Television personality Kaitlyn Bristowe has endured so much pain while contesting on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" and showed her fans some of the injuries she has suffered on the show.
Former "Bachelorette" star Kaitlyn Bristowe has put in so much work to remain a contestant on the ABC competition show, "Dancing With The Stars," going into the last week of the show.
The work and practice the television personality put in to learn some of the incredible dance moves she and her pro dance partner, Artem Chigvintsev, have performed on the show has not come at a small price.
Bristowe shared a video, on her Instagram page, showing some of the injuries she has suffered on "DWTS," and there are quite a lot of them. Playing in the background of the video was the song, "Coincidance," by Handsome Dancer. The clip showed Bristowe's bruised knee, bandaged big toes, and her scrapped heels. In the post's caption, she wrote:
"Wow, you can really injure yourself during dance. What a coinci-dance."
Although Bristowe's Instagram post showed many of the injuries she has suffered, it did not show all of them. One can recall that she injured her ankle in September, raising doubts that she would return to the show.
Luckily for her, she returned and even went ahead to claim the highest score of the night. After watching the video, many of Bristowe's fans took turns to commend her for battling hard and well on the show.
Like she has always been, Bristowe was on her A-game for the semifinals and brought the ballroom to tears.
One fan reminded the DWTS contestant that there was only one week to go and that she should keep going. A second fan said her injuries were not fun at all and sent her love.
A third fan prayed Bristowe would have the strength she needed for the last leg of the race. Former DWTS contestant Ginger Zee also commented on the video and encouraged Bristowe.
Zee revealed she thought her feet would never return to normal after leaving the show, but they did. She also told Bristowe she was killing it on the show. Bristowe's video post came 24 hours before she took to the dance stage for Monday night's show of her semi-final dance performance.
Like she has always been, Bristowe was on her A-game for the semifinals and brought the ballroom to tears as she and Chigvintsev danced a contemporary routine to The Chicks song, "Cowboy Take Me Away."
Bristowe dedicated the emotional routine to her best friend, Lindsay, who died in 2003 at 17 after a motor vehicle accident. She explained that her friend loved The Chicks and that the song she danced to was one of her favorite songs.
All three judges were impressed by the inspiring performance and scored Bristowe and Chigvintsev a perfect 30/30. It means Bristowe is in the finals now, and there is one final battle for the tough warrior to face. Her numerous fans will be cheering her to victory from home.