DWTS Judges are slammed by a TV host
This season, a well-known TV host has spoken out against the “Dancing With the Stars” judges, blasting them for “unfair” scoring.
Find out what Bravo’s Andy Cohen had to say on a recent episode of “Watch What Happens Live” about why he believes the judges on “Dancing With the Stars” were out of line this season.
Kenya Moore was treated unfairly by the judges on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ according to Cohen.
Kenya Moore of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” competed on season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars,” and she and her professional partner, Brandon Armstrong, were eliminated in 10th place on October 25, surprising and angering her fans.
They, like Cohen, thought she was unfairly rated too low throughout the season.
“Kenya, you killed it on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ I gotta tell you something: I think the judges were unfair to you because I thought every dance you did was top-notch in my opinion.”
“Were you surprised?” Cohen inquired.
Kenya graciously expressed her gratitude for Cohen’s kind words before expressing her surprise.
“I was taken aback because I had expected to make it a little further.”
Kenya previously admitted to “Entertainment Tonight” that she was dancing through a painful rib injury, but she “just didn’t want to stop dancing” because “it meant everything” to her to be on the show.
Kenya told People in a separate interview that she is “competitive by nature,” so going out so early was difficult for her.
“To be honest, being in the bottom two felt like a gut punch… because I worked really hard and felt like I deserved higher scores, but I respect the process,” Kenya said, adding, “[Dancing’s] like my happy place.”
It’s just great to be out there with everyone and in front of judges I respect and admire.”
Kenya admitted she didn’t think she’d be able to keep going at one point.
Kenya admitted to Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live” that the low ratings made her second-guess her decision to appear on the show, but…
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