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Dancing with the Stars Results May 10 2011: Who Went Home?

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Tonight’s episode of Dancing with the Stars revealed a shocking elimination that most fans of the show wouldn’t have predicted at all.

After a long, dragged out, 2-hour episode featuring past footage of the couples as well as musical performances on the show, it was revealed that Romeo and Chelsie would no longer be competing for the mirrorball trophy.

Many fans of the show were convinced that Ralph and Karina would be eliminated since Ralph was injured this week and, subsequently, received low scores from the judges.

After their two performances last night, Ralph pleaded with fans to vote to keep them in the competition, insisting that doctors were optimistic that his injury would heal within a few days.

Now that the fans have held up their end of the deal, it will be interesting to see if Ralph and Karina can hold up their end next week.

Personally, I thought it was going to be Ralph and Karina going home tonight but apparently Romeo didn’t have the fan base that Ralph has.

Do you think Romeo deserved to be sent home this week?

2 Responses to “Dancing with the Stars Results May 10 2011: Who Went Home?”

  1. says:

    crazy what the heck is going on!


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  2. Tyronda says:

    This Is Some Crap Who Ever Made The Final Decsion About Who Should Stay Or Go I Vote J E A L O U S!!!!! ROMEO AND CHELSIE SHOULD HAVE WON!!!!


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