Dancing with the Stars – Live Chat 8 p.m. ET – First ever Celebrity Dance Duels and guest judge Abby Lee Miller


WASHINGTON, May 5, 2014 – Tonight on “Dancing With The Stars, couples will perform the first ever Celebrity Dance Duels where two teams will begin a dance together until, half-way through the performance, the pros will step off of the dance floor and the celebrities will complete the dance together in a true test of who’s got the best moves.

Making it even more fun, and on the edge of your seat, is the arrival on Monday of guest judge Abby Lee Miller from the Lifetime reality series “Dance Moms.”

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