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Suzanne Somers Mishap Trips Up Chance to Keep On 'Dancing'

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By    |   Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015 07:56 AM

Suzanne Somers had a wardrobe mishap on Monday's episode of "Dancing with the Stars," and was subsequently booted from the show.

"That was a bummer," Somers, 68, told Fox News.

Somers was in the middle of her "Lady and the Tramp" routine for the show's "Disney Night" theme when her stiletto heel snagged the hem of her dress. Luckily, Somers was holding onto her dance partner Tony Dovolani, and she didn't suffer a fall. The snag did cause a misstep or two, however, and added a big hiccup to the routine.

"That was just one of those things that never entered my mind, never, ever that there would be an issue with the heel getting caught in the hem of my dress. And I couldn’t extricate it," she said after the show.

In the end, the judges gave her a decent score of 28 out of 40 points.

Coincidentally, the score matched Somers earlier and quite notable "Three's Company" routine, which was dedicated to her late co-star John Ritter.

Sadly, her aggregate scores were not enough to keep her from getting eliminated.

"I learned that it’s good to put yourself out of your comfort zone," she concluded after the show.

"You learn a lot about yourself, you learn about how strong you are and how strong you are not and it’s a very humbling experience and I’m so glad I did it."




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