Dancing Stars Talk Success of Hit TV Show

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Updated: 1/04/2013 11:30 pm
        Anna Trebunskaya and Jonathan Roberts from ABC's hit show 'Dancing With the Stars' are in Lexington this weekend performing with other professional dancers at the Opera House for the show 'Ballroom With a Twist.'

       The two are joined by 'Dancing With the Stars' Louis Van Amstel who created and choreographed the show.

      Trebunskaya and Roberts told ABC 36 before the performance that they never expected the popularity and success 'Dancing With the Stars' has received, and added they've enjoyed the show, which is entering its 16th season.

      'Ballroom With a Twist' will be performed on Saturday at 2pm and 8pm and on Sunday at 2pm and 7pm.


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