Dancing With The Stars Week 3, Who Was Eliminated Sep. 27

On Monday night, the Dancing With The Stars performances were rushed in one hour so that the show could finish in time for the presidential candidates’ debate.  Celebs who won their face-offs would be safe from elimination.  That left us to wait until last night to learn who would be leaving the competition.

Who was eliminated?  Around the performances of guest bands and brief replays of the prior evening’s performances, pros and troupe members danced and Tom reminded us of which celebs were safe.  We found out bit by bit which remaining celebs were in jeopardy: Terra, Amber, and Rick.  I had recommended that, based on performances to date, either Ryan Lochte (my preference) or Amber Rose should be eliminated.  In the end it was neither.  Ryan is a nice guy who seems to have a good attitude, but he’s consistently been in the lower half of the middle of the pack (at least, according to my accurate analysis) and his performances have been slipping, especially this week.  I don’t understand why he and certain others are receiving inaccurate scores and are being sheltered from elimination.

Well-liked by all, no matter people’s political persuasions, former Texas governor Rick Perry was the one to go.  The “older” guy with the fun-loving and endearing personality was voted out.  Rick had learned to dance over the past weeks so that he’ll look good for his daughter at her wedding reception in mid-October.  He wasn’t surprised to be eliminated, and he comforted pro partner Emma in the process.  He was so sweet and entertaining along the way, and again last night.  We miss you already, Rick!

Stay tuned for Dancing With The Stars again next Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.  I still stand by my choices for elimination.  See you all back here shortly afterward.

Vickie L. Weaver

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