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Dancing With The Stars Results Recap: A Surprising Outcome

October 04, 2011 07:17 PM by Megan Thompson

It’s Tuesday night, which means another couple will be sent home from Dancing With The Stars. Which star is leaving the hit ABC show tonight?  Keep reading for all the DWTS results!

The show kicks off with Mary J. Blige singing her hit, Real Love, while the dancers warm up the crowd. But now it’s time to get to the results! Chaz and Lacey, who are at the bottom of the leader board, are called to the stage with Ricki and Derek, and J.R. and Karina. With millions of votes casted last night, will any of these couples fall in the bottom three? Brooke announces that the first couple saved is J.R. and Karina. This isn’t surprising since they brought the crowd and judges to tears with their performance. The second couple safe is, Derek and Ricki. As for Chaz and Lacey, they also are safe! Again, Lacey looks very surprised at the announcement. It was rumored that if Chaz made it through this week, Cher would be in the audience next week. We will all have to wait and see if his famous mother enters the ballroom!

It’s time to find out which dance the judges want to see performed again. Len comments that “last night was fantastic,” but as for the repeat performance he chooses Chynna and Tony to perform an encore.

Now for some more results! This time four couples are called to the stage. Nancy and Tristan, Hope and Maks, Rob and Cheryl, and Carson and Anna are next to learn their fate. Tom announces that Rob and Cheryl are safe. As for Carson and Anna they are in jeopardy of leaving the show. Nancy and Tristan are happy to learn they are safe for at least one more week. It is bad news for Maks and Hope, who also might be leaving this week.

Now it’s the troop’s turn to hit the dance floor. The troop performed a beautiful dance to Tara’s theme from Gone With The Wind. This dance is also an example of the movie theme, which the stars will be performing next week.

The Macy’s Stars of Dance performance is up next. Estelle sings her rendition of The Twist by Chubby Checker, but then she introduces Chubby Checker who performs it old-school. Even Len hits the dance floor to twist with Chubby.

Mary J. Blige hits the stage again performing her hit 25/8. In a military outfit and dance accompaniment, she rocks the stage.   

Finally, the last three couples head for the stage.  Chynna and Tony, David and Kym, Kristin and Mark will now learn who else is in jeopardy of leaving.  Tom announces the couple who will be coming back next week is Chynna and Tony.  As for David, who was in the bottom last week, he is also safe.  Kristin and Mark learn that they might be leaving the show. 

So the three couple’s who are in jeopardy of leaving DWTS are; Kristin and Mark, Hope and Maks and Carson and Anna.  The first couple who learns they are safe are Carson and Anna.  Now it’s either Kristin or Hope leaving the show.  Len is very upset that one of these couples is leaving so soon.  Wow – it’s announced that Kristin and Mark are leaving. It’s quite a shock, but Kristin exits graciously.  “I thought she killed it last night,” is what Mark has to say about Kristin leaving. 

This is quite a surprise to see Kristin and Mark leaving the show so early.  What is your opinion on the results, comment below!

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17 Responses to “Dancing With The Stars Results Recap: A Surprising Outcome”

  1. Thomas Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    I hate it when people don`t go with what the Judges know…..Chaz should go HOME. His Dancing is terible. This is when DWTS is BAD.

  2. Wilyoldbear Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 7:39 pm

    Well, another disastrous injustice took place tonight on DWTS but you can’t say you are shocked when you allow the dopey public to have such leverage in deciding who is going to stay or leave. And let’s face one big fact about this show: without the public voting for personalities rather than performance, there would be no viewership on Tuesday night for DWTS. ABC, it’s employees, sponsors and the phone companies are thankful for that. Sure the dancers, celebrities and judges are genuinely upset by what took place. They are actually trying to make a go of this competition with the best of intentions. But as long as some sob story or fan favorite’s vote can outweigh a performance of skill and grace, let’s except it for what it really is: TV time slot filled, advertisers happy. So spare us the compassionate looks and words of solace, Tom and Brooke, at evenings end. You will be back next along with those watching that help to create tonights mess. See you all on Monday!

  3. John Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    After tonights vote I will never watch again. It has become an absolute joke on who goes and who stays. The best couple going home on the third week. Give me a break!

  4. Sarah k Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    I cant believe that chaz bono keeps being voted to stay… when potentially good dancers are voted off!!! he should have gone last week!!!
    he is not a good dancer .. not even a so so dancer.. come on folks… cut him loose!

  5. katzpurr46 Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 8:25 pm

    At this stage of the game it’s kind of still about a fan base. Kristin’s fb is probably not in the traditional DWTS demographic. I’m surprised Nancy Grace is still there. Chaz has enough of a following to carry him a little way and but he’s going to need a good performance next week.

  6. Dianne Cantor Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 8:40 pm

    Let’s get real! Chaz is the worst dancer. Why hasn’t he been kicked off? Every season there’s someone, not very good, who seems to remain. I can’t help wondering ………

  7. Christian H Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    Really confused, but to be honest, I kept forgetting they were even on the show…so though I am surprised because they were good, they really weren’t that memorable.

  8. John Says:
    October 4th, 2011 at 10:26 pm

    I can’t say I was surprised – she sank her own ship with the personal drama of not knowing if she should go to college or be a star in Hollywood. Plus she was paired with “look at me” Ballas which never helps.

  9. Barbra Bronsberg Says:
    October 5th, 2011 at 5:41 am

    This again shows how screwed up the voting is and I am not thrilled with Dancing With The Stars this season. Bono is bad and Kristen and Mark are voted off. That is ridiculous. This to me is the worst season and I will not waste my Tuesday nite watching the second nite.

  10. Mike Says:
    October 5th, 2011 at 6:29 am

    This show is such a farce. If it’s really about picking who is the best dancer, Chaz should have been the first to go. Who cares if he is Cher’s fat boy and that she might make an appearance on the show. That’s not what it’s all about. Kristin is a WAY BETTER dancer.

  11. Carolyn Says:
    October 5th, 2011 at 6:44 am

    It is disgusting to know that the public votes for the “star” and not the best dancer. Chasz and Nancy Grace should have been the gone by now. Chasz is only there because of the gay community and Cher is his/her mother.
    For all the hard work these people (those who can really dance) put into this, it’s a shame that their efforts are not rewarded.
    Get with it people—-stop voting for the personality and vote for the talent.

  12. Natalie Says:
    October 5th, 2011 at 9:13 am

    This clearly is NOT a talent show any longer. It is all politics, Chaz has not talent and “she” should have been sent home but she has a group voting and thats all it takes to stay.

  13. Frank Says:
    October 5th, 2011 at 9:40 am

    What a shame that the worst dancer wasn’t even in jeopary. It really makes me angry when this happens. The judges should have more say.

  14. Bob Says:
    October 6th, 2011 at 6:17 am

    This show stinks this year…….. Only 3 weeks in and some of the better dancers have left the show. Where is the talent show. Chaz has no talent at all and he is still there. Be a man Chaz and do the manly thing and leave.

  15. LR Says:
    October 6th, 2011 at 11:18 am

    This shows how messed up this country is. The worst dancer stays and the better dancers go home two weeks in row. What a joke! I have my favorites, but I vote for the best performance that night. What a another Bristol Palin year? The dancing star that should have gone home, just stood while their partner did all the work,(that pro partner is one of my favorites). I did not vote for them the last two weeks, because the dancing has gotten worse by the star dancer. I am being honest with the voting the last two weeks. The pro dancer would appreciate my honesty and I believe everyone else should vote honest. This should not be a favorite vote, but performance vote. This show is getting as bad as American Idol if not worse. Let’s not vote for the bad dancer and keep the good dancers this week and forward.

  16. Dinjab Says:
    October 8th, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    Carolyn, what’s disgusting is that how the votes go on a celebrity dancing show is of such high importance to you.

  17. sam Says:
    October 13th, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    change format let judges decide winners and the public vote for the final three shows


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