‘DWTS’ Fans React to Matt James, Lindsay Arnold’s Confusing Exit


Matt James and Lindsay Arnold throughout ‘Disney Heroes Night’ on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
ABC/Eric McCandless

WTF! As Matt James and Lindsay Arnold left the Dancing With the Stars ballroom, followers struggled to perceive a wierd rule that many didn’t even know existed.

The ABC competitors’s Disney Week ended with a heartbreaking double elimination on Tuesday, October 12, sending Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess packing, in addition to the previous Bachelor, 29, and his professional associate, 27.

However, viewers had been confused as to why the latter pair went house after their villains dance quantity — which earned a 31 out of 40, giving them a two-day complete rating of 57 out of 80 — and took to Twitter to categorical their dismay with the DWTS judging course of.

Many had been annoyed by the truth that Len Goodman selected to save The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Kenya Moore and her associate, Brandon Armstrong, over the North Carolina native and the So You Think You Can Dance alum, who acquired two votes from Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba, whereas the opposite pair acquired just one nod from Derek Hough.

The math simply didn’t make sense to followers who identified that, after the judges’ votes, the competing {couples} had been tied.

“They should’ve just sent home the person who had the lowest amount,” one particular person tweeted. “That would’ve been the FAIR way. Len should not have gotten the final save”

Another Twitter consumer wrote that they had been “confused about the judges save,” asking, “If Matt got 2 votes and Kenya got 1, how did Len’s 1 vote save Kenya?”

As hots Tyra Banks defined, there are not any ties within the Dancing With the Stars ballroom. “It will be up to the judges to save one of the bottom two couples and keep them in this competition,” the mannequin, 47, stated on Tuesday night time. “If the first three judges are divided, then Len, as our head judge, will cast the deciding vote.”

Matt James and Lindsay Arnold throughout ‘Disney Villains Night’ on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
ABC/Eric McCandless

The flip of occasions resulted within the Bravo alum getting a second alternative on the mirrorball trophy. “Kenya, you’re staying on the show,” Goodman, 77, introduced as she fell to the ground in pleasure.

Some followers had been left feeling as if the British ballroom skilled was the true villain of Disney Week. “What’s the point of having us vote if Len has the final say anyways?” one viewer asked on Tuesday. “Len had no respect for Matt since the beginning and tonight it showed.”

However, others had been completely satisfied to see Tyler Cameron‘s BFF pack his dancing sneakers and go.

“Matt James showed more personality in a 1 min DWTS intro package than we saw in 11 episodes of the Bachelor,” Reality Steve joked.

Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.

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