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Dancing with the Stars Results: Oh, Sherri!

6 years ago by Nadya Vlassoff

Photo: ABC

This week’s elimination episode of Dancing With The Stars saw the return of old contestants, a second performance by KISS, and another celebrity go home.

Like each week on Dancing with the Stars, hosts Tom Bergeron and Cheryl Burke divided the couples into two groups, those who were safe and those who were in danger of being sent home.

On Tuesday night, no one was more surprised than DWTS judge Len Goodman when Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower faced elimination in the bottom two. The night before on Dancing with the Stars, Fegan and Hightower danced an almost flawless Viennese Waltz for a score of 26. DWTS judge and Carrie Ann Inaba even called Fegan the best male dancer in the competition.

As Dancing with the Stars fate would have it, Sherri Shepherd of The View and Val Chmerkovskiy were also in the bottom two after their tango score of 21 from Monday night’s performances. After Carrie Ann called Shepherd “expressionless,” the crowd was in shock and booed in Sherri’s defense. However, the crowd’s reaction wasn’t enough to save them as Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy were the latest couple to exit the Dancing With The Stars stage.

Although Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus received the lowest score on Monday night with 20, the pair was spared from the bottom two along with Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff who only last week were in danger of being eliminated.

And what about Melissa Gilbert’s injury report? Dance partner Maks Chmerkovskiy was on hand to accept their ticket into the next round since Gilbert wasn’t allowed to attend due to her concussion from the night before.

What did you guys think? Did Sherri deserve to be eliminated from Dancing with the Stars?

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Nadya Vlassoff joined The Deadbolt in 2009 and currently serves as associate content director and contributing editor. A former writer for the boutique apparel and accessories blog MelroseStreet.com, Nadya has interviewed and worked with a variety of top names in pop culture, fashion, entertainment and sports.