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'Dancing with the Stars' Results: Roshon Fegan and Melissa Gilbert Voted Off

May 9, 2012 (2:21 am) GMT
Sent home on double elimination night, the 'Little House on the Prairie' star says her experience on the show is 'a real blessing and a joy.'

Two celebrities and their respective partners were sent home in the eighth week of "" season 14. Falling victim to the format, which has just been applied for the first time on the show, were Roshon Fegan and .

Disney Channel's "" star Roshon received the bad news earlier that night. Showing a positive attitude, the dancing partner of Chelsie Hightower said with a smile, "I am happy to add ballroom dancing to my superduper dance moves."

Melissa, meanwhile, learned her fate toward the end of the show. "I can't even describe what a learning and growing experience this has been. It's been a real blessing and a joy." She went on praising professional partner , "Maks has been amazing. An incredible teacher. An incredible friend." The Ukrainian-born dancer replied, "I wish I could have given you a better birthday present."

Appearing in between the announcements, performed "Turn Up the Music" from his upcoming album "". Additionally, some of the original dancers from "American Bandstand" took the floor to present a tribute to the late .

Surviving the double elimination, Donald Driver, , and will return next week on the semifinals.

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