November 11 announcement of 'Dancing with the Stars' reveals that Maurice Greene has been booted out from the dance competition.
ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" finally counts down to the big four. By Tuesday, November 11, night, Olympic gold medalist, Maurice Greene, has been eliminated from the popular dancing competition.
After Monday's performance on November 10, Greene's quickstep and paso doble routines have failed to impress the judges, receiving only a total score of 48 out of 60 from judges. The next day, it was unraveled that the former sprinter and his professional partner, Cheryl Burke, also did not succeed in achieving better score with the viewers, leaving them to be the latest dancing partner to be kicked out.
About his axing from the competition, Greene responded wisely by saying, "I had a lot of fun, I made a lot of new friends out here. I learned how to dance out here in front of millions of people every night. I had a great time."
In the meantime, the four remaining contestants who will compete on "Dancing with the Stars" semifinal are singer Lance Bass, model-actress Brooke Burke, former NFL star Warren Sapp, and "Hannah Montana" actor Cody Linley. Additionally, Linley's professional dancer partner, Julianne Hough, has recovered from appendix surgery. She will be ready for the semifinal to reunite with Linley.