To say the judges have been quite stingy on this season's "Dancing with the Stars" is a bit of an understatement.
Entering Monday night's semifinals, the three-judge panel only handed out one perfect score all season. That all changed last night, as the judges were handing out 30s like they were giving them away.
Now that we're eight weeks in to this season of "Dancing With the Stars," the field of competitors is tightening up.
On Tuesday's elimination show, "Bachelor" Sean Lowe was the latest star to get trimmed from the cast.
The judging panel on "Dancing With the Stars" reminds me a bit of the celebrities on the '70s version of "Match Game."
Bruno Tonioli is the 21st century Charles Nelson Reilly, who peppers his sarcastic wit with enough double entendres to make network censors blush.
Andy Dick initially found "Dancing with the Stars" to be pretty similar to rehab, but his stint came to an end on Tuesday night's show.
The performer is the latest star to be eliminated from the competition, and the rest of the cast was sure to let him know how much he'll be missed.
It was "Latin Night" on Monday's "Dancing with the Stars," and the seven remaining couples took to the floor to perform to a Latin-centric tune.
Country singer Kellie Pickler continued her winning ways last night, as her sexy samba earned a 29 from the judges, good enough to win immunity from elimination this week.
Lady luck has finally run out for Victor Ortiz.
The boxer departed "Dancing With the Stars" Tuesday night after spending four of the show's five elimination weeks in the dreaded bottom two. Dorothy Hamill's injury withdrawal and fan voting saved Ortiz the first three times, but his technique struggles and low scores finally caught up with him.
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