HOLLYWOOD - Jaleel White and his partner Kym Johnson and Roshon "The Disney Dude" Fegan and his partner Chelsie Hightower found themselves in Dancing With The Stars 'Bottom 2.'
Both couples met in the middle of the dance floor and performed a "Dance Off" for the judges.
The song for the "Dance Off" was chosen by the shows host Tom Bergeron who picked the 1966 hit "Psychotic Reaction" by The Count Five.
Carrie Ann "The Flirty Filipino" Inaba, who looks like she could be Cheryl Burke's twin sister, voted to keep the extremely youthful Roshon.
Len "The Grouchy Grouch" Goodman, who has made it known that there are lots of things that he does not like about Jaleel voted to save Roshon.
And Bruno "The Gaytalian" Tonioli said that he was voting for the cutest dancer on the dance floor. Host Tom "Mr. Microphone" Bergeron asked Bruno if he could be more specific.
Tonioli blushed as he said that he was making it unanimous and voting for little Roshon.
After Roshon and Chelsie left the dance floor Bergeron asked Jaleel if he had anything to say to the judges. Everyone in the audience could tell that White was extremely upset.
He walked up to Len, got right in front of him, and put his finger in his face and remarked, "You know Goodman, Maksim (Chmerkovskiy), Mark (Ballas), and Derek (Hough) all agree that you need to get your sorry, prejudiced, old fogey, butt back to England and stuff your face and your boxer shorts with crumpets, fish and chips, and tea bags.
The crowd erupted in thunderous applause and began chanting JA-LEEL! JA-LEEL! JA-LEEL!
Co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet noted that she had talked to the female professional dancers Peta (Murgatroyd), Cheryl (Burke), and Chelsie (Hightower), and remarked that all three agreed that it is time that Len "The Old Hen" Goodman retires and leaves America once and for all.
The butler-looking Englishman responded by saying that no one is going to kick him out of the United States and that includes the likes of Don Rickles, Rush Limbaugh, Metta World Peace, Vice-President Joe Biden, and Mike Tyson.
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