The BBC hit "Strictly Come Dancing" is waltzing its way across the pond, as ABC has ordered six episodes of a U.S. version.
Project will be renamed for the U.S., but the concept will remain the same: Eight celebs are paired with professional dancers and train to compete in a live ballroom-dancing competish.
The way I see it, it's like Olympic ice skating, except instead of watching some Eastern European waif getting dropped, we can laugh hysterically when, like, Ashley Judd or Rebecca Romijn-Stamos hits the floor.
The only disappointing thing is that they're going to rename it. "Strictly Come Dancing" is the best title for anything ever.