Nancy's "devilish" jive was what we really thought would be the dance that got her eliminated, but quite surprisingly David Arquette was sent home. David had enthusiasm and promise, and after the early exits of Kristin Cavallari and Chynna Phillips, seemed a possible candidate for the finals.Alas, his nerves often got the best of him, and » - Lisa Reynolds All week long, the big story has been Kim Kardashian's divorce from Kris Humphries after only 72 days of marriage.Did the public backlash against the reality starlet affect her younger brother Rob's chances on "Dancing With the Stars? Rob was deemed safe on elimination night after turning his strongest performance to date Monday night.

But he was royally teased on national TV Tuesday by the latest contestant to leave the show – and boy did the moment generate a lot of laughs.

When Tom Bergeron announced that David Arquette would have to leave the DWTS floor for good, the actor quoted Chmerkovskiy’s now-infamous line “this is my show” when accepting his fate. » - Lynette Rice For the first time so far in the season, "Dancing With the Stars" revealed the actual Bottom 2. Do you think it's a Vote for the Worst situation?

Usually they only reveal the couple who is eliminated - the ones "in danger" might not even be in the bottom. » - [email protected] The dreaded “going first” curse struck the “Dancing with the Stars” ballroom for the third time this season, this time taking down David Arquette and Kym Johnson.

This time the Bottom 2 came down to Nancy Grace/Tristan Mc Manus and David Arquette/Kym Johnson. Their magic act didn’t dazzle enough viewers or produce enough points, and they became the seventh couple eliminated.

GOOD MORNING AMERICA – “Dancing with the Stars” hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet announced this season’s celebrity and professional pairings live on “Good Morning America” on ABC.

This season’s dynamic lineup of stars will perform for the first time on live national television with their professional partners during the two-hour season premiere of “Dancing with the Stars,” MONDAY, MARCH 18 (- p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

(ABC/Rick Rowell) (STANDING) VAL CHMERKOVSKIY, TRISTAN MACMANUS, DOROTHY HAMILL, ZENDAYA COLEMAN, INGO RADEMACHER, KYM JOHNSON, KELLIE PICKLER, JACOBY JONES, WYNONNA JUDD, TONY DOVOLANI, CHERYL BURKE, SHARNA BURGESS, LISA VANDERPUMP, GLEB SAVCHENKO, LINDSAY ARNOLD, ALEXANDRA RAISMAN, D.

No, the hot-headed Ukrainian American wasn’t booted off Dancing with the Stars after generating headlines for his row with Judge Len Goodman and his behavior toward his partner.

The public also supported Monday night's lowest scoring couple -- Nancy Grace and Tristan Mac Manus .

The TV host was "in jeopardy" of leaving, but in the end it was David Arquette and Kym Johnson who had to pack up their dancing shoes.

"This is my show," the actor joked after hearing the news. Martinez , Rob Kardashian, Hope Solo » - too Fab Staff Conventional wisdom dictated that this week’s Dancing With the Stars eviction would come down an age-old question: Is it worse to experience a dancefloor disaster or to offer up a pre-performance package void of humor, cheekiness, and general-purpose good vibes?