The judges might find Joey Fatone to be quite the entertainer, but the viewers at home sent the 'NSYNC singer home last night on Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars.
"I'll miss everybody out here. Everybody was great. I had a great time," Joey said. "I'm actually going to a wedding tomorrow so I don't give a damn! I'm going to have a good time."
Past champions Kelly Monaco and Helio Castroneves, who has never been in the bottom two, found themselves in jeopardy this week.
In a surprising turn of events, Bristol Palin and partner Mark Ballas were declared safe despite their last-place finish the night before. Her dancing pro even admitted during a video segment aired during the results show that Bristol “wasn’t the best dancer” in the all-star competition. That makes him the only pro to badmouth a partner.
When asked about her low scores, Bristol explained, “I’m going to get sixes no matter what.” She might not have been in the bottom two this week, but it’s very unlikely that her bad attitude will encourage viewers at home.
Sabrina Bryan and her partner, Louis von Amstel, were asked to perform their quickstep one more time, and they received a standing ovation from the audience — and the judges. They are definitely a couple to watch this season.
Host Tom Bergeron revealed that next week the celebrities be taking creative control and the results show will feature a double elimination.
Who do you think should have ended up in the bottom two this week?