"Dancing with the Stars" is counting down to its three-pair contestants after Cody Linley has been eliminated from the show. The ABC's hit dancing competition has announced on November 18 that the "Hannah Montana" actor and his professional partner Julianne Hough have failed to get a high total score for their last performance.
After the elimination, Linley expresses his appreciation towards the show and his partner, Hough. He says, "Words can't even explain the true, amazing, growing, learning journey that I've had on this show, I can't show my appreciation any more to Julianne, I just love her so much and this opportunity has been so amazing". He adds, "Just to know that maybe my dancing can inspire someone to be happy or to want to dance or to bring entertainment to one person."
At the same time, Hough also expresses her gratitude to Linley, saying "I'm so proud of you, I've had such an amazing time with you. This has probably been the biggest journey that any of these couples have had out here. I cannot wait to see what his opportunities are going to be after this show."
Linley got the lowest score after his paso doble and salsa routines' performance on November 17. The 18-year-old actor received a total score of 46 out of 60 from the judges and has been dismissed after the number is combined with viewers' vote.
In the meantime, the three remaining contestants who will compete on the November 25 final of "Dancing with the Stars" are model-actress Brooke Burke, singer Lance Bass, and former NFL star Warren Sapp. Additionally, "Dancing" final will feature Miley Cyrus performing her single "Fly on the Wall".