CINCINNATI - After scoring in the bottom two of “Dancing With the Stars” last week, Cincinnati native Drew Lachey is asking Tri-State residents for their vote.
In Monday’s show, Lachey and his partner Anna Trebunskaya scored a 22.5 out of 30 for their jive. The judges said Lachey was a little “flat footed,” but judge Carrie Anna Inaba added that the dance was “edgy.”
After the dance, Lachey begged his home state for their support.
“Please vote. I love Ohio, but I’m not ready to go back,” he said.
Cheetah girl Sabrina Bryan and Louis Van Amstel led the group with a 26 out of 30 for their quickstep.
Bristol Palin and her partner Mark Ballas are in danger of elimination after they scored the lowest at the end of Monday’s show with an 18 for a western-inspired quickstep.
To vote for Lachey or any of the other dancers, go to http://vote-e.abc.go.com/shows/dancing-with-the-stars/vote/1a2596f1-5859-44c0-b798-7ee41116a275 .
Voting closes at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
During Tuesday's show, one of the All-Star season's competitors will leave the show based on the voting results.
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