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DWTS Audrina Patridge Very Sick and Reportedly Going to Dance Tonight

Posted by on September 27, 2010 at 4:57 PM EST

audrina-patridge-dwts-sickDWTS Audrina Patridge is very sick and reportedly going to dance tonight.

Audrina Patridge is very sick, but isn’t going to let that stand in the way of her performing on tonight’s live show of Dancing With the Stars.

Patridge was reportedly not feeling very well during last Monday’s Dancing With The Stars Season 11 premier. She had a scratchy throat, but it got worse as the week went on. Audrina herself says that she felt worse on Tuesday and then lost her voice at practice on Wednesday. Her dancing partner Tony Dovoloni made her go to the doctor where she was given medicine and put on a regimen of vitamin injections. Audrina says the medicine is to combat the illness and the vitamin shots are to help boost her energy. While she is not getting much better, she says she is not getting any worse and she has continued to practice.

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This week on DWTS Audrina will be doing the quickstep to the Girls Aloud song “Love Machine.” The quickstep requires a lot of energy and she and Tony plan to push the limits of the dance. “We’re going to be all over the dance floor like a show pony,” she says.

The hard part will be mustering the energy to get through the dance. Audrina Patridge reports that this week of practice has been very hard. The illness has her weak and drained of energy. She will have to dig down deep and find some strength to get herself through tonight’s performance. Now that the first week of DWTS is done and the first contestant has been eliminated you can expect the judging to get a little more strict.

You can tune in to Dancing With The Stars see how well the vitamin shots have helped when Audrina takes the floor tonight at 8pm on ABC.



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