‘Dancing With the Stars’ Latin Night Heats Up the Competition, See Which Contestant Fizzled

Even spicy moves couldn’t stop Chris Soules, Charlotte McKinney and Noah Galloway from being in jeopardy

Last Updated: March 31, 2015 @ 1:05 AM

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read if you have not watched Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars”)

It was Latin night on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” and unfortunately model Charlotte McKinney proved she was better off avoiding spicy food and sticking to burgers.

The Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial star became the latest contestant to exit from Season 20 when her rumba failed to fire up the judges.

“I really want to stay in the competition but I just have so much going on this week,” the 22-year-old bombshell said, appearing distracted during rehearsals. Her lack of interest showed on Monday, prompting judge Carrie Ann Inaba to tell McKinney: “You didn’t take Keo’s (Motsepe) instruction.”

Judge Bruno Tonioli was even more blunt when he said, “You’re never going to win the Nobel prize for quantum physics,” prompting boos from the audience and outrage from the buxom blonde’s fans on Twitter.

“I learned so much,” McKinney said after being told she was going home. “I am extremely grateful. It’s tested me and I feel like a better person.”

Contestants who did prove that they have Latin flair were Nastia Liukin, Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis, who has continued to stay strong after blowing away the judges in the first week.

“That was so good it made me crave polyster,” said Tom Bergeron following her disco salsa performance with Val.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.