Comedian Margaret Cho has performed her final routine on 'Dancing with the Stars' after she was eliminated from the show last night (5th October 2010), reports the Associated Press. The 41-year-old collected just 18 points out of possible 30 for this week's dance, and when combined with the viewer vote, her score was revealed to be the lowest.
After shedding a tear, Cho vowed to continue dancing, saying, "I thought the judges were really hard on me, but I think you were hard on me because you could see that I am a dancer for real.. Thank you for the opportunity to let me dance. I'm going to keep dancing". Cho and her professional partner Louis Van Amstel failed to impress judge Bruno Tonioli on the second week of the show, with faulty footwork being the main criticism.
It was reported that Susan Boyle would be performing at last night's results show, but she was forced to cancel her appearance due to illness. Her absence paved the way for last week's ousted contestant Michael Bolton to return to the show and sing the Leonard Cohen hit 'Hallelujah', complete with a children's choir. The Hill's star Audrina Patridge topped this week's leader-board after receiving a score of 26 for her waltz with dancer TONY DOVOLANI.