Kenya Moore Eliminated From 'DWTS' And Fans Are Mad: 'Rigged,' 'Agent, Get The F**k To Work'
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Kenya Moore Eliminated From 'DWTS' And Fans Are Mad: 'Rigged,' 'Agent, Get The F**k To Work'

Kenya Moore had her last dance (at least on a hit ABC show) on Monday night.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta vet said her goodbyes on Dancing with the Stars as she and her professional dance partner, Brandon Armstrong, found themselves in the bottom two once again.

It was Horror Night and Moore and Armstrong danced the Argentine Tango to The Weekend’s “Take My Breath." Although the judges gave Moore and Armstrong praises, it did not correlate with the score nor the judges’ inclination to save the dancing pair.

Carrie Ann Inaba stated that Kenya had power in her performance, something that was rare in the competition.

Derek Hough praised Moore’s elegant demeanor stating it was a pleasure to watch while Bruno Tonioli noted that the performance was both, beautiful and deadly, joking that Moore could wrap him up in her web anytime. Len Goodman stated Moore captured the essence of the Argentine Tango.

The judges gave Moore and Armstrong 8 across the board, bringing their total to 32 out of 40. At the bottom of the leaderboard with Suni Lee, the judges all voted to save Suni Lee.

Twitter was not too enthused.

Fans of Moore expressed their disappointment and frustration.

One person wrote, “Damn, Kenya’s gone from #DWTS . These white shows can never get it right.”

Another viewer tweeted, “Kenya needs to book a Disney or Marvel movie at this point. The disrespect she gets on these shows I just can’t. It’s clear she needs to remind people who tf she is. Agent, get the fu*k to work. Reality ain’t it no more. Next.”

Someone else said, “#DWTS IS RIGGED! I don’t care what anyone says! Kenya had the MOST improvement! And she never had any formal dance training she’s a winner to me.”

Some believe that her elimination was due to the potential conflicting schedules of filming for RHOA.

One person said, “kenya’s return to #rhoa was announced today only for her to be eliminated tonight on #dwts. this doesn’t make sense to me right now so i hope it does once the new rhoa season airs.”

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