After yet another week of failing to meet the judge's high expectations, Sean Lowe and his pro Peta Murgatroyd were told to hang up their dancing shoes on Tuesday's (May 7) elimination episode of Dancing with the Stars.
Joining the "Bachelor" alum in the bottom two was Jacoby Jones who, despite praise from the panel couldn't garner enough viewer votes to keep him out of jeopardy. But in the end, there was to be no final rose for Sean, and he and his pro were sent home.
After weeks of being saved by viewer votes, Andy Dick's luck finally ran out, as the comedian and his pro partner Sharna Burgess were the latest duo to be eliminated on Tuesday's (April 30) episode of "Dancing with the Stars."
After Monday night's competition show, the now ousted funny man came up with 17 out of 30 points and was joined in the bottom two by "The Bachelor's" Sean Lowe, who picked up 24 points.
After failing to impress the judges with his skills in the ballroom, Victor Ortiz and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold became the latest duo to be voted off "Dancing with the Stars" on Tuesday nights (April 23) results show.
Scoring just eighteen out of a possible thirty points for their individual dance in Monday's competition, the couple were joined on the bottom by Andy Dick and his partner Sharna Burgess, but the viewer votes took the funny man out of jeopardy, replacing him with Sean Lowe.
Old favorites returned to the ballroom for Monday night's (April 15) "Dancing with the Stars," as pros Maks Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Tony Dovolani, Anna Trebunskaya and Tristan MacManus arrived for a special challenge.
For this week's competition, the celebs and their partners had to dance a portion of their performance next to pro couples in "Len's Side-by-Side Challenge."
With competition heating up in the ballroom during week four of "Dancing with the Stars," Lisa Vanderpump and her professional partner Gleb Savchenko were eliminated from the show on Tuesday's (April 9) results show.
The "Real Housewives" star and boxer Victor Ortiz danced their way in to the bottom two slots on Monday evenings show, both scoring an 18 out of a possible 30 from the judges, but viewer votes couldn't save the exhausted Ms. Vanderpump for another week.
With the competition heating up in the ballroom, week four of “Dancing with the Stars” asked the celebrities to recall the best year of their life.
Before the dancing could get started, there was a noticeable absence during the introductions, as Lisa Vanderpump, who fainted during a practice on Thursday (April 4), sat out the intro to rest up for her performance.