Good Morning America: Dancing With the Stars Double Elimination Show

Good Morning America: Dancing With the Stars

Dancing With the Stars recently had the dreaded double elimination episode and the crowd was not happy. After the announcements of who was being sent home, the audience booed loudly.

The couples being sent home were Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, as well as Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd.

GMA: Gilles Marini DWTS Elimination

Good Morning America: Dancing With the Stars Double Elimination Show

Good Morning America talks with Kirstie Alley and Gilles Marini along with their partners about being eliminated from Dancing With the Stars. (Featureflash / Shutterstock.com)

When asked how they felt about being eliminated from the show, Alley said she was in the company of losers now and Marini said he was all right with being eliminated. Every one of them were already champions in seasons prior. Marini also said it was especially tough this year and intense, but a good time was had by everyone.

Kirstie Alley Eliminated on DWTS

The night of the elimination Alley tweeted that everyone “has lost their minds on DWTS.” She said everyone was going wild from being so tired and working so hard and now they had this sort of freedom.

As for the final interviews after the elimination, Maksim said he was Alley’s psychiatrist, even though he said he was not a good one.

Dancing With The Stars Double Elimination

Marini tweeted after the elimination that his daughter told him “she wished she was his partner on the show.” Marini said she also told him she would make him a mirror ball trophy with more sparkles than the real trophy. She is such a positive little girl.

GMA asked Maksim about his movie career but he was so tired he said, he just wanted to go to sleep.

You can continue watching Dancing With the Stars Monday nights on ABC.

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