Dancing With the Stars Week 2 Results: Did The Right Couple Go Home?

Despite some delightful high points — Leah Thompson’s knockout jive and a fabulous foxtrot by Janel Parish — during a “My Jam Monday”-themed Week 2 of Dancing With the Stars, there were plenty of possible candidates for a trip to the guillotine.

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Michael Waltrip’s not-so-sensational samba certainly put him at risk, but he had plenty of wobbly company — Tavis Smiley, Betsey Johnson, Tommy Chong and Randy Couture, I’m talking to you! — to bring suspense and uncertainty to the big announcement.

As our teetering-on-the-brink celebs sweated it out, Season 19’s second (and last) “results” show showcased the usual encore dance (Janel’s foxtrot got the nod via Twitter votes) and high-energy performances by Norwegian hit-makers Nico & Vinz and the ever-fabulous Sia.

But without further ado, here’s the real moment of truth — tonight’s results:

Michael Waltrip and pro Emma Slater
Sadie Robertson and pro Mark Ballas
Tavis Smiley and pro Sharna Burgess

Michael Waltrip and pro Emma Slater
Tavis Smiley and pro Sharna Burgess

Tavis Smiley and pro Sharna Burgess

“The art of dance I absolutely love, but like anything in life, it takes time to perfect it,” said Smiley, before quickly reminding everyone his book tour has cut into his practice time.

“I don’t care what it is, you have to spend time at your vocation,” he added, before concluding, “It’s been a wonderful experience, and I wish everybody all the best.”

And with that, it’s your turn.

Which couple should have really gone home tonight? Or did America get it right? Will you miss the Tuesday night results shows when DWTS goes back to a Monday-only schedule next week? Sound off in the comments!

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  1. I’m shocked about Sadie being in jeopardy. Holy moley.

  2. Tavis seemed on edge with his other commitments. It’s for the best he is and always will be a class act.

  3. Ann Fisher says:

    While everyone gets frustrated during the week learning and honing their dance steps, it seemed Travis was angrier than most and didn’t seem to even appreciate the process. Certainly, he was having a crazy hectic week but so were many of his peers. He just seemed like he didn’t want to dance and I think that co.e through which is why he was voted off. It’s sad because he really can dance and I was looking forward to him continuing on the show.

    • JR1234 says:

      Yes…Cheech and Chong had a show here in Orlando on Saturday. He did that show and made it back to do a decent (for a 76 year old) dance on Monday night. Tavis is 25 years younger, he should handle a hectic week at least as well.

  4. Loretta Alford says:


  5. Dlorenzen says:

    I can’t believe Sadie Robinson was in jeopardy. I have watched the show since it’s inception and she has talent.I believe the comment may correct, she’s in jeopardy for drama. Michael Waltrip, Tommy Chong and Besty Johnson..bye bye.

  6. Pam says:

    I have been watching Dancing with the Stars for several years now. I enjoy watching it on Monday night. When it comes on Tuesday night. I mute my tv. I just want to see who is cut off. Why don’t they do for 3 hours on Monday. Instead wasting the hour on Tuesday night. Unless they don’t really have anything to show. ABC make up your mind one way or the other. I wish all of them good luck. I believe that Alfonso will win or come in close