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Posted: 10:05 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2013
By Rodney Ho
First out tonight was not stand-up D.L. Hughley.
His fans came out and saved him after his judges' scores lagged far behind the others.
But you could tell he was appalled by his 12 score last week and worked hard to up it to 15 this past Monday for his quickstep.
Instead, it was a surprise departure of Dorothy Hamill, who injured herself and her spinal doctor told her she shouldn't continue.
"It's been a wonderful ride. I wish I could stay but I can't do justice to the commitment," Hamill said.
The bottom there were Bravo reality star Lisa Vanderpump, boxer Victor Ortiz and actor Andy Dick (who attended Walton and Lassiter high schools back in the day).
Dick was safe, despite the second lowest total judges' score. So it was between Vanderpump and Ortiz but they were both safe because of Hamill's departure.
I cover local radio and TV for both the print and online editions. I write a blog on the same topics.
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