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“Casey thought that we should use the national flag of the Confederacy with its circle of stars and three broad stripes of red and white the Stars and Bars.”
“I understand that they want stars in their movies but Musivals have large audiences because they're generally very wholesome and conform to societal values and quality is better than Stars.”
“One of the stars of the US TV show Dancing with the Stars is screen testing for the Footloose remake.”
“During past visits from the stars of "Dancing with the Stars," I've been forced at great risk to take a quick lesson from the experts here in the studio.”
“LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Tonight the three stars still dancing on the TV sensation, "Dancing with the Stars.”
“And tomorrow night's show, the stars of "Dancing with the Stars," which leads us to tonight's text question.”
“Meet some of the new stars of "Dancing with the Stars," next.”
“Bin Laden has three demands: we pull our troops out of Iraq; we pull troops out of Afghanistan; and he wants to see actual stars on "Dancing with the Stars," OK?”
“SHOWBIZ TONIGHT goes dancing with the stars of "Dancing with the Stars.”
“Goalie Anderson stars as Avs defeat Stars 5-3 despite being outshot 51-22”
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