Looking stunned to learn that he and pro dancer partner Anna Trebunskaya are sent home, Jack Wagner states, 'I just had a great time. It was fun to test myself.'
The third week of "Dancing with the Stars" has come out with a quite shocking result. Fan favorite Jack Wagner was sent packing on Tuesday, April 3 after he landed on the bottom three along with Gavin DeGraw and Gladys Knight.
Being in jeopardy for two weeks in a row, Gavin seemingly wasn't surprised with his position as saying, "I'm a repeat offender." He and Gladys, however, were later declared safe, joining the other eight pairs.
"I just had a great time. It was fun to test myself and thanks to the judges," Jack said after learning the bad news for him. "Good luck to everybody else, all the contestants." The soap opera actor also sang praise to his partner Anna Trebunskaya, declaring, "I love Anna. I'm so grateful for her."
Also on the results show, host Tom Bergeron revealed a new twist. "After next week, and for the subsequent three weeks, the bottom two dancers will dance simultaneously for the judges, who will then decide who goes," he announced.