The "DWTS" results are in and Lisa Vanderpump has been eliminated.
It came down to Lisa and Victor Ortiz. The professional boxer and his partner Lindsay Arnold's paso doble to Queen's "We Will Rock You" wasn't received too well by the judges, but the "Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" star's cha-cha-cha wound up with the lowest score.
Considering the week Lisa has had, the "DWTS" results likely didn't come as a surprise.
Week 4 saw the "Dancing With The Stars" contestants perform a dance in honor of the best year of their lives and their routine had to include a solo portion. Lisa, who honored the year her daughter Pandora got married, had fainted during rehearsals due to exhaustion and a viral infection earlier in the week and almost didn't dance at all on Monday night. She powered through, but due to lack of practice, Lisa and Gleb found themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard with a score of 18.
"It's been six long weeks, I have to say. Boy, has it taken its toll," Lisa said after the "DWTS" results were revealed. "It's been the hardest thing I've ever done. But I was given a gift, dancing with [professional partner Gleb Savchenko] ... But I just really want to thank my castmates because they have really been amazing. They've made it so much fun."
After the Week 2 results of "DWTS," Lisa told The Huffington Post, "It was an honor to be asked. I mean, even if I went home early in the competition, already I've had a couple of great fun dances, an amazing time, made incredible friends and being challenged in a way I never would have. It's just been wonderful, really."
Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas's contemporary number to "Titanium" was the judges' choice for the encore performance and
it was no surprise since they had the highest score of the night with a 27. They were the first couple sent through to Week 5, followed by fellow frontrunners Zendaya and her pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy and Kellie Pickler and her pro partner Derek Hough. Ingo Rademacher and his partner Kym Johnson were also sent through, as were Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff, Sean Lowe and Kym Johnson, D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke and Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess in the last moment.
The evening kicked off with a patriotic (and red hot) performance of Beyoncé's "Girls" from the "Dancing With The Stars" ladies and the female troupe members. Country singer Brad Paisley also performed his hit "Southern Comfort" and Andrea Bocelli and Jennifer Lopez sang their modern duet of the classic "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas." The most emotional moment of the evening came with the first AT&T Spotlight Performance, which saw legally blind 17-year-old Brilynn Rakes perform with Derek Hough.
Do you agree with this week's "DWTS" results? Do you think Aly will continue to out-dance Kellie and Zendaya? Sound off in the comments!
"Dancing With The Stars" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET and Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.