Kurt Warner's
Last Dance

It was instant dance week on Dancing With the Stars, but it was also time to send another contestant packing. The DWTS semifinals were decided as Kurt Warner was left out in the cold and sent packing.

Dancing with the Stars Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough

Jennifer Grey and Brandy sat tied on top of the Dancing With the Stars leader board last night as instant dance night proved no problem for the competitors. As five hopefuls became four on the live results show it was a slim margin in the race for the mirrorball trophy.

Dancing with the Stars: The results

The results show opened with an encore of last night's most popular and feel-good dance of the evening -- Kyle Massey and Lacey Schwimmer's instant jive. But it was down to business as usual once the two caught their breath. The spunky couple was sent safely on as the first contestants to make it into the semifinals.

Taio Cruz pumped the crowd up with his smash hit Dynamite and John Legend brought them to their feet.

The next couple sent on to the semifinals was Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough who were put up against Kurt Warner and Anna Trebunskaya. It was tough to see Kurt and Anna head to jeopardy land. They were good last night, but it's all about the votes.

Before being sent out to discover their fate against Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas, Maks Chmerkovskiy and Brandy addressed the conflict between Maks and Carrie Ann Inaba from last night's show. The judge grilled Maks for not starting the routine earlier and he was not happy Brandy got docked for Carrie Ann's opinion on his choice in choreography. Despite his unhappiness, Maks apologized for bringing drama into the ballroom, but it wasn't enough to save him and Brandy from jeopardy. Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas moved one step closer to the mirrorball trophy.

DWTS: The elimination

Kurt Warner and Anna Trebunskaya stood tall against Brandy and Maks Chmerkovskiy in the bottom two. In the end, there was only one spot left in the semifinals and it belonged to Brandy and Maks.

Kurt Warner says goodbye to Dancing with the Stars

The semifinals of Dancing With the Stars are set to showcase Jennifer Grey, Kyle Massey, Bristol Palin and Brandy. We want to know who you think will make it all the way.


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Comments on "Dancing With the Stars: Kurt Warner goes home"

D.B. November 12, 2010 | 7:57 AM

You people are so biased. The judges have done nothing but put Bristol down. They will say she does the technique good but then give her low scores. Folks, her dances are not bad! Just because you do not like her mother should not matter. Athletes got their popularity votes too, and were you there criticizing then...NO! Leave the girl alone.

Maribelle C. November 10, 2010 | 11:33 AM

My apologies Mr. Labo, you're right, Ms. Sarah Palin "was" the governor of Alaska. I still think that Bristol should hit the road.

Joanne November 10, 2010 | 11:17 AM

I am so disapointed with this turn out Kurt Warner should not have gone home before Bristol Palin she can not dance if this continues to be a popularity contest for her mother i dont think i'll be watching Dancing with the stars any more besides i dont call bristol a star

Carol A November 10, 2010 | 10:22 AM

The judges are hard on the other dancers but when it comes to Bristol, the words are sugar coated. The rep party voters have kept her on the show every week regardless of the walking,skipping,forget to turn or even to dance. The Show and the Judges appear to be ok with with a cover up-The other dancers just stop now and hand over the ball trophy to Bristol.

Tylor B November 10, 2010 | 9:52 AM

This session has been very disappointing on a number of fronts. It is less about quality dancing and more about popularity, which is wrong. Bristol should have been gone at least 3 weeks ago. She is getting better, but clelarly not in the same class as Rick, Kurt, and Audrina. The judges have been all over the map. Very critical of the far better dancers, and walking on egg shells with Bristol. They provide better guidienace when they are constructive, and yet encouraging. They were far better with Session 10.

Mike Labo November 10, 2010 | 9:46 AM

Actually her Mom is not a governer

Mike C. November 10, 2010 | 9:45 AM

The judges are to blame for Palin's survival. They keep giving her inflated scores. I she wasn't Sarah Palin's daughter she would have been eliminated weeks ago. The judges have no spine so they only have themselves to blame if she ends up winning.

Maribelle C. November 10, 2010 | 9:33 AM

In my honest opinion, Bristol Palin should have been eliminated when the show first started, she has no dancing talent, Kurt Warner should've stayed. I'm really surprised that she keeps coming back. Oh i know why, i almost forgot that her mom is the Governor of Alaska, now everything makes sense.

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