'Dancing With the Stars' Week 2 Elimination (VIDEO)

It's only the second week of the competition, and we may have our first surprise elimination on 'Dancing With the Stars' (Tue., 9PM ET on ABC). Though it may also be revealing an interesting, but perhaps not unexpected, bias playing out this season. !!SPOILER ALERT!! Last week, viewer votes lined up easily with judges scoring in eliminating Ron Artest and new professional dancer Peta Murgatroyd. This week, though, America didn't agree with the judges. In fact, the eliminated dancer had one of the higher scores of the night.

'Dancing With the Stars' results: Did Elisabetta's attitude turn fans away?

On Monday's "Dancing With the Stars" performance show, Chaz Bono scored a 17 after being sidelined from rehearsals due to a knee injury. Though he also received a 17 last week, many of his fellow contestants upped their scores -- leaving him at the bottom of the judge's rankings for Week 2.Meanwhile, Nancy Grace was unharmed by the nip-slip that didn't happen. She and partner Tristan MacManus were safe from elimination. Chaz and Lacey Schwimmer were in the Bottom 3, alongside David Arquette and Kym Johnson, and Elisabetta Canalis and Val Chmerkovskiy. In the end, it seemed that the fans sympathized with Chaz's injury, because Elisabetta and Val were ousted. Do you think fans were turned away by Elisabetta's attitude? She had some trouble getting along with Val, despite his best attempts, which is never kosher in "DWTS" world....

Elisabetta Canalis and Val Chmerkovskiy Fight on DWTS Season 13, Week 2

Elisabetta Canalis and Val Chmerkovskiy were already at each other's throats during rehearsal for DWTS Season 13, Week 2. Will this pair be able to work together in the weeks to come?

'Dancing with the Stars': Nancy Grace denies nip slip

"Dancing with the Stars" hoofer Nancy Grace is denying reports that she suffered a wardrobe malfunction on Monday's (Sept. 27) live show. As we previously reported, Grace's top slipped after her performance, revealing what could possibly be the TV talker's breast. It could also have been an unfortunately placed shadow or the edge of a breast shadow-colored foundation garment.Host Tom Bergeron, for one, seemed to think there was some visible slippage."On our European version that would be fine," quipped the host."There's a lot of rumors running rampant that I had a wardrobe malfunction," Grace tells People. "I did not. There was a little tiny movement, but it did not equate to a wardrobe malfunction. I would be mortified." Grace added that a nip slip would have been virtually impossible considering her costume incorporated "industrial-strength bras, gaffer tape, you name it."...