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VIDEO: Motley Crue's Vince Neil Booted Off Skating With The Stars

Dec. 7 2010, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil was eliminated from Skating with the Stars Monday as the rocker’s clumsy form earned him the night’s lowest score and a ticket off the ABC show.

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The Dr. Feelgood singer, who was partnered with pro-skater Jennifer Wester, called his experience on the DWTS spin-off  "a lot of fun.

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"It was really a great experience to re-learn something that I knew so long ago," said the rocker, who was tied ex-Real Housewife Bethenny Frankel for night's lowest score with 36 out of 60 possible points. "There's a lot of great skaters here, and the judges were nice to me."

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The rest of the cast resembled an infirmary, as the other celebs and skaters were licking their wounds after a series of skating- and non-skating related ailments struck.

Pro skater Brooke Castile's hand was a bloody mess after her celeb partner, skier Jonny Mosley, accidentally slashed it with his skate in practice. Still, the pair skated to the night's highest score with 51 out of 60 possible points.

Actress Rebecca Budig, who was rushed to the hospital after suffering a wrist injury during the week, notched a solid 50-point score, while Disney star Brandon Mychal Smith was out due to food poisoning, so a tape of his rehearsal was judged in lieu of a performance, earning him 39 points.

Skating With The Stars returns Monday at 9/8c on ABC.

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