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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

"DWTS" says goodbye to WWE star Chris Jericho

"Dancing With The Stars" said goodbye to WWE superstar Chris Jericho Tuesday after a not-so-well received dance number with partner Cheryl Burke. The wrestler/musician graciously accepted his elimination, admitting that his tango rendition of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" wasn't his best.
clearpxl The pair scored a 22, two points lower than "Karate Kid" star Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff even after the latter's stumble.
But even after he was kicked out, Jericho only had positive things to say about his time on the show.
He joked, "It's actually good timing that I got eliminated because I have to fly over to England for the royal wedding, you know, so it was going to affect rehearsal."
"But actually, let's be honest, it wasn't my best dance and at this point in the competition, you have to be at your best every week or this is what happens. But I'd like to say I'm proud of all the dances we did, and I'm proud to show that a WWE guy and a rock 'n roll singer can go this far and do this."
He also commended Burke for being a "great performer," adding, "She has become a friend for life."
Next up for the 40-year-old wrestling champ? He said he will return to being a father to his kids, whom he hasn't seen in four weeks. "It's time for Chris Jericho the Dancer to step aside and Chris Jericho the Daddy to come back."
Only six celebs remain to vie for the highly coveted disco ball trophy: Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane, Romeo, Hines Ward, Kendra Wilkinson, and Macchio.

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