Jaleel White and Kym Johnson put on their best game faces, but their dance duel just wasn't enough for the judges to keep them on Dancing With the Stars.
After being ousted last night, Jaleel talked to reporters. According to Entertainment Weekly, he stated, "There are no tears here. I am proud of my last dance and I can't wait to see it in the morning. The judges have to do what they have to do and there is going to be nothing but good dances going forward from here on out."
Jaleel took things pretty well and explained, "Somebody has to go home, and that's what it is. I don't want to name names but trust me when the next shocker comes up, and the one after that; you guys will be standing here talking to them."
All is not lost for Jaleel. After all, he departs the show 15 pounds lighter and he has a game show on SyFy called Total Blackout. He added, "It just premiered to ridiculous numbers last week, so congratulations to SyFy and NBC Universal. I'm just happy that people are seeing me in a different light and I'm stepping out of my comfort zone. That seems to be paying off for me, so I'm going to keep doing it."