'Dancing With the Stars' Says Good-bye to Someone Who Couldn't Even Compete

So many amazing dances happened tonight on Dancing with the Stars, yet there was no surprise over who went went home. According to the official rules, a DWTS competitor who can't compete ... is disqualified.


Which meant that it didn't matter who was the bottom score this week on TV-theme night. Because sadly, Kim Zolciak and her professional dance partner Tony Dovolani were cut because she couldn't compete after being in the hospital most of the week.

Meanwhile, there were plenty of too-cute couples on the stage! Carlos PenaVega did fine with his opening Golden Girls number, and Paula Deen managed to hang on to another week with a samba to the theme song of Gilligan's Island.

Tamar Braxton and Valentin Chmerkovskiy danced a seductive tango to the theme of Man Men, and scored a 33 out of 40. It was well deserved, and super hot, and Carrie Ann even called it "must-see TV."

Most of the dances of the evening were amazing, but could we please say good-bye to Gary Busey and Andy Grammer soon? I never ever expected to want to get rid of Andy Grammer of the piercing eyes -- but his heart is obviously not in it. Gary Busey I hope is self-explanatory.

Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas did an amazing jazz routine to the them of Breaking Bad, hazmat suits included. The judges loved it, and they scored a 36.

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Then there was that tango between Alek Skarlatos and Lindsay Arnold, to the tune of the True Blood theme. I may or may not be partial to this one, as a die hard True Blood fan. I think they did it justice. 

And then there was Bindi Irwin, obviously a fan favorite -- but can you blame her! She had to learn an entirely new routine after Derek Hough's idea of The Jetsons fell through ... but she came through with flying, dancing colors to the the theme of The Jeffersons.

Then there was Nick Carter, looking nothing like his Backstreet Boys days (according to yours truly), but dancing an amazing Viennese Waltz with Sharna Burgess, to the theme of Downton Abbey. They scored a 36, but given the promo they showed before their number, Nick is going to have to learn to laugh at himself if he wants to move forward in the competition.


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