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An informal competition between two dancers who must progressively dance better than their opponent.
After protesting the outcome of the first season's finale, a dance off ensued and another couple was crowned as the winners.
Since Mills is not a favorite of the British tabloids, she may have believed that the celebrity dance-off would win her some American fans.
In a recent In Touch Weekly article, Ziering admitted that he persuaded Garth to join the dance-off, saying, "She had a lot of trepidation at first.
Sweetin got her life back on track and started to make a comeback when she hosted Fuse TV's Pants-Off Dance Off from 2006 to 2007.
Efron and Hudgens co-hosted the 2006 High School Music Dance-Off production.
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