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'Dancing like the Stars' crowns a winner

WRAL's Sloane Heffernan competed Saturday in the "Dancing like the Stars" competition.

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Kathy Hanrahan

USA Baseball's Jake Fehling and partner Aubrey Horn were crowned the winners of this year's "Dancing like the Stars" competition at the Southern Women's Show on Saturday. 

Fehling edged out WRAL's Sloane Heffernan and partner Steve Caballero, who placed second. 

Fehling shook his booty to "I'm Sexy and I Know It," while Heffernan brought back disco with "Last Dance." 

The winners were determined by online votes/donations on the National Inclusion Project's website and in-person votes on Saturday. 

All proceeds from the contest benefit the National Inclusion Project, formerly known as the Bubel/Aiken Foundation, which was co-founded in 2003 by American Idol alum and Raleigh native Clay Aiken. The nonprofit promotes the inclusion of children with disabilities in activities with children who are not disabled.

This year's event helped raise nearly $18,000 for the National Inclusion Project.

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