Two More Gone! Who Was Eliminated On Dancing With The Stars?

By Radar Staff

Roshon Fegan and Melissa Gilbert were both sent home, leaving a final four of William Levy, Maria Menounos, Katherine Jenkins and Donald Driver in the hunt for this year’s mirrorball trophy.

“I’m definitely very happy that I can add ballroom dancing to my super-duper dance moves,” Roshon, 20, said after he was ousted. His dance partner, Chelsie Hightower, called the Disney star “a joy to work with [who] came to work everyday willing to work and with such a great attitude.

“I’m happy to end it on a high note,” Chelsie told Roshon, “and I’m happy I had you as my partner.”

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Next out was Melissa Gilbert, whose elimination comes as little surprise, as she was consistently among the back finishers the past few weeks.

“I can’t even describe what a learning and growing experience it’s been,” the Little House on the Prairie star said. “It’s been a real blessing and a joy.

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The 48-year-old actress, who celebrated her birthday Tuesday, called pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy “an incredible teacher [and] an incredible friend.”

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Dancing with the Stars continues on ABC Tuesday at 8/7c.

Both Roshon, Melissa and their pro partners discussed their time on the show on Good Morning America Wednesday.

“We were on a roll — we were prepared to stay: we were having a good time,” Roshon said. “I’m not sure what I would do differently.”

Asked about the dance duels this season, Maks said he thinks it’s a great innovation that adds a new element of intrigue to the show.

Melissa was then presented with a birthday cake by the show.

“I’m not dancing anymore,” she said, “so this goes right to my thighs!”



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