Romeo Eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars”

May 9, 2011 12:00 AM
Romeo Eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars”

Hip-hop star Romeo Miller has left the dance floor. The rapper-turned-actor became the latest celebrity to get eliminated from  “Dancing With The Stars” on Tuesday night. Following his elimination, Romeo said he hoped all the younger viewers took something positive from his time on the show.

Romeo received solid scores during Monday’s performance round, but was unable to outlast the competition. His departure leaves just four contestants remaining on the show. Kirstie Alley, Ralph Macchio, Chelsea Kane, and Hines Ward will continue on in the competition next week.

Romeo’s latest movie “Jumping the Broom” is in theatres now. "

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