Celeb dancer faces elimination on 'Dancing'

LOS ANGELES "We got the lowest scores, but we have the biggest smiles because we had a blast," said actor /*David Hasselhoff*/.

Hasselhoff may not have impressed the judges with his Cha Cha Cha, but he's keeping a positive attitude about his first spin around the dance floor.

"We have only one place to go and that is up," said Hasselhoff.

Comedian /*Margaret Cho*/ tried to mix some of her comedy style with her Viennese Waltz -- an attempt that fell flat with the judges.

"To me, comedy is important," said Cho. "Physical comedy is important to me and it can be as graceful and beautiful as ballroom and we should bring it in."

"I think she bought a perfect balance between what she's good at, comedy and dance," said Cho's partner pro dancer Louis Van Amstel. "It's just a shame the judges didn't see it."

And even though he had only five days of rehearsal, the judges didn't cut "The Situation" any slack.

"Hopefully I make it to next week," said reality star /*Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino*/. "I can show everybody that I'm worth staying around. I want to, you know, take it home and be, like, an underdog story. I'm hoping to improve and show people, you know, a different side to me. I'm more well-rounded than you think."

Watch the two hour results show Tuesday at 8 p.m. Musical guests will be Daughtry and Santana.

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