DWTS professional Artem Chigvintsev describes the assessment as “not fair”

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“Dancing With the Stars” season 31

Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars is over and a new Mirrorball champion has been crowned. Charli D’Amelio and her partner Mark Ballas clinched the season-ending title after facing off against their mother Heidi D’Amelio earlier in the season.

Heidi was partnered with Artem Chigvintsev, a longtime professional dancer and two-time mirrorball champion. However, he wasn’t always happy with the judges, accusing them of “unfair” behavior and comments during a new episode “The Bellas Podcast.”

Heidi and Chigvintsev were eliminated on Monday, November 7th during the first double elimination of the season at the end of the ’90s nighttime episode.

Chigvintsev considers the judges to be unfair to certain performers

Chigvintsev shared that he was “disappointed” after leaving the show.

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“First of all, I think double elimination is difficult just because two people go home and one of those couples has absolutely nothing to say. It’s just the lowest score, the lowest vote, you will be eliminated. It just boils down to all I can do is try to get the best possible score as I obviously can’t control the vote,” he shared.

Chigvintsev recalled dancing their contemporary routine the night he and D’Amelio were eliminated and then dancing in the dance-off against Wayne Brady, whom he called an “incredible performer” who understands entertainment.

“Achievement is a big part of television, but I think if you want to see people grow, if you want people to overcome certain challenges, then I think that should be applied, not just one or two or three people, because it’s a simple goal to achieve, a simple thing to ask for,” he said.

The dancer added: “But I also feel like people who are doing well need to be challenged with other little things that they are lacking as well, and if the judges are willing to critique them to the point, like to say , it’s the semi-finals, you have to do better, then I think you have to persevere on the dance floor.”

He shared that he didn’t think it was “fair” to only task some contestants with growth throughout the season, and he specifically urged the judges not to constructively criticize some of the other cast members.

“Because at the end of the day, if you want the growth and you want people to see that person overcome something, then that’s amazing, and I think that’s the journey that people can relate to, but if you kinda close your eyes and just say, ‘that was a great performance’…” he told the Bella sisters. “You’re also a judge, you’re not the audience, that’s why we have points and that’s why we have votes, so you have to do that job. The judges have to do that. And I think that’s very important.”

The professional dancer added: “I feel like sometimes we’re missing that, we’re missing that.”

Chigvintsev shadowed the judges as he was eliminated

The dancer spoke to Page Six After the show, he joked that he was “afraid to speak because I might say something you don’t want to hear.”

“I’m definitely disappointed,” he told the outlet and other reporters. “I think the difficult thing is that this show becomes your life. For the past 10 weeks, this has been every second of [our] Day… I mean you just breathe and sleep and even dream about what happens on the floor right?”

He and D’Amelio received a score of 35 out of 40 after receiving three nines and an 8 from Len Goodman after he told the pair that he felt the dance didn’t fit D’Amelio’s personality.

Chigvintsev added: “The emotional part is more challenging than learning the steps – especially for a non-performer. There are a lot of people on the show who make a living… [Heidi] not, that’s not their job.”

He said that when you make an effort to get over it, you feel a little bit like, ‘Ah, that sucks,’ and then “you kind of get ‘Bye, see you soon.’”

Carrie Ann Inaba later defended her comments and applauded Chigvintsev and Heidi for their hard work.

Dancing With the Stars is scheduled to return in fall 2023 for season 32. DWTS professional Artem Chigvintsev describes the assessment as “not fair”

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