Dancing with the Stars

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Dancing with the Stars
North American PS2 boxart
Basic Information
Video Game
[[Zoë Mode(PS2/Wii)
Aurona (PC version)
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Aurona (PC version)
[[Activision (PS2/Wii) & THQ Valusoft (PC & Online versions)]][[Category:Activision (PS2/Wii) & THQ Valusoft (PC & Online versions)]]
Music video game
PlayStation 2, Wii, PC and mobile
ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 12+
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Dancing with the Stars is a video game based on the show Dancing with the Stars. It was released on October 23, 2007 in the United States of America (U.S.). The game is also being developed for mobile phones, and for the PC.

Characters[edit | edit source]

In the game you have option of playing as selected celebrities and professionals from the show.

PS2 and Wii[edit | edit source]

Mobile phones[edit | edit source]

On the mobile phone version, the only characters listed are the celebrities. There are no mentions of their professional partners.

PC Game[edit | edit source]

For the PC game, the player can choose any of the following characters and he or she will automatically be partnered with either a professional dancer or a celebrity depending on the character the player chooses.

Celebrities[edit | edit source]

Professionals[edit | edit source]

Dances[edit | edit source]

The dances included in the game are taken from the ABC TV show of the same name.

PS2 & Wii[edit | edit source]

Mobile phone[edit | edit source]

Sequel[edit | edit source]

A sequel, Dancing with the Stars: We Dance!, was released October 21, 2008 for Wii and Nintendo DS. The game is much improved on the previous ones, with score multipliers, options for new costumes and switching partners, and new songs such as Push It by Salt n' Pepa, Black Horse and the Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall and Lady Marmalade.

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