This is the only Race cast after the first All-Stars edition that was not represented in The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business and the second All-Stars edition.Winner Starr Spangler was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader prior to the race, The following teams participated in the Race, each listed along with their placements in each leg and relationships as identified by the program.It featured 11 teams of two, each with a preexisting relationship, in a race around the world.

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on Sunday’s episode, missed the finale as a result.

In other words, they won’t be standing near the final mat to cheer on the final three teams.

This was the first Race in which an eliminated team was absent from the Finish Line to cheer on the final 3 teams, as Dallas (of Toni & Dallas) had misplaced his passport and the team's money in Russia on the penultimate leg. Embassy in Russia, but it was still too late for him and his mother to join their fellow racers at the finish line.

This had been hinted at in promotional materials aired before the Race began, where CBS revealed that one team made "an unprecedented mistake that ultimately prohibit[ed] them from joining their fellow Racers at the finish line." In a post-Race interview, Dallas revealed that the loss of the passport and money was partly caused by the changing of a microphone battery by production. Applications for The Amazing Race 13 were due on November 27, 2007.

First, however, after flirting with her relentlessly on the race, Dallas is still dating Starr Spangler, although it’s a long-distance relationship as they live on opposite coasts.

“We’ve been dating for a while now, about six months.

We’re taking it one day at a time,” Dallas told Fancast.

As to his colossal screw-up in the episode that essentially cost them the race, Dallas says his passport and money were lost because production needed to change his mic’s battery, and he had to change cabs; in the confusion, his stuff was lost. I said, ‘I need a new taxi.’ So, as I was getting out to do the microphone change [the Amazing Race staff] undid my fanny pack with all my stuff in it because they had to get to the microphone.

CBS had originally planned to only air one installment of The Amazing Race (Season 12) in the 2007–08 season, but due to the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike, CBS ordered a 13th installment as a replacement for programs affected by the strike.