Nick Lachey’s stint on Dance with the Celebrities has officially come to a finish. For a few weeks now, the 98 Diplomas singer has been receiving low ratings for his shows, and on Mon evening, he finally got the boot.
It had been “movie nighttime” for Dance with the Stars last night, with country superstar Shania Twain as the guest judge. Contestants danced to the tunes of some of the most iconic movie soundtracks-from Wayne Bond towards the Mighty Ducks and other Hollywood classics.
Nick Lachey and dance partner Peta Murgatroyd find the Wild Wild West OST, adding a samba twist to the Will Smith music. The pair helped bring their A-game and came out in full-leather halloween costumes with corresponding outlandish props. Regrettably, the judges sensed that this wasn’t enough.
DWTS judge Carrie Ann Inaba adored the single “breakdown” part of Nick’s performance and provided him a score of 7. Judge Len Goodman agreed but commented that Nick’s samba needs more work.
Nick and Peta acquired a 26/40 score, the lowest of the night. They became a member of Victoria Arlen & Valentin Chmerkovskiy and Terrell Owens & Cheryl Burke in underneath three. In the long run, it was Nick and Peta who experienced to say farewell.
Nick Lachey had a rough few weeks on Dance with the Stars prior to last night’s eradication. This certainly influenced his self-confidence getting into last night’s live show, People reported. Before his “Wild Wild West” performance, the 43-year-old singer revealed his frustrations to his party partner.
“I’m frustrated because Personally i think like we come in here and we are hard as anybody else and the results just don’t happen just how I want them to occur,” Nick Lachey informed Peta.
“I feel just like a buffoon. To me, I don’t feel like a dancer. I feel as an idiot trying to be always a dancer.”
— Nick Lachey (@NickLachey) October 23, 2017
Despite his low self-esteem, Nick said that his three kids were his driving force to stay in Dance with the Personalities. Relating to Nick, he wanted to show his 5-year-old son that his daddy is not a “quitter.”
“I arrived to this competition to challenge myself. I inform my 5-year-old: ‘Once you commit to something, stick it out.’ I would never want him to look at daddy and think father was a quitter.”
After the reduction, Nick Lachey acknowledged his poor dance skills but prided himself with the effort that he devote week after week. He said that being on the show “was a blast.” In the long run, the performer said that he’s happy that he is now able to spend more time along with his children.
“I travelled into this thing knowing I wasn’t the best dancer, knowing that it would be an uphill climb and I’m very, very pleased that we gave it our all and I’m very pleased that we need to this aspect.”
— Nick Lachey (@NickLachey) October 24, 2017
Meanwhile, Nick’s better half, Vanessa Minnillo, offered an excellent performance of “Let’s Be Bad” from Smash. She and boogie spouse Maksim Chmerkovskiy received a 36/40 rating and remain in your competition. The 98 Diplomas frontman said that DWTS supporters will still see him in the ballroom next week to cheer on Vanessa