‘Dancing With the Stars’ recap: May 4 results

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    “Baywatch” babe Pamela Anderson has been cut from the competition on “Dancing With the Stars.”

    The blondes battled it out again this week as Pamela Anderson and Erin Andrews were put on the chopping block Tuesday night.

    Sidenote: Chad Ochocinco and his partner Cheryl Burke were briefly in danger of elimination as well. The football player got down on one knee after he was saved. We’re not going to say anything about that, but he has given his professional partner a diamond ring and necklace. Just saying!

    Anyway, after Monday’s performances, the judges were stunned to see both ladies in the bottom two. “[Pamela’s] somebody that always brings life to every character she plays,” judge Bruno Tonioli said. “Always different and always uniquely Pamela Anderson. That’s a star quality.”

    While being in the bottom two was a new experience for Erin, this was Pam’s third time there. Judge Len Goodman couldn’t make heads or tails of the situation.
    “To think that one of these two couples will be dancing for the last time is nonsensical because you should both be here next week,” he told Pamela and Erin. This leaves us to wonder who he feels should have gone home this week.

    Sadly someone had to be sent packing last night, and the odds were not in Pam’s favor. Honestly, between her and Erin, we weren’t surprised to see that she was the one eliminated.

    This latest casting cut leaves just five competitors left in the running for the top prize. See how far the remaining celebs are willing to go to get the mirrorball on Monday when ABC airs “Dancing With the Stars” at 8 p.m. EST.



    – Sonya Eskridge



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