'Dancing With The Stars': Sean Spicer 'needs to go' say fans after he and Lindsay Arnold fail to impress once again

Sean and Lindsay performed Viennese Waltz to 'Somebody to Love' by Queen but it seems like they missed the mark yet again


                            'Dancing With The Stars': Sean Spicer 'needs to go' say fans after he and Lindsay Arnold fail to impress once again

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold felt the pressure on them as they were set to perform Viennese Waltz in this week's episode. Last week, his performance earned him a mere 19 on 30.

This week the duo had to ensure that they were putting their best foot forward. However, Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov's performance on Viennese Waltz might have had them biting their nails. 

The duo decided to dance to 'Somebody to Love' by Queen. But it seems like the two did not manage to impress the judges yet again.

Len Goodman decided to go easy on the pair as he praised them for their hard work but remarked that they failed to leave a mark on anyone with their performance. 

Bruno Tonioli, on the other hand, decided to be honest while also adding slightly positive remarks to make Sean feel better. He remarked that it was the smartest that Sean had ever looked for any dance performance but added that his dance performance was not up to the mark.

He applauded the duo for making the decision of doing such a hard dance but added that Sean looked like a "tumbleweed" on the dance floor. 

Meanwhile, Carrie Ann Inaba shared that she appreciated the tenderness he brought to the dance floor with his performance.

Sean may not have got the best score out of all the contestants but he managed to make a better impact than his last performance. In the end, the judges gave him a score of 7 each which took his total score to 21 out of 30. 

Fans were equally unimpressed by his performance and many took to Twitter to express their disappointment. "He needs to go," one user remarked while another added, "Poor Sean he looked like a deer in the headlights tonight."

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