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Audience will get to vote when Dancing Pros: Live! kicks up heels

DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS - "Episode 1501" -  From former champions to fan favorites, including a celebrity voted in by fans, the All-Star cast along with their professional partners returned to the ballroom on the season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. All 13 couples hit the stage performing either the Cha Cha or the Foxtrot to impress the judges and viewers at home. (ABC/ADAM TAYLOR)
APOLO ANTON OHNO, KARINA SMIRNOFF

DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS - "Episode 1501" - From former champions to fan favorites, including a celebrity voted in by fans, the All-Star cast along with their professional partners returned to the ballroom on the season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. All 13 couples hit the stage performing either the Cha Cha or the Foxtrot to impress the judges and viewers at home. (ABC/ADAM TAYLOR) APOLO ANTON OHNO, KARINA SMIRNOFF

They might as well have called it So You Think You Can Dance With the Stars. Popular dancers from Dancing With The Stars, So You Think You Can Dance as well as dance champions from around the world will dance off against each other when Dancing Pros: Live! comes to the Ruth Eckerd Hall stage Feb. 19. Using electronic voting remotes attached to every seat, audience members will get a chance to vote for their favorite couples in the show featuring American Idol singers, glamorous sets and costumes, group numbers and, of course, lots of dance moves. Karina Smirnoff, right, and Edyta Sliwinska of Dancing With The Stars will judge the live competition show hosted by TV host Alan Thicke. Tickets are $52.75-$150 and they go on sale Saturday at noon at the Ruth Eckerd Hall ticket office, (727) 791-7400 or RuthEckerdHall.com. — Sharon Kennedy Wynne, Times staff writer

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