'Dancing With The Stars': Hannah Brown's attitude fails to impress viewers as they believe she should be eliminated
Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten's performance was not loved by everyone as fans think the star should be more open to critique.
'Dancing With The Stars' is close to its Season finale and all the contestants have been putting their best foot forward. In today's episode, Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten decided to perform Rumba with mentor Carrie Ann Inaba.
Brown admitted that she always looked up to Carrie Ann as she acted as her source of confidence. However, things did not seem the same when Carrie Ann admitted that she wasn't impressed with the dance moves. Carrie Ann revealed that she felt Brown's routine looked more like a cheerleader routine rather than Rumba.
She added that Rumba requires a certain style of movement, which was not present in Brown's performance. Unfortunately, things did not fit well between the two as Brown shut Carrie Ann down as she could not take in the criticism. Carrie Ann apologized for making Hannah feel that way while adding that she hoped Brown is able to make her performance worthwhile.
On the day of the performance, Brown did not fail to impress the judges with her dance moves. Brown apologized to Carrie Ann and the two ultimately hugged. Carrie Ann was impressed to see how much Brown had improved her skills. Meanwhile, Len Goodman applauded her moves and Bruno Tonioli also felt the same. The judges scored her all 9s, which made her combine a total of 27 out of 30. While Brown impressed the judges with her performance, the same wasn't the case for the audience.
The audience was not pleased to see that Brown did not take feedbacks well. "I thought she was not good. Rumba needed more movement. And it is so much like her to act the way she did during the rehearsal and what she did to Carrie Ann. She always has to have praise. She did this on the bachelor," one fan wrote.
Another added, "She’s such a baby. Hasn't worked a day in her life and constantly talks about how hard it’s been for her." Some wanted her out of the show as another comment read, "Vote her off. The judge's role is to critique, not be nice. If she can’t take feedback, she should be voted out."
'Dancing With The Stars' airs on Mondays at 8 pm on ABC.