HOLLYWOOD - After receiving the lowest scores of the year, Wendy Williams, aka "The Biggun" was the second celebrity dancer to be eliminated from this year's edition of Dancing With The Stars.
Williams' professional partner, Tony "My Chest Hurts Like Hell" Dovolani said later that he was not the least bit surprised.
The very, very 'well endowed' Williams, who is known as the 'woman of color' version of Dolly "Puppies" Parton said that she feels that she lost because she did not get to practice as much as the other contestants since she had to fly back and forth between Los Angeles and New York City.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Judge Bruno Tonioli said of Wendy Williams that EVEN if she lived and worked next door to the rehearsal hall she would still have been eliminated simply because she is one of only about 300 'women of color' living in The United States who have absolutely no rhythm whatsoever.]
Tony told USA DAYBREAK that he tried to show Williams how to move her feet musically but added that due to her very ample upper 'female equipment' there was just no way in the world that she was going to ever be able to see her feet without the use of a full-length mirror.
Williams later remarked to USA DAYBREAK that she found it interesting that there were no black judges on the judges panel or no black hosts either.
Wendy also brought up a point that in the twelve (12) seasons of Dancing With The Stars that there has never been one, not one African-American (black) professional dancer on the show.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Ah...Wow! Miss Wendy is positively correct on that one!]
The band One Republic and Selena Gomez provided the 'results show' music. Gomez actually wore the red dress that Judy Garland, as Dorothy had worn in The Wizard of Oz movie.
Meanwhile 'The Big Apple Globe Gazette's' Fitzwater Ribicoff has stated that Ms. Williams texted him that she may be consulting the Manhattan law firm of Kennesaw, Morricone, & Saltinbanco about possibly filing discriminatory charges against the three Dancing With The Stars judges who gave her extremely low scores of 5, 5, and 5.