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Buh-Bye Spicer

Sean Spicer is no more -- on "Dancing With the Stars," at least.

The former White House press secretary was finally eliminated from the show, overstaying his welcome by quite a lot.

For His Next Trick....

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The big event happened after he performed an Argentine tango set to "Bills, Bills, Bills," by Destiny's Child. He also danced a foxtrot to One Direction's "Story Of My Life."

His score? Out of 40 points, he scored 26.

Spicer stuck it out for nine weeks, avoiding landing in the bottom two, but his time finally came.

"Sean Spicer’s next reality show, I think he should be on a deserted island with Meghan McCain, Laura Ingraham, and Eric Trump. That’s it. No cameras. Just stay on a f---ing deserted island so no one has to hear from these mother----ers again," tweeted @tonyposnanski.

The Celebrity Factor

Before his elimination, Cheryl Burke, a professional dancer, said to "Us Weekly" that Spicer really could make it all the way to the top three. She cited Bristol Palin as an example.

“Look at Bristol Palin; she made it to the final three. I think Sean Spicer is a better dancer. Bristol was super sweet as well, but if I was just looking at the dancing, I think that Sean’s journey is a lot more relatable and I love how much he’s committing to this.”

Spicer Seems At Least a Little Glad

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Spicer, who spoke to People magazine about the decision to cut him from "Dancing With the Stars," says he's "relieved in a way" that he's done with the show.

He told People:

“The judges made the right decision on a night where you had two dances. The scores were going to be very difficult to overcome.”

And of course Spicer being Spicer, he had to thank President Trump and his son for their support.

At Least He'll Have the Good Times

Giphy | Dancing with the Stars

“It means a lot. I appreciate his support and his continued friendship. It means a tremendous amount to me to know that he’s taking time to put his support out there. I thank him for that," Spicer said.

Spicer says he'll only have fond memories of his time on the celebrity dancing competition.

“There’s been a tremendous amount of support that’s kept me out of the bottom two the last nine weeks and I’ve truly been humbled by how many people have taken time out of their Monday nights to keep me going. I will look back on this as an amazing experience.”

Reversing Course


In a completely unsurprising move, President Trump, who had been tweeting his support of Spicer, removed his tweet after Spicer lost.

"I am pondering the delicious cruelty of Trump pulling Sean Spicer back into the spotlight, then unpersoning him once he lose Dancing With The Starts. #ETTD," wrote @TheRickWilson.

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