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Vanilla Ice 'DWTS' debut to 'Ice Ice Baby'

Vanilla Ice makes his ‘DWTS’ debut to ‘Ice Ice Baby’

Vanilla Ice makes his 'DWTS' debut to 'Ice Ice Baby'Ice is back with a new invention – his dance moves!

Dressed in what he described as a “jump suit back OG”, the rapper took the “Dancing with the Stars” stage for the first time in perfom the cha cha 1989 his song “Ice Ice Baby” with professional dancer Whitney Carson.

The 48-year-old interpreter immediately buried his head in his hands when his partner told him he would be dancing with the mega success.

“That scares me,” he said, “I could humble myself to my own song … it’s my song, no matter.”

But the ice has not disappointed. At the end of their cha cha number mashup meets hip-hop, the entire audience stood up, making the legendary rapper to break.

The judges could not help but gush about performance, though they did have some criticism.

“Hey, respected man. I love to see you dance because it’s phenomenal,” said judge Len Goodman, watching yet, “there was not enough cha cha”.

“That made me so happy I can not even tell,” he said. “You’re an amazing dancer. I just want to see more content.”

In the end, the ice landed in the middle of the table with a score of 24, while Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez earned the best score of the night and former Gov. Rick Perry, the lowest.

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