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"Dancing with the Stars" Marks Milestone with Awards

Marie is also an alumna of "Dancing with the Stars," as is her brother Donnie. She competed on the fifth season of the show, and memorably fainted during an episode when the judges were criticizing her routine. She also missed a round because of the death of her father. Despite the drama, she made it to the finals and finished in third place. Donnie Osmond won the ninth season of the show. <br><br> <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-100_162-3215886.html" class="linkIcon photo"><b>Photos: Season 5 of "Dancing"</b></a>
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Marie Osmond competes on season 5 of "Dancing with the Stars." (ABC)

NEW YORK (CBS) "Dancing With The Stars" marked a milestone - its 200th episode - by handing out some awards at Tuesday night's results show.

The sash for best dramatic moment went to entertainer Marie Osmond, who fainted while getting judges' comments in season five. She accepted via video from Las Vegas and thanked partner Jonathan Roberts for making it more dramatic by dropping her.

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Other choices in this category included Cristian Fuentes arm injury, Misty May Treanor's leg injury, Kelly Monaco's wardrobe malfunction and Kate Gosselin's fight with partner Tony Dovolani.

The two-left-feet plaque for best worst dancer went to comedian Kenny Maynes, who claimed to be years ahead of his time. "You'll get it later," he told the crowd. He beat out Master P, Kate Gosselin, Billy Ray Cyrus and Steve Wozniak for the title.

Professional dancer Louis Van Amstel, who started the show with Fabio-type hair usually pulled back in a pony tail for performances, won the plaque for biggest dancer transformation. Other candidates were Derek Hough for bleached hair, Tony Dovolani for white teeth, Maksim Chmerkovskiy for changing hair styles and Mark Ballas for his buff build.

Each of the judges got a highlights reel with Carrie Ann Inaba's emphasizing her tears; Len Goodman's compiling his zingers and Bruno Tonioli showing his gyrations.