'DWTS: All-Stars' Sends a Fan Favorite Home


Eight remaining all-star couples set the DWTS stage ablaze with their country-inspired dances on Monday night but one unlucky duo will not continue on to week seven. 

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Taylor Swift and Jason Mraz dropped by to ease the tension of the fateful night, with each performing tunes from their just-released albums Red and Love Is a Four Letter Word, respectively.

Following an hour of nail-biting suspense, the moment of truth was near. Despite taking home perfect scores last night, Sabrina Bryan and partner Louis Van Amstel were placed in the bottom two with fellow high-scorers Apolo Anton Ohno and partner Karina Smirnoff.

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Ultimately, Bryan and Van Amstel were sent packing to the shock of the entire ballroom.

The remaining seven couples will move on to Fusion Dances Week, featuring performances chosen by the couples for one another. There will also be a Swing dance marathon.

Shawn Johnson will dance with Mark Ballas for the week as partner Derek Hough is injured.

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Tune in next Monday for an all-new Dancing with the Stars at 8/7c on ABC.