After a low-scoring performance for the fourth week in a row, Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas were eliminated from “Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars” on Tuesday.
During their Monday night routine, Palin and Ballas scored a 32 for their rock 'n' roll dance, her best of the season, but she was still unable to rise from the bottom.
Kirstie Alley had the lowest score on Monday night, earning only a 30 with her professional dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Olympic skater Apolo Ohno and his partner Karina Smirnoff also scored low after she fell during their performance, earning them a 34.5 for their routine.
“We did it,” Palin, the daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, told People after the show. “We made it to week four, and I'm happy with that. I had an awesome time and an awesome partner. I wish everyone the best of luck.”
Palin and Ballas later went on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" later that night.
“I appreciate you coming, because I made ... probably one or two jokes about your mother over the years,” Kimmel joked, as noted by The Huffington Post. “I think it’s very bold of you.”
“I'm here for my apology,” Palin quipped to the talk show host.
But getting a “sorry” out of Kimmel wasn’t going to happen.
Instead he replied to the former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant, “I will allow you to make 48,000 jokes about my mother.”
Even though Palin didn’t have a public reaction to her elimination on Twitter, her professional dance partner Mark Ballas did.
He wrote: "That's sucks lol. Totally feel like that awkward kid in the playground no one wants to play ball with... Lol.”
Do you think that the right couple went home on this week of “Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars?”