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    Posted: 17 Apr 2013 at 11:48

D.L Hughley is kicked off Dancing With The Stars after lacklustre tango... as Selena Gomez performs her new song in skin-baring purple ensemble

By Daily Mail Reporters

PUBLISHED: 07:02, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:32, 17 April 2013

He was told off for being a 'dirty old man' by his partner Cheryl Burke.

But funnyman D.L Hughley was not groping for words after becoming the latest celebrity to be voted off Dancing With The Stars.

He said the only thing he would miss about being on the show was working with the twinkle toed dance pro.


Disappointed: 'Dirty old man' D.L Hughley was kicked off Dancing With The Stars on Tuesday night

After struggling for five weeks and sparring with the judges he was eliminated from the ABC dance contest after ending at the bottom of the leaderboard the previous night, a result which spurred some booing.

'Unfortunately this competition ends for you tonight but I hope it ends on a high note,' said Brooke. 'What are you going to miss?'

'Just Cheryl,' joked D.L., who has butted heads with the judges, especially Len.

'The hip replacement that Bruno said I should have, I'm willing to you,' D.L told Len.


Keeping his spirits up: He gave a defiant heavy metal salute as he waited to learn his fate


It's a knockout: Boxer Victor will have been feeling smug after his sob story helped him avoid elimination


Speaking out: Hughley said he would miss his dance partner Cheryl

'I've had a ball,' he said before viewers saw a recap of his best moments.

'I played with house money.'

On Monday night's show Hughley was told he was a 'dirty old man' by partner Cheryl Burke due to his overenthusiastic groin thrusts during tango practice, with troupe member Sasha Farber saving the day with his problem solving tuition.

But it was not enough to stop him finishing joint bottom of the leaderboard with comedian Andy Dick after earning 18 points each.


Axe to grind: The comic told old foe Len Goodman he hopes he ends up needing a hip replacement


Water off a duck's back: Jolly Len laughed off the funnyman's rant and took it in good humour


Put your hand up if you've been eliminated: Cheryl held his arm aloft so he could receive some applause

And boxer Victor Ortiz and Lindsay Arnold were just about able to breathe a sigh of relief after coming second last.

Rounding out the bottom three were soap star Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson.

The show opened with the pros taking part in a space-themed Daft Punk-inspired electronic dance routine complete with stunning visuals.

'Welcome to the space invasion disco,' joked host Tom Bergeron.

The first couple to learn they were safe was an elated-looking country music star Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough.

Their foxtrot the previous night on the side-by-side challenge wowed the judges, earning them 27 points.


What's Zendaya doing? Fans will have been confused to learn it was in fact Selena Gomez performing her latest single


Not backing down: Brave Selena wore her bindi again despite complaints by Hindu groups


Pout and about: She seemed to be having a great time as she performed Come And Get It

Then Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson learned their 21 point cha cha the night before meant they were in jeopardy and left to sweat it out.

The hopefuls were then seen joking around on camera - with Jacoby Jones creeping up on Derek and Kellie and others, letting off an extra loud air horn.

And the Chmerkovskiy brothers were seen squabbling among themselves as each threatened to tell their mother and father what the other had been up to.

'You look like a gondola rider,' Val told his older sibling, Maks who was wearing a hat and striped vest and shorts.


Sitting down on the job: But it was understandable given how exhausting her dance routine was


Taking her bow: And she was entitled after giving a spectacular eastern-themed performance of her song

Val is partnered with Disney starlet Zendaya, who giggled as the two argued.The pair, who earned

the first 10s of the season the night before with the Argentine tango for a total of 29 points, then learned they were safe.

Boxer Victor Ortiz and Lindsay Arnold were up next and viewers got to see him nervously pleading with producers to be allowed to go to the toilet before last night's performance.

'Yeah, I can do it in three minutes!' he said as he ran to the bathroom after being given the OK to pee, after turning down the offer of a bottle to relieve himself into.

They then learned that their Viennese waltz that had earned them 21 points wasn't good enough to keep them safe and they were in jeopardy.


Ingo's bingo: TV beefcake Rademacher was delighted that he would be able to dance another day


Firm favourite: Andy Dick and partner Sharna Burgess were relieved his Zorro act had paid off

The next couple to learn they were safe was Jacoby and Karina, whose 26 point-jive had earned them praise from the judges.

Gymnast Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas got 25 points from the judges for their samba, and that was good enough to keep them in the competition for another  week, making them the fourth couple to find themselves in the safety zone.

Bachelor star Sean Lowe and Peta Murgatroyd, whose quickstep earned them 24 points, were the next to breathe a sigh of relief - after Sean was the butt of jokes that he was getting close to his professional counterpart, Irishman, Tristan MacManus.

Also safe were Andy Dick, who was still wearing his Zorro costume from the night before's paso doble and his partner, Sharna Burgess.


Still in the game: But there was little chance of Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough being eliminated


What's Selena doing there? In fact it was her lookalike Zendaya who was happy after sailing through

That meant D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke were plunged into the danger zone after their mediocre tango, along with Victor and Lindsay, and Ingo and Kym.

But then a delighted Ingo and Kym learned they were still in the contest.

Dancers also got a special pep talk from judge Len Goodman in a short video  clip that ended with him wiggling his bottom at the cameras. 

'The more you sweat, the better you get,' he advised them, as he told them to stand out. 

'This is a world of lattes, dare to be a cup of tea. Careful doesn't win you a mirrorball.'

The broadcast also saw country music's The Band Perry performing single Better Dig Two.

But it was teen star Selena Gomez, who stole the show singing new single Come and Get It while wearing a Bollywood-inspired outfit.

The brave singer wore her bindi again despite complaints by Hindu groups, who said it should not be worn as it has religious significance.

Singer Kerli also sang hit, Love Me or Leave Me.


Making his point: Gymnast Aly Raisman and partner Mark Ballas were thrilled to tumble into the next round


Ready to mingle: Bachelor star Sean Lowe and Peta Murgatroyd will continue their love affair on the dance floor next week


Smirnoff nice: NFL star Jacoby Jones was rewarded with a hug from Karina after touching down in the competitor's circle

 emerged that Stevie Wonder will perform live on next Monday's show as the first team dances of the season take part, set to Stevie's music.

Team Paso will dance to Higher Ground, while team Samba will dance to Superstition.
The dancers on the teams have yet to be revealed.

But that didn't stop Andy Dick from cracking a risque joke.

'I would love to be on your team so we could call it Team Pickler-Dick,' he told Kellie Pickler.


Banjoed: The Band Perry brought a slice of country class to the proceedings with a fun performance


How many fingers: Kimberly seemed to have miscounted as they performed Better Dig Two

'You cannot say that!' said a clearly embarrassed host Brooke Burke Charvet as she tried to hand back to Tom Bergeron.

Tom then joked that Stevie Wonder might have canceled after hearing Andy speak.

Earlier viewers saw Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff do the encore dance, doing the jive alongside pros Maks and Anna. 

And the audience went wild when the NFL star ripped off his shirt and did the splits.


But is it art? Kerli performed Love Me or Leave Me as a pair of spotlight dancers jigged a routine


What's going on here: The pianist showed remarkable discipline not to hit a bum note as they writhed on her instrument

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