Lamar Odom, Karamo Brown Were in the Bottom Two on DWTS & Judges Had to Eliminate One Couple
Another contestant had to bid farewell to the hit dancing competition series "Dancing With The Stars" after having only ten pair's left to perform. The judges chose to send home Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd.
Another elimination took place in the long-running competition show "Dancing With The Stars." From ten pairs left, the contenders were cut down to nine as Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd were sent home by the judges.
The two contestants that were left with the lowest votes were Kamaro Brown and Odom, who garnered a score of 28/40 and 20/40, respectively.
The former NBA superstar faced the same fate last week after he and comedian Kel Mitchel were among those with the least number of votes. However, both were saved after Ray Lewis obtained an injury.
Brown and his pro dance partner Jenna Johnson danced the tango to Billy Ray Cyrus' "Old Town Road" and had good legwork throughout the performance.
On the other hand, Odom and Murgatroyd performed the Viennese waltz with grace and elegance, despite the 6" 10 height of the athlete.
"Dancing is a very physical and hard sport. If you don't take care of your body -- even if you're a pro football player who is in the Hall of Fame -- you can get injured."
Lewis accident led to three tendons in his foot being torn and as a consequence, having to leave the show. He spoke about his exit and said:
"The most important thing I learned from this experience, enjoy every moment of it. Regardless of the ending, I truly enjoyed the journey and everything it taught me. It wasn't just about the dance, but about pushing my limits."