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Ian Ziering picks Jennie Garth for 'Dancing with the Stars 5' finale


By Christopher Rocchio, 10/29/2007 

Ian Ziering has a hunch as to who will compete for Dancing with the Stars' fifth-season mirror ball trophy, and not surprisingly, the former Beverly Hills 90210 actor is apparently playing favorites.

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"[Fellow former 90210 actress Jennie Garth] is doing incredibly well, and I think for sure she's going to be in the finals," Ziering told Us Weekly at an October 24 Frederick's of Hollywood party in Hollywood.

The Dancing with the Stars 4 fourth-place finisher was the one who initially spilled the beans about Garth's participation in the show over the summer.  While she had her reservations about competing on the show at first, Garth has done well on the dance floor with professional partner Derek Hough, who is appearing on Dancing with the Stars for the first time this fall.

Ziering's other prediction for the finale may have a harder time coming to fruition, as he likes actress Jane Seymour and her professional partner Tony Dovolani.

"[They're] doing an amazing job," Ziering told Us.

Alas, Seymour and Dovolani found themselves in the bottom two last week based on a combination of the judges' scores from last Monday night's performance episode broadcast as well as home viewer votes cast immediately afterwards.  However the couple survived to dance another day, as billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban and his professional partner Kym Johnson were ousted.

"He was very watchable," Ziering told Us about the entertaining Cuban.  "He had a certain charm about him."

As for Ziering's own days as a dancer, he currently keeps his moves to a minimum.

"My feet are still recovering!" he told Us.  "[I dance at] some nightclubs and a few weddings, but that's about it."

(Photo credit ABC)


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