After eight weeks in the competition, "Dancing with the Stars" said goodbye to Niecy Nash and Louis van Amstel on Tuesday night.
Niecy and Louis performed the Viennese waltz and '90s-themed paso doble on Monday, but danced off with 43 out of 60 points, leaving them with the lowest score of the night.
"Dancing with the Stars" co-host Brooke Burke is hoping contestant Kate Gosselin gets over her jitters and performs well.
"I know she's struggling," Burke told "Extra's" Mario Lopez. "But, mother to mother, I'm kind of wishing she could overcome her fear."
Despite reports to the contrary, it's all been an April Fool's Day joke! The new co-host of "DWTS" is not pregnant with her fifth child despite a report on her website, ModernMom. Turns out that Brooke Burke herself was playing an April Fool's joke on everyone.
"April Fools Tweetie pies!!!!! But seriously!!!!! I am not preggers.... " Brooke wrote on her Twitter Thursday afternoon. "Where is your sense of humor?!? I will not be Dancing With baby #5. lOL Got you!!!! April Fools!!!"
Model, television personality and former "DWTS" champ Brooke Burke will be Tom Bergeron's new co-host on "Dancing with the Stars."
"She'll be able to talk to the couples backstage with the perspective of having been there herself," said Bergeron in his announcement this morning. Burke, 38, and dancing partner Derek Hough were season seven champs.