LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Dancing with the Stars 2013 results tonight for November 11, 2013 have just been announced to news. DWTS elimination results in recent weeks have left fans baffled and perplexed. Bill Engvall and Emma Slater’s scoring has been low week to week. But they have survived eliminations consistently. So, who was eliminated on Dancing with the Stars 2013 tonight November 11, was there another shocking DWTS elimination, and did another favorite get sent home this evening?
Dancing with the Stars 2013 results tonight for 11-11-13 featured Bill Engvall and Emma Slater picking up the lowest scoring dance routine late in the telecast. They earned a twenty-one. But did they survive elimination results once again?
Last week Amber Riley and Derek Hough impressed on the rumba. They earned a twenty-eight. Carrie Ann said “I felt it was not your best dance.” Cher called it “fabulous” and Bruno remarked “she gets it”. Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke improved on the tango, picking up a twenty-seven. Carrie Ann loved it. Cher said that Jack looked “great” and Bruno called it a “proper classic tango”.
But tonight many scores flipped, while Jack improved. Amber Riley scored a mere twenty-four on the quickstep. Len blamed Derek’s choreography tonight for the low scores. Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani improved on the tango, picking up a strong twenty-seven. The consistent Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff came out on top tonight again. They earned twenty-eight on the waltz.
But the real breakout star tonight was Jack Osbourne. He picked up with Cheryl Burke a twenty-nine on the Viennese Waltz tonight. Some viewers however were unhappy with the scoring given to Elizabeth Berkley and Val Chmerkovskiy on the Viennese Waltz. Many thought that the team aced the routine; yet the couple only picked up a twenty-six score.
And once again, the low scoring dancers this week, like in previous weeks, were Bill Engvall and Emma Slater. Their Charleston routine tonight earned them only a twenty-one. So who was sent home? Eliminated tonight was Elizabeth Berkley!