!” Cyrus shouted back: “I want my mullet back!”
Dancing for Three: After the recent loss of her mother, Jane Seymour used the memory of her beloved mom as inspiration in performing her tango. “I am such a mixture of emotions I don’t even know where I am anymore,” she told PEOPLE. “Last night was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done but also one of the most satisfying things… it’s been a roller-coaster week–that’s all I can say… My mom wanted me to meet the challenge and I’m not going to let her down. So I danced for her and she danced with us.”
Seismic Activity: During one break, a lucky female fan from Laguna Hills, Calif., wanted nothing more than to let judge Bruno Tonioli know just exactly how much he rocked her world, screaming sweet nothings at the Italian charmer from the audience. After finally catching Corey the warm-up guy’s attention, the fan was invited on stage, where Tonioli left his judge’s chair and gave her 9.0 hug that sent aftershocks through the audience. –Jed Dreben
Photo: CAROL KAELSON/ABC
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