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Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause Admits DWTS Debut ‘Didn’t Go As Planned’ As She Lands in Bottom Three

Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause Admits DWTS Debut ‘Didn’t Go As Planned’ As She Lands in Bottom Three

Chrishell Stause didn’t have the best start to her time on Dancing With The Stars when season 29 premiered last night.

But the Selling Sunset star isn’t going to let being in the bottom three get her down as she vowed to come harder next week.


Chrishell is partnered with professional dancer Gleb Savchenko and their first performance was the tango to Pink’s hit Raise Your Glass.

Tyra Banks, who is hosting for the first time this season, described their dance as ‘sexy’, but it failed to impress the judges.

Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough – who is replacing Len Goodman this series – and Bruno Tonioli gave Chrishell a total score of just 13 points.


And when the actress woke up to discover just how much fans had been kicking off about her low scores, she couldn’t help but feel uplifted.

She admitted on Twitter: ‘Yeah didn’t exactly go as planned but only way to go is up..? Lol ?????? Ok time to get back to work! @DancingABC #DWTS’

The reality star then added: ‘Sweetest headlines to wake up to after a rough night in the ballroom. I REALLY don’t want to let you guys down-thank you SO much for supporting!!!

‘Gonna work SO hard for next week-thank youuuuuu ?????? @DancingABC #DWTS.’


Indeed, her loyal fans took to Twitter in their droves to have the reality star’s back last night, as they slammed the panel for their harsh marking and prayed that Chrishell would make it through the series’ first elimination.

Meanwhile, Chrishell previously joked that she decided to sign up for the series because she had ‘nothing else to lose’ following her divorce from Justin Hartley.

DWTS will air its first elimination next week on September 22 on ABC.

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