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Even in a fiercely competitive all-star season of Dancing with the Stars, someone has to be the first contestant to go. The three stars with the lowest scores after week one of ballroom dancing were Drew Lachey, Pamela Anderson, and Bristol Palin.
After Monday night's performances, the 13 dancing pairs were led by former NFL pro and season three champion Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke, who scored 24.5 points. Anderson and partner Tristan MacManus, on the other hand, trailed in last place with a rather dismal 17.
But before host Tom Bergeron, still fresh off of his Emmy win Sunday night, announced which couple would have to leave the ballroom, viewers were treated to performances by Pitbull, who sang "Don't Stop the Party" and Justin Bieber, who took the stage with "As Long as You Love Me."
In the end, Anderson was joined in the bottom three by Lachey and pro Anna Trebunskaya and Palin and her partner Mark Ballas. Unsurprisingly, given her wobbly first dance, Anderson and MacManus were the first voted off the much-anticipated season 15.
Anderson wasn't shocked to be let go so soon. Was she expecting it? "Kind of, yeah. I was ready for it for sure," she told the hosts. "But we'll keep dancing . . . it doesn't end here."
Watch Pamela and Tristan's first dance!
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