"Dancing with the Stars" vet Kym Johnson will be leaving the hit ABC show after 14 successful seasons, reports E! News.
The emotions ran high on "Dancing with the Stars" Monday, especially for contestant Jaleel White.
The former "Family Matters" star reportedly "flipped out" on his partner, Kym Johnson, while the two rehearsed last Friday, after he accidentally stepped on her foot and she reacted.
"Dancing with the Stars" narrowed the field to the final five dancing duos by eliminating David Arquette and his partner Kym Johnson.
During Halloween week, David and Kym danced the Cha Cha to "Abracadabra." The judges thought Arquette was definitely improving but still needed a little work. Watch the performance!
Joining Arquette in the bottom was Nancy Grace - and the audience showed their disappointment when David's name was called.
While "Dancing" winners Kym Johnson and Hines Ward rehearsed at the studio two weeks ago, they attempted a move that could almost seriously injured Kym. Hines fell on top of Johnson while her neck was bent, and in a scary moment after the tumble she said, "I can't feel my arms."
Before the "Dancing" finale, "Extra" caught up with Hines, who said he felt horrible about his partner's injury. "Knowing I had some impact on her getting carted off in an ambulance, I got emotional about it."
"Dancing with the Stars" finalist Kirstie Alley gave "Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani a colorful reaction to taking second place in the show's big finale.
"How many expletives am I allowed in a five-minute period of time?" kidded Alley. "F**k, f**k, motherf**k, f**kity, f**kity, f**k, f**k!"
In all seriousness, Alley was grateful for the experience. "If I look at it... out of all the people that were here and we got second -- it's an amazing achievement."
"Dancing with the Stars" judge Bruno Tonioli stopped by The Grove and shared his thoughts about each of the final dancing duos.
Of Kirstie Alley and Maks Chmerkovskiy, Tonioli told "Extra's" Terri Seymour, "She's a natural, especially in Latin. She's very, very good. She just has to put the finishes into what she does, strength and cleanliness."
"Dancing with the Stars" finalists Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward plan to bring it next week in the show's finale -- especially Alley, who is ready to take some chances.
"I want to do some risky things," the actress told "Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani. "Aerials. Cirque du Soleil things."
And she hopes her partner Maks doesn't kill her in the process. "I really just told him not to kill me, honestly. There's certain ways you can die that people feel bad for you and there's certain ways you can die and people laugh at you for the rest of their lives."