'DWTS' Shocker! Chaz Bono Survives Another Week; A Pretty Blonde Gets The Boot!

Tue, October 4, 2011 11:00pm EST by 2 Comments

Despite placing near the top of the leader board three weeks in a row, ‘The Hills’ star Kristin Cavallari was eliminated from ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Oct. 4. Are you surprised?

The brilliant aspect of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars is both the judges’ scores AND audiences votes come into play week to week as contestants are eliminated — and boy, did America want to keep Chaz Bono around for another week!

Even though he placed on the very bottom of the score board two weeks in a row, the first transgender contestant on DWTS managed to hold on for one more week — which meant that The Hills star Kristin Cavallari and her partner, Mark Ballas, who consistently placed near the top, were given the boot.

“I’m a little surprised, to be honest, but I’ve had such a great time, and I’ve had an awesome experience, so it is what it is,” the 24-year-old reality starlet told Brooke Burke after the show.

Meanwhile, Chaz tweeted, “This is the most amazing experience. #SAFE #DWTS.”

Are YOU surprised by tonight’s results? Are you excited to see Cher in the audience next week cheering on her son? Sound off below!

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Posted at 2:51 PM on October 5, 2011  

go chaz! sorry for kristin, but she’s not exactly a compelling person to vote for- i mean, do those hills people even count as actors? chaz on the other hand, such a tremendous story of struggle to find himself and his place in this world, such a brave person, putting it all out there, accepting his own flaws and just doing his best- of course america wants to see him, his heart, his honesty, trying, struggling, for as long as possible! dwts doesn’t really become a true dance competition until the end when it’s down to like the top 4… at least, on the few series i have watched, that has been the case. nobody should be shocked.

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Posted at 11:42 PM on October 4, 2011  

Oh, that’s so crappy! She was a really good dancer and deserved to be in the competition. It’s unfortunate that those with the largest fan base remain….even though they aren’t worthy to remain in the “dance” competition.

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