Petra Nemcova has been deemed the golden goddess of speed by Bruno Toli, but her quickstep might be not patriotic enough for Americans. She has become the latest celebrity being sent home on "Dancing with the Stars", while Kendra Wilkinson surprisingly escaped another elimination.
Kirstie Alley, who only scored 23 out of 30 despite her good-reviewed foxtrot, was the first who learned she was in jeopardy. Chris Jericho who improved a lot last night was also in danger of being kicked out.
The last place went to Petra who received the lowest score in Patriot's Day week along with Ralph Macchio and Kendra. The Czech beauty had been in the bottom three last week when Sugar Ray Leonard was eliminated.
After a performance by Toby Keith, Kirstie and Ralph were announced safe, leaving Petra and her partner Dimitry Chaplin to quit the show. "It's been a life-changing journey for me," the 31-year-old model said in an elegant manner after learning her fate.
Next week, "Dancing with the Stars" live result show will have "American Idol" outcast Pia Toscano as a musical guest. Her alleged boyfriend Mark Ballas, who is partnered with Chelsea Kane (previously known as Chelsea Staub), will reportedly dance to her music.