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KISS Performs Rock And Roll All Nite On Dancing With The Stars

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When we think of ballroom dancing, KISS usually doesn't come to mind, but ABC's Dancing With The Stars welcomed Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley on the stage to rock the house anyway.

The legendary band kicked off the reality competition's "Rock Week" on Monday night with a killer performance of Rock and Roll All Nite. Dancers with the band's signature black and white face paint hit the floor running, while the judges had no choice but to give the performance 11s across the board.

Want to see how they did? Ch-ch-check it out (above)!

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4 comments to “KISS Performs Rock And Roll All Nite On Dancing With The Stars



  1. 1

    How is this gossip, Mario(n)? You might not thing that KISS and DWTS go together, but Gene Simmons is notorious for his marketing ploys, and his band IS going on tour with Motley Crue, and what better way to get that word out than appearing on one of the most popular shows on TV? And Mario, if the band can't deliver a good rendition of their sophomoric hit after performing it for some 30-plus years, then they'd need to hang it up. You really are a lazy shit, you know that?



  2. 2

    GRe: La Garse – Yep Gene sounded shittier then usual. Sounded horse.
    As for Mario well his idiocy speeks for its self



  3. 3

    oh please. these guys have been playing the same 3 bad songs in the same bad costumes for 40 years. hang it up, it's beyond tired.

  4. Bev Carr says – reply to this


    4

    Both of us don't think that was really Gene Simmons. They did not do near as many close ups on Gene, as they did on the others.