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February 22, 2008 8:11:09 AM PST
"Dancing with the Stars" judges and renowned choreographers Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba will put their reputations on the line as they search for America's most talented amateur performers - who can both dance and sing -- in a massive nationwide hunt. They'll create two rival teams and battle it out on the dance floor to form the ultimate performance group, on "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann."Dancing Mondays are brought to you by:

Episode 107
Mon Feb 18 8/7c

After six weeks of intense training and competition, teams Bruno and Carrie Ann face off on the dance floor for the last time and the winning team is awarded a Hollywood Records contract, on the season finale.

Coming Up: Episode 105
Mon Feb 4 8/7c

The next set of viewers' votes for their favorite team is revealed and the losing team captain - Bruno or Carrie Ann - must send another contestant home.

Episode 104
Mon Jan 28 11/10c

The teams will discover who will have to send a member home, and compete again for America's vote

Episode 103
Mon Jan 21 11/10c

The members of Team Bruno and Team Carrie Ann have been selected. Now it's up to America to decide which team performs best, with the first vote!

Monday, Jan 14 11/10c
Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba must select from the final 14 for their teams, sending two hopefuls home.

Pop sensation and "Dancing with the Stars" Season Two champion Drew Lachey hosts the seven-week primetime reality series.

After the audition show, "Dance War" goes live with the top 12 contestants divided into two teams. Captains Tonioli and Inaba will mentor their teams through spectacularly-themed song and dance numbers ranging from Latin to Pop and Country. The fate of the teams is in the hands of viewers who will vote for their favorite group each week. The captain of the lowest scoring team -- whether it be Bruno or Carrie Ann -- will face the dilemma of having to choose one of their performers for elimination. The champions will win a life changing prize - they'll go on tour as the opening act for a major performing artist and a chance to start a thrilling career as part of a brand new all-dancing, all-singing act.

John Hesling is executive producer and Moira Ross is co-executive producer. "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann" is produced for ABC by BBC Worldwide Productions, and is based on the BBC's format "DanceX."