Who got voted off Dancing with the Stars September 21? Voting and elimination results for Dancing with the Stars will tell us the person with the shortest tenure on the TV show. During the first hour of the two hour extravaganza I was at the edge of my seat because I wanted to have some indication of who would be voted off the show.
There were several indications that it would be The Situation who got voted off. This was SHOCKING to me, because there are a lot of people who watch the show just to see The Situation. However, he didn’t get to practice for the first week as much as he should because of doing work for Jersey Shore. If he’s got too much on his plate, getting him off the show will go a long way in keeping him from stretching his limits.
To me, Margaret Cho was a sure out in the beginning. Yesterday she was insecure and choppy. The judges didn’t seem to appreciate her humor, and as such she received a 15/30 – among the bottom three. However, you could have blew me over with a feather once it was announced she was safe from elimination.
The bottom two were David Hasslehoff and The Situation. As I saw this unfold, I thought quietly to myself “sorry, Hoff … you’re out!”
Many people are saying in the Twitter Feeds that if The Situation is kicked off Dancing with the Stars, they aren’t watching any more. And as such, it was not The Situation, rather David Hasslehoff of “Knight Rider” who was voted off.
This is a warning call to “The Situation.” He needs to step up his game, as the public has already shown that they aren’t going to grovel at his feet. He may have been too cocky – after all it was recently reported that he thought he was “Bigger than Kim Kardashian.”
Of course, I also expected more from “the Hof” but after yesterday’s performance I knew his days were numbered.
I will miss him, but I’m glad Mike Sorentino wasn’t voted off Dancing with the Stars tonight.
Dancing with the Stars, ABC 9/21/2010