'Dancing With The Stars' elimination: Jack Wagner gets the boot


Jack Wagner was the second celebrity of the season eliminated from the hit TV show.

"This is like not easy to get on a show like this. It's a real honor to be asked to be on this show," Wagner said. "It's a ride... and ours just ended."

Wagner's ride began with an impressive Foxtrot in the first week, followed by an energetic Jive the next week and ending with a Samba judge Carrie Ann Inaba said uplifted the room.

So what did Wagner learn besides how to dance?

"How to treat people, because pressure does strange things to people," he said. "By patting somebody on the back, a boy or a girl, a professional dancer, male, female, it really makes people feel good and I know it certainly made me feel good."

Wagner's professional dance partner, Anna Trebunskaya, sees a tough season ahead for the dancers and for the fans.

"I think each single week is going to be a surprise elimination because everybody is really good," she said. "Some may be a little better in dancing, but then the other guys are so much stronger in personality, so it's really going to be tough for the viewer to pick a leader."

Moving on, Roshon Fegan and his partner, Chelsie Hightower, are looking forward to next week's Rock 'N Roll theme. But Jaleel White wonders if there could be a rocky road ahead.

"All the black people are nervous," he said. "Every black person in this competition is in jeopardy now. We are all a red light."

"Queen and Rolling Stones and people telling me to act like (Mick) Jagger," he added. "I'm like, 'How come I couldn't have gotten James Brown?'"

There's a new rule in effect for the next three weeks. America will pick the bottom two teams. They'll then dance again for the judges and the judges will decide who stays and who goes.

Check out photos of the week 3 results show on "Dancing With The Stars."

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