Joining Cloris Leachman who has been eliminated last week, Susan Lucci packs up her cha-cha routine from 'Dancing with the Stars'.
After Cloris Leachman, another veteran actress Susan Lucci has been eliminated from ABC's popular dancing competition, "Dancing with the Stars". November 4 announcement has resulted in the lowest score for Lucci and her professional partner, Tony Dovolani.
Through the November 3 cha-cha performance, the "All My Children" star only received 24 out of 30 score from the judges. Combined with the viewers' vote, the total score can't save the pair to stay on the "Dancing" floor.
The Daytime Emmy-winning soap star says wisely after the announcement, "It was definitely worth it, I just have to say, I have had the most incredible experience here. I leave with a life experience, something I will never forget. I feel so, so much gratitude for the opportunity to have had this particular experience in my lifetime."
Lucci continues by thanking the audience and the fans, saying "I want to thank all of you wonderful audience members here, to all the fans who have voted and kept me here for seven weeks". She also gives a special thanks to Dovolani, saying "And most importantly, I need to thank this incredible man, Tony Dovolani."
Joining Lucci in the bottom two is Cody Linley and his substitute partner Edyta Sliwinska. However, he still remains in the competition along with Brooke Burke, Lance Bass, Maurice Greene, and Warren Sapp.