Hope Solo talks 'DWTS' week 7: 'I don't care what anybody thinks'
Hope Solo says she doesn't care what anybody thinks, and just wants to enjoy the moment with Maks after week 7 of "Dancing with the Stars."
The 30-year-old starting goalkeeper for the United States women's soccer team and partner Maksim Chmerovskiy, 31, received a score of 24 out of 30 from the judges for their spooky Samba in week 7 of ABC's hit celebrity ballroom dancing series (read recap). The pair earned a score placing them in the bottom three, tied with David Arquette and Kym Johnson.
"It's taken me a long time to understand the show, and I think it started until last week where I finally was like, 'I don't care about what anybody thinks,'" Solo told OnTheRedCarpet.com after their performance. "[I don't care] what our scores are, I'm just going to enjoy this moment with Maks."
The six couples were split into teams of three to perform two group dances, and were a part of either "Team Tango" or "Team Paso Doble." David Arquette, Nancy Grace and J.R. Martinez scored 23 for their team Tango, and Ricki Lake, Solo and Rob Kardashian scored a 26 for their team Paso Doble.
The six remaining pairs return on Tuesday, November 2 for an elimination episode where the seventh couple is expected to be sent packing.check for local TV listings).