DWTS Pro Louis Van Amstel Finally Takes the Top Spot For The First Time in 15 Seasons
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DWTS Pro Louis Van Amstel Finally Takes the Top Spot For The First Time in 15 Seasons

Louis van Amstel has been with Dancing With the Stars right from the start. In fact, he was the first pro ever eliminated when he and Bachelorette’s Trista Sutter got the first boot on Season 1. Now, seven years later on Season 15 All-Stars, he's seeing his name at the top of the judges' leaderboard for the very first time.

"First time in 15 seasons," Louis confirmed to On the Red Carpet, turning to partner Sabrina Bryan. "So thank you for that, Miss Bryan."

Sabrina and Louis got the top score for their Week 2 Quickstep — a 26 out of 30, including the first 9 of this season. Sabrina told OTRC her partner has earned this win and a lot more. "Louis is one of the most incredible choreographers on this show,” she said. “A lot of people don't even realize how much he choreographs on the show, [including] with group numbers. He's so involved. He's been here from the beginning, so if we go all the way, and the viewers keep us in, I have full faith in him that he can take us to the finals and he can get us the trophy."

Last season, Donald Driver kept saying he wanted to win for his pro partner Peta Murgatroyd — and it worked. Maybe it will work for Sabrina and Louis too. Do you think they could go all the way?

Watch Sabrina and Louis’s Week 2 Quickstep below.

Catch a new episode of Dancing With the Stars Season 15: All-Stars on Tuesday, October 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

Source: On the Red Carpet

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

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10.2.2012 / 08:11 PM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: Dancing With The Stars, TV Stars, Louis van Amstel, Sabrina Bryan

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