DWTS: A Take On Its 10th Anniversary Special

Posted: Apr 29 2015, 6:07am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 29 2015, 6:17am CDT, in Reviews | Latest TV News


DWTS: A Take on its 10th Anniversary Special
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The DWTS 10th Anniversary Special took place amidst applause and wolf whistles. Here is a take on this megawatt extravaganza event.

Dancing with the Stars (DWTS) is one of those shows that remind you of the movie Shall We Dance starring Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez. The chemistry, the attraction and the sexual allure of letting go and dancing to the beat of the universal drum on stage is something that is simply so natural.

One almost wants to say along with Nietzsche that “never trust a pagan demiurge that doesn’t dance”. Especially the nature of ballroom dancing has been brought into the mainstream thanks in no small part to DWTS.

We're so excited Maks and Meryl are back too! The #DWTS10 Anniversary event STARTS NOW!Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Many celebs and VIPs come on the show and strut their stuff before the wild audiences. And with its 10th Anniversary Special, DWTS has suddenly gone from bright to brighter. The Big Ten brought back all the magic moments from the year 2005 onwards.

Did you catch the many returning cast members in the audience tonight? Tag your favorites in the caption! #DWTS10

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In other words, the great and small events since the past decade or so were packed into the space of the 20 seasons since that starting point in time. The favorite dancers, male and female, of the fans were brought before the camera’s eye as they discussed the brilliance and bloopers they experienced along the way. 

The opening was quite spectacular. The numeral 10 was in golden flashing resplendence behind a couple dancing in full glory. Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerkovskiy got their freak on and showed some smooth moves on the dance floor.

Our first-ever Dancing with the Stars champ still has IT! #DWTS10Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

As for Derek Hough, a replacement had to be found since he had incurred an injury. There were collective dances as well. Billy Ray Cyrus shook the audience with his Achy Breaky Heart number and Patti LaBelle made the crowd go bonkers with Lady Marmalade.

The absolute super-sizzlingly sexiest performance was rendered by Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy. They were in their underclothes and in water to do the dancing (literally). Then, Maks Chemrkovskiy’s weird outfit was the funniest performance.

Maksim Chmerkovskiy's Dancing with the Stars audition is EVERYTHING! #DWTS10Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The dance number that had been a group effort comprised of several players including Kurt Warner, Jacoby Jones and Donald Driver. Derek’s alternative was the best in her field. And she was none other than Sasha Farber.

Touchdown! These 7 football stars wowed us with their fancy footwork tonight. #DWTS10Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

As for the best musical performance, it was an accomplished trio that consisted of Lil’ Kim, Patti LaBelle and Amber Riley that managed to pull that one on the scads of people. The finest time for the judges occurred with Len Goodman and one of the dancers.

What an incredible performance! #DWTS10Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

And last but not least the biggest show was put on by almost everyone on the platform who danced collectively to the rhythm divine. It was definitely an event to remember with sweet pleasure!      

What a night! What was your favorite part of #DWTS10 ??

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