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Chris Brown Snubbed by DWTS Celebs, Fans Upset by Brown? Was It Worth It?

dancing with the stars eliminationChris Brown got a cold shoulder from the Dancing with the Stars celebs when he performed on the reality show last night.  The entire cast of DWTS was chilly to the rapper but especially Kirstie Alley, Wendy Williams and dancer Cheryl Burke.   A source close to the reality show spilled the details to  celeb journalist Rob Shuter:

“Usually when a big star comes in to sing, the entire cast is excited to meet them and spend the day together at rehearsals. With Chris, no one wanted to be around when he rehearsed.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dancing with the Stars fans are angry about Chris Brown being allowed to perform on the show last night! Was it really worth it for ABC to let Chris Brown on the top rated show just a week after his meltdown on Good Morning America?

Dancing with the Stars dancer Cheryl Burke made her opinion about Chris Brown quite clear when she spoke to Extra yesterday:

“As a victim of domestic violence, I don’t agree with him coming on the show, but it’s out of my control.”

Dancing with the Stars host Tom Bergeron told Ryan Seacrest yesterday that he wasn’t happy with the decision to allow Brown to perform on the show.  Bergeron said he told the DWTS producers:

“I did say to the producers that it might be to their advantage to not have me interview him because my natural tendency would be to say something. Don’t put me in a position where you’re asking me to not say something, cause I won’t really do that.”

Fans were not happy about Chris Brown appearing on the family friendly DWTS!  Fans were so upset that ABC had a plan if Chris Brown got booed!

I haven’t seen the latest overnight ratings for the Chris Brown episode of Dancing with the Stars but I’ll update this post as soon as I get them!

Photo: DWTS

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