‘Dancing With the Stars’ Spring Break Special Sends Another Contestant Packing

It’s no vacation for Robert Herjavec, Noah Galloway and Patti LaBelle, who are all at risk of being kicked out of the party

Last Updated: April 21, 2015 @ 10:39 AM

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Monday’s episode of “Dancing With the Stars”) 

Spring Break came late to “Dancing With the Stars” as the contestants got into holiday mode with bouncing beach balls and skimpy swimsuits on Monday.

The eight remaining hopefuls tapped into their youthful side as they reminisced about partying during their college days by dancing to spring-inspired songs.

“Definitely no drinking allowed on stage,” judge Bruno Tonioli warned, regarding the drunken nature of Spring Break. “That would be strictly prohibited.”

Sadly getting sent home from the party was Patti LaBelle, whose rendition of “Heat Wave” didn’t get the judges hot and flustered.

While she didn’t lose her cool, LaBelle did somehow lose a shoe during her beachy quickstep.

“I am honored to be here as long as I’ve been. I’ve learned so much about me. I learned I can take direction,” the 70-year-old singer said when she was eliminated. “I learned a few steps, and I made a great friend in Artem.”

Willow Shields, who at 14 is too young to even drink, danced to “Tequila” by Xavier Cugat, but kept it classy with a ’50s style white dress.

Despite the Spring Break theme, some performances got a little too raunchy, with Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy being chastised by Tonioli and told: “It’s a ballroom, not a bedroom.” Willis’ mom, Demi Moore was in the audience, but didn’t seem offended by the sexy “Bootylicious” act at least.

Along with their own personal performances, the contestants also had a group showdown with Team Trouble taking on Team Yolo.

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

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