Dancing with the Stars judges are upset with how this season is turning out, and want to clear the air.
UWGB-Beek: Is anyone surprised with the results of who is still dancing on the show this season?
Ms. Inaba: I am not surprised, because after 11 seasons you realize that some people shouldn't be given the power to vote.
Len Goodman: For me, I like to give dancers bad reviews, and as long as people keep voting for the worst dancers, my job becomes a lot easier.
Bruno: The biggest surprise for me is that I don't have a bigger following.
UWGB-Beek: Fans are shooting their televisions over the voting results, do you think something should be changed about the voting system?
Bruno: I think our votes should have more pull.
Ms. Inaba: I think they should make it harder for fans to vote, maybe make the ballots harder to understand.
Len Goodman: I just love criticizing the dancers.
UWGB-Beek: What do you think will happen to the show in the future? Do you think that next season might be the end?
Len Goodman: I hope the show stays on the air, because I really can't imagine what I would do if I had to look for employment elsewhere. Who is going to hire someone like me? Maybe Fox News, but no respectable company would hire me--I know that.
Bruno: I doubt that we will run out of celebrities that want another chance at fame, but I do hope that the show goes out on top, if there is such a thing for reality television.
Ms. Inaba: I think the show will continue. I don't know if I will continue to be a judge, but who knows. I really have to agree with Bruno when it comes to having enough celebrities in the wings to keep the show going for a long time.