WWHL’s Andy Cohen Blasts DWTS Judges As ‘Unfair’

A famend TV host has weighed in on the “Dancing With the Stars” judges this season, blasting them for “unfair” scoring. Find out what Bravo’s Andy Cohen needed to say throughout a latest episode of “Watch What Happens Live” and why he thinks the judges had been out of line this season on “Dancing With the Stars.”

Cohen Thought the ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Judges Were ‘Very Unfair’ To Kenya Moore

On the November 16 episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” host Andy Cohen checked in with Kenya Moore of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” who competed on season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars.” She and her skilled associate, Brandon Armstrong, had been eradicated in tenth place again on October 25 — one thing that surprised and angered her fans. They thought she was unfairly scored too low all season lengthy and so did Cohen.

“Kenya, you killed it on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ I gotta inform you one thing, I really feel just like the judges had been very unfair to you as a result of I assumed each dance you probably did, in my thoughts, was top-notch. Were you stunned?” requested Cohen.

Kenya graciously thanked Cohen for his sort phrases after which stated she was a bit of stunned.

“I used to be stunned, I assumed I might make it farther. I assumed I might be proper there with everybody else within the finals,” stated Kenya, who beforehand confessed to “Entertainment Tonight” that she was dancing via a painful rib harm as well — however she “simply did not wish to cease dancing” as a result of “it meant every part” to her to be on the show.

In a separate interview, Kenya instructed People that she’s “aggressive by nature,” so it was onerous to exit so early.

“Honestly, if I’m being completely trustworthy, it sort felt like a intestine punch to be within the backside two … as a result of I did work actually onerous and I really feel like I deserved greater scores, however I do respect the method,” stated Kenya, including, “[Dancing’s] like my blissful place. It simply feels so good to be on the market with everybody and to be in entrance of judges that I actually respect and admire.”

Kenya Admitted At One Point She Didn’t Think She Could Keep Going

On “Watch What Happens Live,” Kenya admitted to Cohen that the low scores had her questioning even being on the show however in the end, it was a tremendous expertise for her.

“I simply appreciated so lots of the followers and also you, Andy, and everybody else simply being so supportive, so encouraging, even once I thought, ‘Oh, I can not do that anymore. I do not know why I’m being scored so low,'” admitted Kenya. “[The fans] saved me uplifted, I used to be simply actually blissful. It was top-of-the-line experiences of my life.”

Kenya additionally instructed People that the entire expertise was “very intimidating” as a result of ballroom dancing is an entire totally different world from what she is used to doing.

“It’s very intimidating as a result of it is simply not in my wheelhouse. I’ve by no means ballroom danced … I used to bop once I was in class, you already know, dance membership, stuff like that, nevertheless it’s nothing like ballroom, so sure, totally different muscle tissues, totally different carriage, totally different frames, it is all very totally different exercise,” stated Kenya.

We ought to see Kenya and Brandon again within the ballroom in the course of the Monday, November 22 finale when the show will crown a winner out of the remaining 4 {couples}:

Amanda Kloots & Alan Bersten, Cody Rigsby & Cheryl Burke, Iman Shumpert & Daniella Karagach, and JoJo Siwa & Jenna Johnson.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific instances on ABC.


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