Nancy Grace went about things in typical fashion on Monday night's "Dancing With The Stars"—and found herself in last place.
She bickered her way through rehearsal, upset her partner Tristan MacManus (a common occurence), and gave it her all on the dance floor.
Grace and MacManus danced a fierce tango, which was well-received by the judges. However, Grace did not receive positive reviews during rehearsals.
"We still haven't found the best way to work with each other," MacManus said of his partnership with Grace, which was in its eighth on-air week. A common issue for the pair was Grace's apparent lack of listening. Grace described MacManus as "sensitive" towards that particular issue.
Nonetheless, Grace was determined to get out of the bottom-rated performers and thrive. "It ain't over yet!" Grace said, which seemed to hold water after her solid tango performance.
Grace, however, tanked during her jive. The couples were given 20 minutes to prepare an "instant dance," which proved challenging for the HLN host. Judge Len Goodman told Grace that she was a "Cinderella story." According to him, that meant "it's midnight and it's time to go home." Harsh!
Backstage, reporters asked Grace for her response to the Conrad Murray verdict which was announced Monday afternoon. Grace said that she wished he was charged with "murder one" since he would receive "life behind bars instead of four years." She also told the Hollywood Reporter that Murray and Casey Anthony "can have a tea party" in four years.WATCH:
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