Alfonso Ribeiro spoke to reporters about Kim Zolciak-Biermann’s Dancing With The Stars injury pull-out this week, and the former Fresh Prince star is pretty adamant that the show made the right decision in removing Kim! Thanks for the tip, Kroy, but Brielle is just fine only speaking the language she knows. “And just as I was checking into my hotel, I got a text saying, ‘I’m checking myself into the hospital, ‘” he said. Yes the timing sucked but ultimately my health is first. “If they wanted to have her come back, I’d absolutely be fine with that”, he said. Zolciak-Biermann, 37, posted an Instagram video Monday of herself rehearsing a day after having returned from being hospitalized for a mini-stroke.
Her partner also expressed his worries for “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star. She said she felt more comfortable dancing with Dovolani and improved accordingly. The Dancing With the Stars pair were dropped from the competition after Kim’s mini-stroke kept her from hitting the dance floor in Los Angeles. He feels like nobody told them right away because the producers were still fighting to keep Kim and Tony on the show. Describing the incident on Instagram, Zolciak told fans, ‘The last 24hrs have been whirlwind!
So Kim looked calm on the show, but she let her frustration out on Twitter, retweeting people who called the forced withdrawal “messed up”, and “an injustice”.
After Kim Zolciak suffered a stroke last week, she was unable to compete in last night’s episode and will have to exit the competition.
Speaking to Access Hollywood after the shocking news, Tony said Kim was “very disappointed” over leaving the competition.
Tonight on ABC Dancing With The Stars returns for a third week and Alek Skarlatos and his professional dancing partner Lindsay Arnold danced Tango routine to the theme from “True Blood”.
It is not known if she will continue as a contestant in the current series of USA show Dancing With The Stars, which airs on Monday (28Sep15). During Monday night’s broadcast, Zolciak reached out to the audience via Skype from her Atlanta home.