Mark Ballas got an Alaska-size helping of drama from Bristol Palin in a video piece on Dancing with the Stars: All Stars Monday, after which the couple hit the floor and danced a paso doble which received the night’s lowest score.
During a practice session, the 21-year-old daughter of Sarah Palin groused to Ballas she felt he was “bummed to have [her] as a partner,” and would have rather been paired up with a former one like Shawn Johnson or Sabrina Bryan.
“I feel like you want to go home,” she told Mark, who rhetorically asked, “What am I supposed to f***do?”
Bristol said the video showed the first fight they ever had, and that she was relieved to get it out of the way.
Following their paso doble, judge Len Goodman called the routine “easily [Bristol's] best dance,” while Carrie Ann Inaba told the reality star she’s providing herself a worthy competitor.
Despite the kind words, the 22-point total score the couple received — all three judges gave her 7.5 — marked the night’s lowest in the ramped-up competition full of experienced celeb dancers.
We’ll see if Bristol is one of the two celebs sent packing when Dancing with the Stars: All Stars continues Tuesday on ABC at 8/7c.