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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Wendy Williams, Kendra Wilkinson, Sugar Ray Leonard and the rest of the celebrity contestants eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars” this season were back in the ballroom Tuesday night for the season finale.
The entire season 12 cast of the hit ABC show joined finalists Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward as they competed for the show’s mirrorball trophy.
The two actresses and football star will each perform a final dance before the new champ is named.
Tuesday’s episode included performances by the Black Eyed Peas, the Go-Go’s and Sara Evans. A surprise performer was also on the bill.
Ward and Kane came into the final contest tied with 59 points out of 60. Alley had 54 points.
Judges’ scores will be combined with viewer votes to determine the winner.
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