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Who Was Eliminated On Dancing With The Stars?

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Nov. 14 2012, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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The guillotine dropped on not one, but two contestants on Tuesday's edition of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars, and we've got all the details for you right here on

SPOILER ALERT: Who Was Eliminated From Dancing with the Stars: All Stars?

Say goodbye to Kirstie Alley and Gilles Marini.

The Look Who's Talking star and Sex and the City stud were both sent home after the competition had no elimination show last week because of election night coverage.

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Kirstie, who was partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, was the first to be sent home, in the bottom two with Kelly Monaco.

“I learned more about dancing, believe it or not,” she said after her ouster, before thanking her two-time partner, Maks.

“He’s so patient with me and he’s so helpful to me and I just love dancing," she said, also thanking the judges "because your critiques really helped me.”

Gilles, who was paired with Peta Murgatroyd, was in the bottom two with Apolo Ohno. The hunky Frenchman said he gave his “very best,” calling his partner “an angel out there, teaching me amazing things.”

Tuesday's episode also featured performances from Kylie Minogue, Ne-Yo and the Newsies cast.

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Ohno, Monaco, Emmitt Smith, Shawn Johnson and Melissa Rycroft will compete in the show's semi-finals, which kick off next week when Dancing with the Stars: All Stars returns Monday on ABC at 8/7c.

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