Kate and her dancing partner Tony Dovolani landed in the bottom two for the first time this week, and it was an emotional end to her run. She faked cried at the end of the show and brought up her kids several times to get some sympathy. And it worked.
"I'm very proud of Kate, because I know she gets a lot of criticism out there and it is difficult — especially knowing my wife is watching with three kids — [Kate] has eight kids, and she's a single mom, so I give her all the credit in the world for showing up," Dovolani said.
"As exhausted as she was, she still showed up every day. As a teacher, I'm very proud of you, because I thought you danced beautifully. You showed America that it doesn't matter how much things go against you, you still come out here and give it your best."
Finally, after fake crying for a few minutes, Kate added, "My gut feelings are always right, and it's OK," she said. "I had the opportunity; I'm very, very honored to have been here. I love everyone that I met. It was a great experience, and I'm sorry I'm crying. I'm a crybaby!"
I don't know about you guys, but I was glad to see Kate go. The competition is finally getting good! Who are you rooting for this season?