Top-of-the-line 'Dancing with the Stars' pair has to leave the show

One week after receiving the highest score of the season, the pair formed by singer-songwriter Tinashe and dance pro Brandon Armstrong were shockingly voted out by the audience.

The pair were joined by former contestant Amy Purdy for the Trios Night and on their final appearance, and Tinashe received one of the highest scores for the night from the judges, but the public’s vote wasn’t on her favor, as Gold Derby reported.

According to the site, Tinashe never scored lower than second place on the judges’ leaderboard, which makes her elimination so shocking. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa

The lack of a fan base to back the pair’s scores from judges was the main factor that worked against them and cut their amazing run short when least expected.

Despite having released a few hit songs, Tinashe wasn’t that well known before her participation in the dance competition, and this season was the first one on which Armstrong serves as pro dancer.

The previous week, Tinashe faced jeopardy, and she felt so stressed about it that she said to “never want to be in that position again.” But despite a remarkable tango performance, her fears came true on the fourth week of the race.

“It’s like mixed feelings, right, because we get our highest score so far,” Tinashe told Armstrong during practice without knowing she was going to be in jeopardy once again, and this time she wasn’t going to be so lucky.

At the end of the episode, co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced the two couples that were in jeopardy, the other pair being Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe.

“Evanna and Keo, Tinashe and Brandon, on this fourth week of competition, the couple leaving is: Tinashe and Brandon,” Bergeron revealed finally, before acknowledging the words of Armstrong.

“Brandon, you actually said it in the package. Sometimes the best dancers go.”

-Tom Bergeron, Dancing With The Stars, October 15, 2018.

As the series 27th season progresses, there is much excitement for the premiere of its spin-off “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” where the contestants are celebrity children.

Because of the difficulty it involved working around the children’s schedules, the spin-off won’t be a live show but is going to be pre-taped. The hosting duties will be assumed by season 25 DWTS winner, 24-year-old Jordan Fisher.

The star-studded line-up includes Addison Osta Smith, Ariana Greenblatt, Tripp Palin Johnston, Sophia Pippen, Hudson West, Akash Vukoti, Mackenzie Ziegler Sky Brown, Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson.

Related posts
Jennifer Lopez Dazzles in $2,300 Sequin Latex Dress as She Continues to Judge ‘World of Dance’
TV Shows Mar 30, 2019
Jennifer Lopez Dazzles in $2,300 Sequin Latex Dress as She Continues to Judge ‘World of Dance’
The Conners' Main Stars Have Just Signed New Deals as Season 2 Is in the Work
TV Shows Mar 28, 2019
The Conners' Main Stars Have Just Signed New Deals as Season 2 Is in the Work
TV figure falls on her face during 'Dancing on Ice,' leaving her in tears
Jan 31, 2019
TV figure falls on her face during 'Dancing on Ice,' leaving her in tears
 'DWTS' won't air next spring, and fans demand to 'fix the voting' after controversial finale
Dec 14, 2018
'DWTS' won't air next spring, and fans demand to 'fix the voting' after controversial finale

Please disable your AdBlocker

Advertising helps us continue to provide quality content. For instant unlimited access. Please disable your AdBlocker on our site and refresh the page.

If you need help to disable AdBlocker please choose yours: