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Nick Carter Talks Tamar Braxton’s DWTS Return After Hospitalization: “She Was Unstable”.

was so ill when she dashed to the Dancing With the Stars studio on Monday, Nov. 9, to dance the final number and avoid elimination, that dance partner Nick Carter had to literally hold her up.Carlos PenaVega and Alexa Vega broke down in tears after her and partner Mark Ballas were told they would be going home and held one another in a tight embrace.After Kim Zolciak, Tamar Braxton might be forced to withdraw from ‘Dancing with the Stars’ as she was rushed to hospital during her dress rehearsal.

She was shown performing a contemporary dance in dress rehearsal with Chmerkovskiy to Wicked Games by Chris Isaak and they were judged based on the video. ‘It’s a wicked shame—you could see it was a dress rehearsal,’ said judge Carrie Ann Inaba as the received only 22 out of 30 points based on the rehearsal footage. Braxton, 38, made a dramatic and triumphant return to DWTS just in time to perform a Cirque du Soleil number from the Beatles’ Love alongside her pro partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, and fellow contestant Carter and his partner, Sharna Burgess. This week, it meant that after each couple danced, the pros and celebs would be paired off into three teams to dance a performance inspired by a well-known show. It was the surprising elimination of the season, made even more dramatic as the high-scoring “Spy Kids” actress landed in the bottom two with her husband, Carlos Pena Vega.

Tamar, who was suffering from pneumonia, was taken to the emergency room moments before the show went live on air, leaving the cast and hosts unsure whether she would return. Irwin’s partner Alexa PenaVega was unable to survive elimination – despite also having earned perfect 10s for her solo dance as well as her work with Irwin. But talking after the show, Braxton’s partner Carter, 35, revealed the whole dance had been very challenging for the entire group, who were already a few rehearsal’s down due to the Grammy nominated singer’s hospitalization with pneumonia. “There was a moment right before when she came out, a minute before we were going to perform and Val actually came to me and said, ‘Listen, everything aside, I need you to be a lead man tonight and I need you to protect her and take care of her,'” Carter told Us Weekly. “She was unstable,” he explained. “So on top of everything else I needed to know and didn’t learn because of our lack of rehearsals, I had to really put her first and assume that responsibility and really just kind of make sure that she was taken care of,” he added. “That was really my most proud moment of the entire season,” Carter’s pro partner Burgess added. “Seeing how Nick took care of Tamar — even at the end he was like, ‘I’ve got you,’ and had her sit down on his knee.” “He did what she did. Carlos and partner Witney Carson, meanwhile, left the judges wanting more but still scored 27 points for their Argentine tango to What Do You Mean by Justin Bieber.

The judges gave lackluster scores to video of Braxton and Chmerkovskiy’s rehearsal, and it appeared that she might go the way of Kim Zolciak-Biermann, who was eliminated from the show in late September following a mini stroke that prevented her from flying to Los Angeles compete. Earlier in the show Tamar had been seen trying to squeeze in rehearsals amongst a busy work schedule and Val explained their dress rehearsal performance. ‘That’s why I feel really bad, because it shouldn’t be like that. Carrie Ann said that it was just like watching a sunrise, “art every time.” Because they always said they would never break our hearts, the rest of the Backstreet Boys showed up in the ballroom to cheer on their brother, Nick.

Here’s how the teams fared: More than 200 NBC stations are on the hook with the vast field of GOP candidates who now collectively qualify for hours of free airtime to make up for Donald Trump’s “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig. But Tamar, alongside Val, Nick and Sharna, wowed the judges in their showstopper routine and was forced to sit down with exhaustion when listening to the judges’ comments. Typically, if candidates appear on a news program, equal time rules do not apply, but “SNL” is part of the network’s entertainment, not news, lineup.

Jim Gilmore — now have seven days to claim their free airtime — although they’re not necessarily guaranteed time on “SNL.” But a network source said that qualified candidates would be eligible to ask for equal time on affiliates and network owned-and-operated stations — which means the network itself has little to lose while its affiliates could be stuck giving up precious airtime. While ad rates vary for different shows and what time of the day a program is on, if all 14 of the other GOP hopefuls request to go on NBC, that would amount to almost three hours of airtime. NBC charges upward of $637,000 per 30 seconds of ad time for its highest-rated show, “Sunday Night Football,” while its drama, “The Blacklist” commands around $200,000 for 30 seconds.

And, Alek admitted that he had a little bit of trouble getting in touch with his sexy side, as hard as that might be for some of his adoring public to believe. Bruno said that he really would’ve liked Val’s concept for the contemporary routine, but acknowledged that there were mistakes in the rehearsal performance.

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