DWTS Results: Kurt Warner Eliminated

By Madhusmita, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, November 10, 2010

LOS ANGELES (GaeaTimes.com)- Last night’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars” (DWTS) season 11 results saw NFL quarterback Kurt Warner getting eliminated from the show after combining judge’s score and the votes of the audience. Though on Monday’s show he scored 48 after his two performances and Bristol Palin scored 47, it was mere fate that he could not match up to the expectation of the audience. While leaving the show Kurt Warner said that he had lots of fun in the show and he would miss dancing again on the prestigious platform.

“Dancing with the Stars” (DWTS) results episode saw the audience and also the participants cheering for Kurt Warner as he left the show. Judge Bruno Tonioli praised him for his gentleman nature and good behavior. The judge said that he can be called as the true “American Idol” and he has proven his true sportsmanship. Though Bruno Tonioli criticized Kurt Warner in the performance episode, he later said that the NFL star’s attitude has been “immaculate” on the show. He also praised Kurt Warner for his “incredible” manners and said that regardless of whatever happens the latter has achieved a lot on the show.

After “Dancing with the Stars” (DWTS) results were announced Kurt Warner said that his experience has taught him that life is not about winning or losing a competition but it is about building relationships and “impacting people”. He thanked everyone on the show for their love and support and also said that the show gave him the opportunity to build relationships and impact people. John Legend and The Roots performed last night and also Taio Cruz, Emily Bear entertained audience with their performance.


November 10, 2010: 10:44 am

I hated to see Kurt go on DWTS. I can’t believe people still think Bristol is such a great dancer. I have nothing against the child. If her mama wasn’t Sarah Palin I dont she would be on the show this long. Give me a break and stop the politics.

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