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Dancing with the Stars Season 11: Week 6

Oct 26, 2010

Rock Week became shock week on Dancing with the Stars season 11. Three of this season’s most entertaining and talented couples landed in the bottom three. And you know what that means: we had to say goodbye to one couple that didn’t deserve to leave.


The Encore Performance

Brandy and Maks received the highest scores again this week. But they didn’t earn the encore performance. Surprisingly, the judges chose Bristol Palin and her partner Mark to perform their tango for a second time. Even though they came in 6th out of 7 spots, their performance was still a step up from previous weeks.


The Bottom Three

After performances by Kylie Minogue and Heart, hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke revealed the bottom three couples: Audrina and Tony, who took 2nd place this week and maybe would have received 1st if Audrina had put more emotion and personality into her character; Jennifer and Derek who dropped again this week to 5th place, but still didn’t deserve a spot in the bottom three; and Kyle and Lacey, whose entertaining performance should have kept them out of danger.


Elimination

The hosts sent Kyle and Lacey to safety, leaving two couples who have spent week after week scoring in the top three. The judges all agreed that they were shocked to see these two amazing couples in the bottom two. Neither couple deserved to be sent home. Shockingly, after taking 2nd place this week, Audrina and Tony were eliminated. Clearly, America messed up. Hopefully that will be a wake-up call for voters in the weeks to come.


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