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Who Was Eliminated On Dancing With The Stars?

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Sep. 24 2013, Published 9:58 a.m. ET

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Week two of Dancing with the Stars' 17th season commenced Monday, and Bill "The Science Guy" Nye, ex-NFL star Keyshawn Johnson and comic Bill Engvall comprised the bottom three, with one going home.

SPOILER: Who Was Eliminated On Dancing With The Stars?

Consider Keyshawn out for the season.

The former New York Jet wideout was the first star sent home on the ABC hit this year, failing to recapture the mojo his NFL peers Emmitt Smith and Donald Driver possessed during their championship seasons.

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The famously-confident sports personality, who was paired with Sharna Burgess, was uncharacteristically humble in his heave-ho from the show.

"For a guy that's never even bobbed his head in the car," Keyshawn said, "the fact that I could have the experience of dance is something amazing to me."

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Of his partner, he said, "I wish I could have done more to help her out."


On the night, the top dancers were High School Musical's Corbin Bleu with 26 for his jive; while Showgirls star Elizabeth Berkley (samba) and multi-talented beauty Christina Milian (paso doble) tied with 25 points apiece.

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On the other end of the spectrum, the night's lowest scorers were Johnson, who got 18 for his samba; and Nye, whose paso doble got him just 17 points, putting him at the bottom of the board for a second straight week.

Can Nye blind 'em with science and survive a second straight disastrous performance? We'll find out when show returns on ABC at 8/7c next Monday.



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