Dancing With The Stars Week 2: Who Went Home?

Dancing With The Stars Week 2: Who Went Home?

On Monday night, season 17 of Dancing With The Stars experienced its first elimination. If you have yet to watch this season of the show, you can get caught up with our week one recap here.

Rounding out the bottom three scorers last week were Bill Nye and Tyne Stecklein with their Cha Cha that netted them a score of 14 points. Above them were Keyshawn Johnson and Sharna Burgess with their Cha-Cha, which scored them 17 points. Right above them were Bill Engvall and Emma Slater with their 18 point Foxtrot.

Week Two Scores:

Elizabeth Berkley & Val Chmerkovskiy: Samba – Score: 25
Christina Millian & Mark Ballas: Paso Doble – Score: 25
Bill Engvall & Emma Slater: Jive – Score: 21
Jack Osbourne & Cheryl Burke: Rumba – Score: 24
Keyshawn Johnson & Sharna Burgess: Samba – Score: 18
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi & Sasha Farber: Rumba – Score: 20
Leah Remini & Tony Dovolani: Samba – Score: 24
Bill Nye & Tyne Stecklein: Paso Doble – Score: 17
Corbin Bleu & Karina Smirnoff: Jive – Score: 26
Valerie Harper & Tristan MacManus: Paso Doble – Score: 19
Brant Daugherty & Peta Murgatroyd: Rumba – Score: 23
Amber Riley & Derek Hough: Jive – Score: 24

It wasn’t a surprise last night to see that it was the three bottom scorers on the leaderboard in the bottom three. The scores from last week were combined with this week’s scores along with the viewers’ votes and it was clear who was going home.

Football player Keyshawn Johnson was the first casualty of this season of Dancing With The Stars. Was anyone really that surprised to see that Keyshawn got eliminated on Monday night’s show? Certainly, it was obvious because of his lack of dancing talent. In addition, a celebrity also has to have a decent fan base and following in order to stay alive on the show for more than just one dance or two.

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