VINCE NEIL Comes In Dead Last On 'Skating With The Stars' (Video)

Video footage of MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil's skating debut on the premiere episode of the brand new show "Skating With The Stars", which is described as "Dancing With The Stars" on ice (and comes from the same producers), can be viewed below.

Neil stayed on his feet in his performance, which aired live earlier tonight (Monday, November 22), but only managed to come last in the judges' grades, with just 28 out of 60.

Vince's scores:

Technical Merit

6 / 4 / 4


6 / 4 / 4

Neil is one of six celebrities who are taking part in the competition. The other contenders are Sean Young ("Blade Runner", "No Way Out"), reality star Bethenny Frankel, Olympic gold medal skier Jonny Moseley, "All My Children" actress Rebecca Budig and Brandon Mychal Smith of the Disney Channel sitcom "Sonny With a Chance".

A new series from BBC Worldwide Productions, "Skating With The Stars" pairs celebrities with a world-class ice skater as they prepare to compete in front of a live audience in a televised ice skating competition. The skating pairs are critiqued by a panel of expert judges and receive a set of scores based on artistry and technique, and also by viewers at home, with one couple being eliminated each week.

"Skating With The Stars" kicked off its six-episode run with a live premiere episode on Monday, November 22 (9:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC television network.

"Skating With The Stars" is produced by BBC Worldwide Productions. Izzie Pick ("Dancing With The Stars" and the U.K.'s "Strictly Come Dancing") and Phil Edgar Jones ("Big Brother" and "Celebrity Big Brother") serve as executive producers. Paul Osborne ("I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!" and "Secret Millionaire") will serve as co-executive producer. Alex Rudzinski ("Dancing With The Stars") will direct.


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