The Dancing With The Stars couple hit up Good Morning America and The View to say goodbye to their dancing days — for now.
“This season has meant the world to me…I am so sad that I can’t show one more week of @brantdaugherty’s incredible talent…he has proved That a non dancer CAN make it far and I’ve been so privileged to watch America fall in love with him,” Peta tweeted last night after their elimination.
She added, “Thank you for all the love and Support thus far… @brantdaugherty and I have had so much fun performing every week. #grateful I have a friend forever :)”
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“I’m sad I had to leave the show but I’m so grateful for the opportunity and for every single person who voted for us. I love you all,” Brant tweeted late last night. “And to my dear @PetaMurgatroyd- you taught me so much about myself. Words could never describe what you’ve done for me. I love you.”
The duo danced the Foxtrot and received a total of 27 points! Later on in the show, Brant and Peta performed the Rumba in a dance-off against Leah Remini and her partner Tony Dovolani, which they sadly lost.
“It was pretty awesome, Brant told TVFanatic about his Pretty Little Liars co-stars showing up to support him. “It had been over a year since I was on the set, actually. I really missed those guys. It was kind of like having a family reunion when I showed back up again. They were all so supportive of me on Dancing With the Stars. A lot of them have come and watched me in the audience. It was good being back home. I really love being there a lot.”
Brant added, “I can’t really say much without giving anything away but Noel comes back in a big way and I think the audience is going to be very happy with what’s going on in that episode.”
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Brant Daughtery and Peta Murgatroyd arrive at almost the same time for “Dancing With the Stars” practice on Sunday afternoon (November 3) in Los Angeles.
The two partners hit up the studio to finish off their Foxtrot, which they’ll be performing later tonight.
“Tuesday mornings are some of the most stressful days for me,” Brant shared with Cambio. “We only get a week to learn a brand new style of dance and then we have to perform it on a professional level. Every single one that I see I get completely overwhelmed at first. They’re all equally as hard as the last.”
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Brant Daugherty flips the cameras on the paparazzi as he arrives for more dancing practice in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon (November 2).
“Studying the tapes. Always looking for things we can improve #DWTS,” the 28-year-old actor Instagrammed during rehearsal.
“There are no days off. I haven’t had a day off since we started the show and neither has Brant. He’s been amazing. He’s so wanting to be in the studio. I don’t think I’ve had a partner who has been so immersed in this whole competition. He’s absolutely loving it and I love that about him,” pro partner Peta Murgatroyd told OK! mag about their dancing schedule.
She added, “This show is constantly on my mind and if I’m not in the studio I’m choreographing the next chunk of our dance for that week. On Monday night when people go out and party after the show I’m literally back in the studio and working out my next dance until 1 AM. It’s a constant, constant battle to keep up with everything but in the end it’s all worth it. We keep up with massages. We keep up with healthy eating and lots of water and stuff like that.”
“I saw the Halloween episode with the cast at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery,” Brant recently told Cambio about Pretty Little Liars. “It was the first Halloween episode I haven’t been in and it was so weird for me! I have been in contact with the producers, and you haven’t seen the last of Noel Kahn. Let’s put it that way.”