The show must goes on, as one of the judges said, Cloris Leachman has to step out from 'Dancing with the Stars'.
Veteran actress, Cloris Leachman, has done her final dance on Monday, October 27 on "Dancing with the Stars". Her cha cha cha and group hip-hop dances could not make her to get another shake in the competition.
Leachman's total score announcement on Tuesday, October 28, gives her and the partner, Corky Ballas, the lowest score among the other pairs. Leachman who usually gets standing ovation after dancing and always receives compliments for her ability to dance in her age, now only received 15 out of 30 score from the judges.
The most shocking is the fact that one of the judges, Bruno Tonioli, truly wants the actress to get out of the competition. Bruno says in a statement after Monday night's show, "I think Cloris should go home. I don't take anything away from what she's done. She's fantastic. She's entertaining. She's a legend. But we have to be realistic. We're past the halfway stage, and the best dancers should be the ones left in the competition." Bruno also shows some respect for her, saying, "Cloris should have gone. And we love her. She's proved that even at 82, you can come out here, do your best, kill it and entertain."
The result also once again ranks actress Susan Lucci in the bottom two. Six celebrities remain on the show. They are Brooke Burke, Lance Bass, Warren Sapp, Maurice Greene, Cody Linley and Susan.