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'Dancing With The Stars' Week 4: Cher Cries Watching Chaz (VIDEO)

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Let's face it: Millions tuned into "Dancing With the Stars" last night (Oct. 10) to see Cher, hoping that she would give a surprise performance or at least give Len a little piece of her mind for being mean to her baby (wouldn't that be awesome?!). But instead, it was a tame night in the ballroom. In fact, the camera only panned to Cher about seven times.

So that means the focus was all on Chaz Bono.

Cher looked like a proud mama watching her son dance to the theme from 'Rocky.' It just might have been Chaz's best performance ... EVER. It even brought Carrie Ann -- and Cher! -- to tears. The crowd even gave Chaz a standing ovation for his paso doble -- and then they decided to give Cher one as well because, well, she's Cher.

Sorry Chaz, you still got served by your mom.

Speaking of Cher, one of the highlights of the night was watching Cher's reactions to the judges critiquing Chaz. She was cheering, clapping, jumping and even praying -- yes, praying. It was pretty adorable.

To see if Cher helped her son stick around for another week, tune into the results show, Tues., Oct. 11 at 9PM ET on ABC.

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