"I don't like tonight," muttered host Brooke Burke-Charvet soon after the start of Tuesday's Dancing With the Stars and right after she told NFL star Donald Driver he was safe. She then had to tell opera singer Katherine Jenkins that she was in jeopardy of going home.
It was double-elimination night on the results show.
First, Chris Brown rocked the house as he performed Turn Up the Music from his upcoming album, Fortune.
Kenny Mayne, Jerry Rice and judge Len Goodman assessed the dancers in a special edition of Dance Center, an ESPN-like panel.
And some of the original dancers from American Bandstand took the floor for a tribute to Dick Clark.
So who got booted?
First celeb to go was Roshon Fegan, 20. The Disney star gave a big smile and said, "I am happy to add ballroom dancing to my super-duper dance moves."
And the second star to go was Melissa Gilbert, who turned 48 today. Melissa wiped away tears and said, "I can't even describe what a learning and growing experience this has been. It's been a real blessing and a joy." She added of partner Maks Chmerkovskiy: "Maks has been amazing. An incredible teacher. An incredible friend."
Said Maks, "I wish I could have given you a better birthday present."
Celebrities Donald Driver, Maria Menounos, William Levy and Katherine Jenkins will perform in the semifinals next Monday at 8 p.m. on WJXX ABC-25.