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The "Dancing with the Stars" 10th Anniversary Special

By Mike Krolak | Apr 24th, 2015

The 10th anniversary of Dancing with the Stars is a big, big deal. Week after week for ten years, DWTS has put on an amazing show-- so you can bet that we'll be toasting a decade of excellence with one of the biggest celebrations you've ever seen!

The show will feature the biggest opening performance in the show's history -- no small feat -- featuring more than 45 dancers, including the judges, hosts, and 15 celebrity alums. Season 19 champion Alfonso Ribeiro will team up with his partner Witney Carson to take on Season 18 champs Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerkovskiy in an exciting dance showdown!

Season 19 champion Alfonso Ribeiro and his partner Witney Carson team up with Linsday Arnold in Season 19 for a Paso Doble that earned them a perfect 40!

Superbowl champions Donald Driver, Hines Ward, Kurt Warner, Jacoby Jones, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice will team up for a "bromance" dance -- a Latin Paso Doble with Karina Smirnoff, Emma Slater and Anna Trebunskaya. You'll also see perfromances from past celebrity contestants Katherine Jenkins, Chelsea Kane, Kristi Yamaguchi, Amy Purdy, Maria Menounos, Melissa Rycroft, Kelly Monaco and more. Then finally, the night will come to a close with Grammy® award winning artist Patti LaBelle performing her iconic hit “Lady Marmalade” with Lil’ Kim and Amber Riley.

Patti LaBelle dances a Salsa to 50 Cent's "In Da Club" during Week 2 of Season 20.

“This is an outstanding milestone and a testament to the creativity and dedication of all the people who have been involved in the show over the last 10 years,” said Dancing with the Stars Executive Producer, Rob Wade.

Missed an episode? Want to see one again? You can catch up on weekly highlights or watch full episodes of Dancing with the Stars with WATCH ABC.

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