Bill Engvall Eliminated From 'Dancing With the Stars'

PHOTO: Bill Engvall , Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley and Jack Osbourne compete on season 17 of ABCs "Dancing With the Stars."

Well, it was just his time as Bill Engvall was finally sent home on "Dancing With the Stars." Engvall -- who has been posting low scores for weeks, but has been kept alive by the fans -- joked after being eliminated, saying "It proves to me there is a God," adding he couldn't do one more dance. His enthusiasm and good spirit will definitely be missed, the judges said.

The final three couples set up a fierce competition for Tuesday night's finale, part 2.

Amber Riley and Derek Hough finished in the lead with 64 points on a night that included three rounds of dancing, while Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff were right on their heels with a 62. Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke finished with 57.

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It's down to just four couples on "Dancing With the Stars" tonight as part 1 of the finals begins at 8 p.m. After 10 weeks of shocking eliminations, only Jack Osbourne, Bill Engvall, Corbin Bleu and Amber Riley remain for the stars.

Engvall continues to thrive due to his dedicated fan base, even though he consistently has the lowest scores. And Osbourne is winning over the judges while dancing with MS.

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Tonight, each couple will compete in three dance rounds - a judges' pick, a samba relay and a freestyle.

One star will be eliminated at the end of the show and then the final three will perform tomorrow night, where a winner will receive the Mirror Ball Trophy.

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