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DWTS Results Show: Kurt Warner Gets Sent Home

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Nov. 10 2010, Published 5:10 a.m. ET

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Even though Bristol Palin had the lowest scores, again, for another week, still she wasn't sent home from Dancing With the Stars. Instead, it was the former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner who was given the heave-ho last night.

On Monday night, only five remaining teams were left on DWTS. The contestants first performed individual team dances and then were challenged with an instant dance for round two, leaving Brandy with Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Jennifer Grey, despite a knee injury, with Derek Hough on top of the leader board.

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Bristol and Mark Ballas ended up with a low score of 24 from their scandalous individual Argentine tango and a score of 23 from their instant song to “Mas Que Nada.”

Maybe the team’s lack to improve their scores, despite a shocking performance, was what prompted Bristol to finally vote for herself. “I voted last week,” the mom of one told OK! on Monday.

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Kurt and Anna Trebunskaya also had low scores of three eights for their Waltz as well as for their instant rumba to Gwen Stefani’s “Hella Good.”

"I learned a long time ago that life isn't about winning and losing competitions," Kurt told MTV when he learned the news of his imminent departure. "It's about relationships and impacting people. And so I thank everybody at Dancing With the Stars, because it gave me an opportunity to impact people and build relationships. So that's really what it's all about."

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