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Sophie Collins & Kathy Prendeville

Dancing with the Stars fans are all confused about the same thing following quarter final shock elimination

Dancing with the Stars viewers were all left saying the same thing on social media following Sunday night’s show.

The remaining contestants took to the stage last night to put their best foot forward in the hopes of securing a spot in next week’s semifinals.

Everyone went above and beyond in their performances this week but it was Panti Bliss who ultimately became the sixth celebrity to leave the show after the judges decided to save Brooke Scullion and her partner Robert Rowiński.

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Fans rushed to Twitter following the shock elimination, and they were all echoing the same tune, saying as they are devastated to see Panti leave the competition.

“Panti did not deserve to go!! One of the best in the competition,” One viewer tweeted.

Another wrote: “So sorry to see you go Panti, you didn't deserve to be voted out this week for sure”.

“Absolutely gutted for you both. You were robbed! Thanks for the great entertainment on Sunday nights,” a third added.

Queen of Ireland Pants Bliss with Dance Partner Denys Samson after they lost the Dance off during Dancing With The Stars Series 6 . (Kyran O’Brien/kobpix)

Panti Bliss and Denys Samson were the fifth couple to dance tonight. After surviving last week’s dance off, their quirky American Smooth was danced to Bjork’s classic hit It’s Oh So Quiet.

Brian started off the critique, telling the pair: "You matched the changes of style of dance with the change in music. This was a very good American Smooth."

Loraine continued: "It was full on. A gorgeous curve and beautiful draping. Madame Panti, take a bow." The judges gave them a solid score of three 9's.

Eurovision star Brooke Scullion and Robert Rowiński wowed judges with their traditional tango, after they received the first perfect score of the series for last week’s dance. They danced to Escala’s track Libertango this evening.

Loraine Barry began the critiques, saying: "You certainly set the scene for all of us."

Arthur Gourounlian added: "It takes two to tango and what a tango that was. Your whole body was doing tango." Brooke and Robert got a score of 28, including a 10 from Arthur.

Panti Bliss and Denys Samson (RTE)

Although fans were sad to see Panti go, others were equally as surprised to see Brooke in the dance off this week:

‘Thank Goodness Brooke survived the dance off! How she got in the dance off, after slaying the competition over the past few weeks, I will never know’ One fan admitted.

'How on earth was Brooke Scullion in the dance off?' Another questioned.

A final fan tweeted: ‘It was a joy to watch Panti on Dancing with the Stars l these past few weeks. Shame to see her go so close to the final. But what a moment to have a queer icon take part in a show like this!’ We couldn’t agree more, she did herself proud!


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