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May 5, 2010 10:05 PM

That "Dancing with the Stars" elimination

I was not surprised that Pamela Anderson was booted off "Dancing with the Stars" Tuesday night. What surprised me was how much she improved from week to week. From all reports, Anderson was well liked by everyone involved in the show from the professional dancers, the celebrities and staff. The bottom two were Anderson and Erin Andrews. Of the two, I really think Andrews should have gone.

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