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Source: DWTS Producers Want Kyle as Final All-Star for Drama With Bristol

Are you feeling powerful? Today is the last day to vote for the 13th Dancing With the Stars Season 15 All-Stars celebrity. It’s important to make your choice known — especially since HollywoodLife's DWTS source claims The Powers That Be may use this vote as an indicator of what fans want out of the season.

If we vote in Kyle Massey as the 13th contestant, it will reportedly please producers who want to see Kyle opposite fellow Season 11 finalist Bristol Palin — since Kyle's family is now suing Bristol's other reality TV show for allegedly stealing their concept. Drama alert!

If not Kyle, the producers are said to want viewers to pick Carson Kressley since, a source told HollywoodLife, he was "loved by the cast and crew" and everyone thought he was the funniest thing ever.

Sadly, the producers sound less excited about the option of Sabrina Bryan returning. They reportedly "loved" working with the Season 5 dancer, but think she's not going to bring any drama. The source said “if America does pick Sabrina, [producers will] know the fans are just interested in the dancing this year, and having favorites back, and no funny business or drama.”

So there you have it. If you want all dancing, no silly stuff or drama ... you're probably out of luck, 'cause it's not like the other All-Stars aren't going to be dramatic. But Sabrina is the best bet for the 13th contestant, from that perspective.

Did you vote? If so, share your vote in the comments. If you haven’t voted yet, do it now!

Dancing With the Stars Season 15: All-Stars will premiere on Monday, September 24 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. Check out the full All-Stars cast list here.

Source: HollywoodLife

Gina Carbone is a contributing writer at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @ginacarbone.

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