The "Dancing with the Stars: All-Star" cast was narrowed to three Tuesday night, going into the finale for the most challenging competition ever for the Mirror Ball Trophy.
With two former champs voted out of the competition, only gymnast Shawn Johnson, actress Kelly Monaco and former "Bachelorette" Melissa Rycroft remain.
"Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" week 6 brought us a hoedown showdown we'll never forget. Every star put their best foot forward, specifically former Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryan and Olympian Apolo Anton Ohno, who came out on top with perfect 10s.Sabrina and partner Louis van Amstel wanted their rumba to tell a story. It was a story "that really happened in my life," said Sabrina. After the couple swooped around the dance floor, judge Bruno Tonioli called the routine "wonderful," and they received 10s across the board.
Olympic speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno is the new face of Omega watches.
Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932.
"I am proud to partner with Omega here in Vancouver and help celebrate the brand's rich Olympic history," Ohno said in a statement. "It is an absolute honor to receive their support and be part of a brand that means so much to the Olympic Movement."
The Vancouver Games kickoff Friday, when all eyes will be on Ohno, who is two medals shy of surpassing Bonnie Blair as the most decorated American winter olympian.