Kate Gosselin's lowest DWTS score
Reality TV star Kate Gosselin has received the lowest 'Dancing with the Stars' score for the second week in a row after her Foxtrot with partner Tony Dovolani received just 15 points out of 30 last night (19.04.10)
Kate Gosselin has received the lowest 'Dancing with the Stars' score for the second week running.
The reality star - who is teamed with professional dancer Tony Dovolani in the US dance show - scored just 15 points out of 30 for her Foxtrot routine to 'The Breakfast Club' during movie week last night (19.04.10).
Describing her performance, judge Len Goodman said: "It wasn't a dance, it was a stroll."
Italian judge Bruno Tonioli, 54, - who joins Len on the panel with Carrie Ann Inaba - was also unimpressed with her moves.
He added: "It doesn't need to be judged, it needs a post mortem."
Even Kate's professional partner Tony has admitted he finds it "exhausting" training her.
Discussing his frustrations in how to teach Kate their latest routine, he said: "I have to push her every week. It's exhausting."
He also claimed Kate has "no motivation" and "zero energy".
While the reality TV star left the judges unimpressed, they were wowed by Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger, who received a huge score of 29 out of 30.
Len spoke out about her routine with Derek Hough, admitting it was her best dance in the competition so far.
Bruno added she "captured the pride and the passion of the tango to perfection".
Evan Lysacek and his partner Anna Trebunskaya's rumba to 'Armageddon' left them in second place, while Jake Pavelka and Chelsie Hightower's Cha Cha Cha placed them third.
The celebrity dance contestants are all back on the show this evening, where they will battle it out in a bid to avoid elimination from the US competition.