'Dancing with the Stars' Results: Who Went Home in Week 7? (VIDEO)
by Sharon Knolle, posted Nov 3rd 2010 12:39AM
America voted and the results are in: Some of those senate races may take a day or two to settle, but it's all over for one 'Dancing With the Stars' celeb, who was sent home despite earning their best scores yet this week.
To celebrate the show's hitting the 200th episode milestone, several awards were handed out, including Most Dramatic Moment (to fainting Marie Osmond), and Best Worst Dancer (Kenny Mayne, who beat out other "two left feet" nominees Master P, Kate Gosselin Steve Wozniak, and Billy Ray Cyrus).
Which well-liked star is hanging up their dancing shoes? We'll tell you, after the cut.This week, Rick Fox earned his best scores yet -- even a 10 from former champ Helio Castroneves, whose 'Hey Pachuco' dance he was recreating -- but it wasn't enough to save him and partner Cheryl Burke.
Kyle Massey, who was the other star in jeopardy, looked surprised and his partner, Lacey Schwimmer, looked absolutely shocked to hear Fox's name.
Fox told Brooke Burke he didn't see the elimination coming either. "I didn't have any idea." He started to get choked up as he mentioned what the show has meant to him: "It's been a transformational journey for me. It's been amazing. My relationship has transformed with my daughter and my girlfriend." His girlfriend, who's been a regular in the audience, is 'Dollhouse' star Eliza Dushku.
Tom Bergeron told Fox, "You brought a smooth, suave personality to the dance floor. We're going to miss it, my friend."
Fox thanked Burke for working with the "Jolly Green Giant," and she praised him for "turning into a graceful dancer. Despite our height difference, he made it look good."
Taylor Swift and Rod Stewart both performed as did the cast of the Broadway musical 'Mary Poppins.'
|No, he just had his best dance ever!||49764 (78.4%)|
|Yes, it was his time to go.||13740 (21.6%)|