Dancing With The Stars’

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Dancing With The Stars'Dancing With The Stars’, Chynna Phillips forgot her routine on Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars” and on Tuesday was fired from the series.

“I’m disappointed,” he said after learning he’d be leaving. “I’m sad, but I have to take responsibility. I messed up.”

Phillips lost her place in the center of her tango with partner Tony Dovolani professional and was not able to recover.

“I blank,” she said. “I knew the routine. I just blank.”

Judges gave the couple of 21 points over 30. Judges scores are combined with viewer votes to determine which participant is eliminated each week.

“I am very grateful to have been in the series and had the opportunity,” Phillips said Tuesday. “Thanks to everyone who voted for me.”

Her husband, Billy Baldwin, who has her encouragement from the dance hall every week, said his wife “came out of the door (on Monday) and was a bad week for the first time in four weeks.”

Phillips was among the lowest scores on Monday. Carson Kressley, who was in last place with 20 points and Chaz Bono, who tied for Phillips, were saved by the votes viewers to dance in a week.

Also returning next week to dance to 1980 blows Ricki Lake, JR Martinez, David Arquette, Nancy Grace, Rob Kardashian and Hope Solo.

Phillips is the fourth contestant eliminated so far in this season of the hit ABC series. World Peace Metta (formerly known as Ron Artest), and Kristin Cavallari Elisabetta Canalis were ousted in previous episodes.

The results also show performances Tuesday characterized by Raphael Saadiq and Susan Boyle, and twice the return of “Dancing” champ Julianne Hough. The professional dancer turned actress showed some of the moves that will be rock when the remake of “Footloose” opens Friday. Hough and co-star Kenny Wormald dancing “I Need a Hero”

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