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Heather Morris Voted Off On Week 6 And Fans Are NOT Okay With It

Apr. 26 2017, Updated 2:36 p.m. ET

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Heather Morris went from a major high to a heartbreaking low on last night’s episode of Dancing With The Stars.

The former Glee star and her partner Maks Chmerkovskiy started the night by dominating the dance floor with a rumba set to TLC’s “Waterfalls.” Heather got her first perfect 10 — and the season’s first perfect score, 40/40! — of the competition.

But things soon took a turn when Heather ended up in the bottom two with ice skater Nancy Kerrigan and then, ultimately, got eliminated altogether.

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Audience members immediately booed the news.

“I have to say in 24 seasons, that is probably the most vocally unhappy reaction we’ve gotten about a result,” host Tom Bergeron said.

Fans online weren’t happy either, and they took to Twitter to express their harsh disappointment.

“Heather Morris being eliminated in week 6 has to be the most controversial elimination in all 24 seasons of #DWTS history,” one disgruntled viewer tweeted.

Some fans called out the show for being sexist: “I feel sorry for the younger girls who are watching this show as aspiring dancers and have to see such sexist results #DWTS.”

Others were left speechless and could only use gifs to express their shock.

Heather, a former professional dancer, seemed a shoo-in for the finals. But her season was marred by the absence of her original partner, Maks, when he suffered a calf injury.

Are you shocked that Heather got sent home? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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