Dancing With the Stars 2012 Elimination Results: Week 4 (VIDEO)

On the Dancing With the Stars 2012 elimination results show for week 4, it was hard to predict who would be going home this round. While some couples who have been lingering in the bottom did better during the ‘rock week’ performances, a few favorites actually scored quite low with the judges, making it harder to figure out who exactly the voters would decide should go home. So who got voted off Dancing With the Stars this week? Read on to find out!

On the bottom following Monday night’s ‘rock week’ performances, we had Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus (20 points), Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy (20 points), Jaleel White and Kym Johnson (22 points), and Melissa Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (22 points). However, the judges scores only count for so much. Who was eliminated from Dancing With the Stars 2012 on Tuesday night was all about what the voters had to say.

We had our own prediction for which couple would be headed out the door on Dancing With the Stars 2012 on Tuesday night, but figuring out how the voters will score the celebrity dancers is always tough. Who maybe should go home, based on their performance and the judges’ scores, isn’t necessarily the person who will get the boot from the voters. Sometimes the voters decide to give a celebrity another chance based on their past performances. On the other hand, sometimes the voters totally twist things up and decide to eliminate someone they just aren’t connecting with in order to save their favorites — even if they might be cursed with two left feet.

WARNING: DANCING WITH THE STARS 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD — STOP now if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s Dancing With the Stars and don’t want to know the results!

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Dancing With the Stars 2012 Predictions: Week 4 Elimination (VIDEO)

Last night on Dancing With the Stars 2012, the judges were not as glowing when it came to scoring this week as were last time around. Quite a few celebrities found themselves wading around on the bottom with low scores, including some previously strong competitors. Plus, tonight the judges will get the final say after the bottom two do a ‘dance-off’ to try to save themselves from elimination. Figuring out a Dancing With the Stars prediction for elimination night this time around is extra tough because of that added twist, but there are certainly a few celebrities I think are in far more danger of going home tonight than the rest.

The lowest scoring pair last night on Dancing With the Stars 2012 was Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus with a dismal 20 points out of 30 from the judges. Honestly, they really were the worst couple of the evening. The dance was stiff, halting and awkward. Plus, it just really didn’t go with the music very well either.

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Dancing With the Stars 2012 Elimination Results: Week 3 (VIDEO)

Who was the unfortunate celebrity victim from the Dancing With the Stars 2012 elimination results on Tuesday night? Well, you might just be rather surprised at who got sent home! My prediction for who would be the target of the Dancing With the Stars elimination this week was certainly all wrong.

This week on Dancing With the Stars 14, five couples were tied for last place going into the elimination results. Jack Wagner and Anna Trebunskaya; Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus; Melissa Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy; Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy; and Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff all scored 24 points out of 30 with their routines from Monday night’s ‘personal story’ performances.

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First Dancing With the Stars 2012 Elimination Results

Who was the first celebrity to be eliminated from Dancing With the Stars 2012? Well, there were four celebrities this week with pretty abysmal scores: Gavin DeGraw, Melissa Gilbert, Gladys Knight and Martina Navratilova. So who got the boot? Read on to find out and see what they said about being the first to be eliminated!


If you haven’t watched the first Dancing With the Stars 2012 elimination yet, stop here! We don’t want to spoil it for you if you haven’t had a chance to cozy up with your DVR yet.

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Dancing With the Stars Maksim Chmerkovskiy Curses Judge Backstage

Professional dancer Maksim Chmerkovsky is certainly not interested in making friends with the judges this season on Dancing With the Stars. First he insulted judge Len Goodman a few weeks back and told him maybe it was time the judge ‘got out’ of the dance business. Now Maksim Chmerkovsky has taken out his frustration on another judge for criticizing his latest dance routine with partner Hope Solo.


Maksim Chmerkovsky vented his fury at harsh criticism of his dancing with celebrity Hope Solo a few weeks ago and insulted judge Len Goodman by implying he was maybe getting too old to still be in the dance business. He riled things up even more when he said backstage after the dust up: “With all due respect, this is my show. I helped make it what it is.”

Although Maksim Chmerkovsky never really apologized for getting catty with the judges, he has kept his mouth mostly zipped for the past few weeks. Apparently keeping a civil tongue in his head finally became too much for Chmerkovsky once again, however, in the latest round of Dancing With the Stars. Apparently the dancing pro was royally pissed at judge Carrie Ann Inaba‘s critique of his performance with partner Hope Solo.

While they kept it all smiles in front of the judges (prompting Carrie Ann Inaba to comment snarkily on Maks’ grin), Maksim Chmerkovsky and Hope Solo were less than pleased with their critiques from the panel. Hope Solo told co-host Brook Burke: “I think from day one they wanted me off the show but I am here in the final four and I’m hoping to get into the final and, I’ve got to say, Maks was smiling because we should be smiling that’s what it’s all about. So Carrie Ann, thank you, Maks was smiling. This is my partner finally we’re happy.”

In response to his partner’s mini-rant, Chmerkovsky playfully covered Solo’s mouth while the cameras panned to the judges. It wasn’t until later, after the show that Chmerkovsky expressed his true feelings about Inaba’s commentary on his dance with Solo (and his slightly creepy grinning face during judging).

“F-ck Carrie Ann,” Chmerkovsky told reporters backstage with a smile, seemingly trying to appear like he was joking (and kind of failing). “Next question.” Chmerkovsky elaborated later by saying that he thinks “Carrie Ann has an issue. I don’t know what it is. I would love to know what it is so I can address it. As of now, I have no clue what the hell she was talking about. I think it was a great night. I totally disagree with the scores, but what else is new.” Hope Solo piped up to add once again: “They’ve wanted us off since day one.”

Maksim Chmerkovsky and Hope Solo came in last place by a mile going into the final elimination, but the pro dancer says he isn’t losing any sleep over it. I go to sleep with a very clear conscious because I say everything on my mind and never hide anything,” Chmerkovsky said. “I’m good.”

DWTS Maksim Chmerkovskiy No Apology For Back Talking Judges

Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovsky does not seem interested in making any kind of apology for back talking the judges on Monday night. Maksim Chmerkovskiy got in a bit of a spat with the judges after Len Goodman called partner Hope Solo‘s Rumba her “worst dance of the whole season.”

The judges were not impressed by Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Hope Solo on Dancing With the Stars last night. Carrie Ann Inaba said the dance went against Hope Solo’s “natural feistiness” and she “forced the moves” too much. As for Len Goodman, he said he was “at a loss” and thought the dance was her worst of the season.

Maksim Chmerkovskiy was not at all pleased with the negative criticism he and partner Hope Solo received after their performance on Monday night. Following Goodman’s comment, Chmerkovskiy encouraged the audience to boo the judges by waving his arms wildly at them.

Goodman told Max not to “start all that” because “half the fault is yours.” Chmerkovskiy shot back that the audience obviously “liked our journey.” Goodman puffed up as he said he had “been in this business for nearly 50 years.” Chmerkovskiy interrupted and told him well, “maybe it’s time to get out.”

Carrie Ann Inaba jumped on the pro and told him “don’t be disrespectful like that.” While Chmerkovskiy continued to rant and imply that not everyone was being judged equally on the show, his poor partner Hope Solo virtually curled into an embarrassed ball on the stage.

After the judging, while Chmerkovskiy was being interview in the holding pen by co-host Brooke Burke, the pro added insult to injury by saying a bit pompously: “With all due respect, this is my show. I helped make it what it is.”

Maksim Chmerkovsky is not issuing any apologies over his comments on Dancing With the Stars last night, but he does want to clarify a few things. First, he said backstage after the show that of the judges, “Len is the only one who comes from a ballroom background, and I really respect his opinion.” However, he added, “I’ve danced for 27 years, and I’ve won more titles than Len ever even participated in.”

As for saying that Dancing With the Stars was “his show,” Chmerkovsky said he did not mean to detract from anyone else’s efforts on DWTS. “I feel like it’s my show, and together, with other pros, I dedicated six years of my life to this show,” he said. “I’ve helped make it what it is, but I’ve never taken it away from anybody else who participated.”

“Like I said, it’s my show, and I didn’t mean it in a selfish way,” Chmerkovsky said. “I love it. It’s what I love doing. Our fans are phenomenal.”

Audience Boos Dancing With the Stars Carson Kressley Elimination

Carson Kressley may have been the latest star to be eliminated on Dancing With the Stars, but he didn’t leave without a strong protest from the audience. On Dancing With the Stars last night, the crowd flooded the judges with boos and catcalls as the announcement was made that Carson Kressley and partner Anna Trebunskaya had landed on the bottom.

The bottom two spots on Dancing With the Stars last night, from a combination of audience votes and judges scores, were Hope Solo and Carson Kressley, with their respective partners Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Anna Trebunskay.

As Carson Kressley came down to stand in front of the judges for elimination, the first round of boos and catcalls wafted up from the audience. When it was announced that Kressley and Trebunskay would be leaving, the audience erupted in loud and booming boos and catcalls, almost drowng out co-host Brooke Burke for a moment.

When asked by Burke what he will take away from the Dancing With the Stars experience, Carson Kressly said: “It was great being here. I just can’t say enough about what a great, positive experience this was. I’ll be back every week cheering for my cast mates!”

“You know, first of all I have to say thank you to everyone involved with Dancing with the Stars — first of all to Anna, the most amazing, patient, kind, wonderful partner. To my cast mates, to the judges, to the producers, to my friends, to my family, to my fans — it’s just been a pure joy for me, and I just hope I could make people smile and laugh and have a great time.”

“I just have to say #DWTS was the best experience ever. I will miss all of the pros and stars. I love you all,” Kressley Tweeted after his elimination. “And a world of thanks to the best partner in guy could ask for @atrebunskaya !!! I will cherish my time with you. I love you,” he added.