Bristol Palin’s fan base on “Dancing With the Stars: All Stars” kept her alive for three weeks despite relatively low scores compared to most of the other dancers.
But for foes who found her both annoying and unworthy of being around much longer finally got their wish Tuesday night: she was ousted, just ahead of Kirstie Alley, another dancer who has been a bottom dweller.
Alley appears to consistently have fun on this show so from an entertainment stand point, she has earned her keep even if she has zero chance of winning.
Palin had the second lowest score of the night, ahead of Alley. She did receive respectable scores for her rock-and-roll dance, always bolstered by her partner Mark Ballas as the judges complimented her on her improvement. (And her mom Sarah cheered her on in the crowd.)
Top scores of the night came from former winner Shawn Johnson and former runner-up Gilles Marini. On average, the two dancers have the highest average scores over the first four weeks.