‘Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars’ first contestant voted off

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars’ has lost their first contestant as one comeback celebrity was voted off.

For the first week, it ended up being Pamela Anderson who was voted off after performing poorly with the judges on the first night, states RadarOnline. “I was ready for it, for sure; we got the lowest score. But we’ll keep dancing, we’ll dance together again for sure,” Anderson said about scoring a 17 with the judges.

Anderson later admitted that she had been busy the last month traveling and didn’t give a proper amount of time to prepare for the show.

Do you agree with her being eliminated?

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One Comment

  • October 3, 2012 | Permalink |

    I honestly wasn’t surprised that Pamela was the first contestant to go home. Even without the judges’ comments it wasn’t hard to see that she didn’t give it 100%. It looked that way to me anyway. Perhaps DWTS should have given the contestants a chance to dance the first week and then start eliminations in week two. I’ve got my Hopper set to record the entire season and with 2,000 hours of recording time I don’t have to rush through watching the show. There are definitely some other promising contestants on the show but I have to tell you that none of my DISH co-workers were routing for Pam. The team favorite here is Emmitt Smith. It really looked like she wasn’t prepared and the judges definitely noticed which is never a good sign. There really wasn’t anything good that they said about her performance. At least Pamela is going back home to her kids like she said and that’s definitely not a bad thing.

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