America does not give peace a chance.
LA Lakers Ron Artest, aka Metta recently defeated world peace, was the first participant to receive a sparkling pink slip at season 13 of "Dancing With the Stars."
Buy you've probably noticed that if you saw the elimination, it does not take it too hard. Zap2it was on the floor of the ball, while 6-foot-7 foot NBA small step forward met the press, and has remained fairly chipper.
"I do not want to leave the last impression, shocked and saddened," Artest said. "It 'been fun, and we tried very hard. I knew they were right on the results. I missed a lot of dancing in the end."
He was careful to note that it does not think the name change had no effect on the vote. With only a total score of 14, the first was the lowest he simply danced away.
However, it is happy to leave. "I do not like me," Artest said ball, his arm around partner Peta Murgatroyd. "I'm out of the program, but I like to dance."
Despite the benefits, there is a shock to see a great athlete to go as soon as the competition. Artest and says it is because basketball players are not so willing to dance with other athletes.
"Football players are a lot of exercise walking," said Artest. "They have four seconds to be fast, explosive and fast. Basketball players, we can rest when we want. We can take important steps on our heels and feet. Football players are on their guard, so it is no coincidence that the players have won. "
Professional athletes have won six of the top 12 "Dancing With the Stars" title. The only way it happens this season now rests on the shoulders of goalkeeper only hope.