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As the weeks go on, the competition on Dancing with the Stars gets tougher and tougher. And, after strutting their stuff on Monday's patriotic USA-themed show, Petra Nemcova, Ralph Macchio and Kendra Wilkinson found themselves at the bottom of the leader board with a measly 22 points a piece from the judges.
But in the end, it's America's votes that really count, and Nemcova just didn't have the audience support she needed. The supermodel and partner Dmitry Chaplin were sent packing on Tuesday's elimination show.
"It's been a life-changing journey for me, and I made amazing friends," she told Tom Bergeron after the elimination. "Dmitry put up with me for two months..."
Judge Len Goodman, who had complimented Nemcova on her "perfect poses" and "beautiful lines" after Monday's waltz, was extremely upset by the lack of love the Czech beauty received from the voters.
"No wonder I get grumpy, because there is no justice," he grumbled.
Kirstie Alley and Chris Jericho were the other two stars who made up Tuesday's bottom three, but they (just barely!) made it through, as did Macchio and Wilkinson. They'll be joined next week by Chelsea Kane, Hines Ward and Romeo, as they continue to battle it out.
Also taking the stage next week will be American Idol castoff (and rumored girlfriend of pro dancer Mark Ballas) Pia Toscano, who will treat audiences to a guest performance.
Hmm, we wonder how that happened?