The bottom three vote-getters Tuesday were singer Gavin DeGraw with 41 points over his first two dances; Disney star Roshon Fegan, with 49; and tennis great Martina Navratilova, with the lowest total at 37. Assessing her performance Monday, Navratilova admitted she “blew it” in her opening pair of dances.
She as right, as the tennis icon, 55, was the first star sent home this season.
Navratilova called her time on the show “an amazing experience,” even if she wishes “it had lasted longer.”
“But I blew it yesterday and it cost me,” she said.
DeGraw told Navratilova, “It was an honor to be on this stage with you.”
A field of famous faces was in the crowd for Tuesday’s show, including Chaz Bono, Katie Couric, Kyle Massey, Lacey Schwimmer and Sabrina Bryan.
The remaining 11 competitors will have to tell a story via their dance when Dancing with the Stars’ 14th season continues on ABC Monday at 8/7c.