Alley, Kane, Ward to Compete for 'Dancing' Crown
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward will attempt to samba, quickstep and freestyle their way to the "Dancing With the Stars" title.
The two actresses and the football star will each perform a pair of dances Monday on the season's penultimate episode of the hit ABC show.
Ward, who was named the Super Bowl's most valuable player earlier this year, says he plans to "be the halftime show" during his Jackson 5-themed freestyle dance.
Alley says she is planning "lots of aerials" during the no-holds-barred routine and "showing people that you can be perfect however you are."
Kane says she's eager to "take full advantage of the freestyle" and dance without rules.
Viewers can vote for their favorites after Monday's show. A new "Dancing" champ will be crowned Tuesday night.