Dancing With the Stars Results: Did the Right Couple Go Home? (I'm Going With a Firm 'No')

When it comes to the big screen, you’re not always guaranteed a happy ending. And that became perfectly (and depressingly) clear when the results came in for Dancing With the Stars‘ Movie Week.

Cue up “So Long, Farwell” from The Sound of Music, or Bon Jovi’s “Blaze of Glory” from Young Guns II, or even Mary J. Blige’s “Not Gon’ Cry” from Waiting to Exhale, because Tuesday night’s results-show telecast found us saying “auf wiedersehen, goodnight” to a contestant unexpectedly shot down and fighting back the tears in the process. Here’s how it all played out:

In Jeopardy
Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke
Chynna Phillips and Tony Dovolani
Nancy Grace and Tristan MacManus

Last Two Under the Red Lights of Doom
(Though Not Necessarily the Bottom Two Couples)

Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke
Chynna Phillips and Tony Dovolani

Eliminated
Chynna Phillips and Tony Dovolani

“I’m disappointed. I’m sad. But I have to take responsibility; I messed up,” said Chynna, who completely froze and lost her steps during a Monday night tango to the Mission Impossible theme, and yet still displayed more promise over four weeks of competition than Nancy Grace, Chaz Bono, and Rob Kardashian combined. “I have an amazing partner. I love you, Tony. You’re amazing.”

Brooke Burke, in a ridiculous pink dress with little black bows, followed Chynna’s exit with a gaffe that reminded us to err is human, and to short-circuit during a teleprompter reading is downright robotic: “Our eight remaining couples will tease their hand, and slip on the spandex next Monday for ’80s week.” RoboHost 13.0: She writes jokes at her own expense!

What do you think? Did the right couple go home? If not, who should it have been? Sound off in the comments, and for all my reality TV recaps, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!