Derek Hough and Kellie Pickler Win The Dancing With The Stars Mirror Ball Trophy

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 23 May 2013

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Kellie says that she plans to write a song which she will dedicate to her dance partner Derek Hough.

HOLLYWOOD - Little country music singing sensation Kellie Pickler is not only a great singer she can now also say she is a great dancer as her and her dance partner Derek "The Dancing Dude" Hough have won this year's edition of Dancing With The Stars.

Kellie told Bedroom Pillow Talk's Carolina Chipotle that appearing on DWTS is the most fun she has ever had other than her honeymoon night.

She said that she has finally proved to herself and to the viewing audience that country girls do have rhythm and they can samba, rumba, salsa, and tango with the best of them including the second place finisher Zendaya Coleman who was teamed with Val Chmerkovskiy.

Super Bowl champion Jacoby "Rubber Legs" Jones, a wide receiver with the Baltimore Ravens, finished in third place along with his partner Karina "Vodka" Smirnoff.

An unnamed source said that Jacoby's mother, Emily had to be restrained backstage after the show because she went after the British judge Len "The Grouchy Grouch" Goodman with her purse.

She was looking for Bruno "The Gaytalian" Tonioli but someone said that he had grabbed Peta Murgatroyd's pink velvet robe and hidden in the women's bathroom.

SIDENOTE: Tom Bergeron told Miss Chipotle that Jacoby's mom, Emily, has been asked to audition for the lead in a possible sit-com titled, Mama She Be Knowing Best.

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