Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flipboard 6 ABC The next couple to go home in season 24, falling just short of the finals, is Simone Biles and Sasha Farber. David Ross and Lindsay Arnold were also in jeopardy. Tonight, the couple has an all-around perfect evening for the semifinals, earning a perfect 40 in both rounds. They danced a sparkling jive in the first round for the Judges’ Challenge after being paired up with Carrie Ann Inaba, who encouraged Simone to dance more freely. In the second round, the couple danced an inspirational rumba to “Skyscraper,” which was influenced by her Olympic journey. Simone Biles and Partner Sasha Farber Eliminated Their other dances have included a sassy samba to “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child for Boy Bands vs Girl Groups Night (35), timeless Charleston for Movie Night (37), breathtaking contemporary to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana” for Disney Night (38) and sparkling quickstep to “Viva Las Vegas” for Vegas Night (32). Their very first score was a 32 out of 40, the highest-scoring dance of the premiere. Their average score throughout the competition was 36 points. Social Media Reacts to Simone Biles and Sasha Farber Elimination I'm actually a big pile a mush right now I can't not have Simone dancing a freestyle next week especially after today #DWTS — naomi •toronto•✨ (@theartsythings) May 16, 2017 @Simone_Biles, don't worry, you are our all around champion!! #DWTS — Yvonne Masters (@ymasters) May 16, 2017 I am IN SHOCK I love David but Simone was better wtf #DWTS — brit (@itsbritx) May 16, 2017 I am shocked and sad for Simone, but also proud of David and the @cubs fans that are obviously keeping him going! It's kind of amazing #DWTS — Adele Inglish (@adeleinglish) May 16, 2017 A little upset @Simone_Biles got PERFECT scores on her dances and went home but so pumped @D_Ross3 is in the finals!!! #DWTS — Haley (@sportyfox0906) May 16, 2017 Omg !! I am shocked and pissed off. Wtf America. This is so wrong. Sasha and Simone should be in the finals!!#DWTS you should b cancelled — XxMaryxX (@XxCatNippyxX) May 16, 2017 I'm so angry my ears are hot!!! @Simone_Biles #DWTS pic.twitter.com/BLHmGlSqqs — kayla. (@_polaroid_dream) May 16, 2017 You've got to be kidding me! Kicking Simone off DWTS is totally insane! #dwts — Patricia Barner (@pbsigh) May 16, 2017 Not surprised Simone went home. #DWTS fans are a tough bunch & after last week, I was afraid she hurt herself. — Auntie B (@b_auntie) May 16, 2017 The fact that some less than stellar baseball player just got into the finals over @Simone_Biles is RIDICULOUS. SLAY ON SIMONE. #dwts — Rob (@ElderPoptart) May 16, 2017 I would've rather seen Normani go home than Simone! Normani is a singer/dancer she does it for a living! Unfair advantage. #dwts — Victoria A (@itssimplyV) May 16, 2017 @Simone_Biles You are an amazing dancer and a ball of joy & happiness You are a star even if you didn't win #DWTS ✨ — ~*Samantha*~ (@Sweet_Sam139) May 16, 2017 According to ABC, Biles, 19, “is already considered one of the best and most decorated gymnasts in the history of the sport. She was adopted by her grandparents at a young age, and they have been a major influence in her life, introducing her to the sport of gymnastics. She was always jumping around at a young age and was introduced to the sport on a school field trip to Bannon’s Gymnastix at the age of six. While she trains close to 35 hours per week, Biles knows how to keep things fun and is known for inventing new skills during training.” It's not about how u fall, it's how quick you get up and continue chasing your dreams. No time for rest back into the studio working on the next challenge. Simone you are my inspiration today was a special day for me because even through the hard times you proved to me that anything is possible, I love dancing with you every day @dancingabc @simonebiles A post shared by Sasha Farber (@sashafarber1) on May 9, 2017 at 8:05pm PDT Now in its 24th season, “Dancing with the Stars” is hosted by Tom Bergeron and sports broadcaster Erin Andrews. The judging panel is composed of ballroom experts Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli. Their scores, along with America’s votes, determine who gets to stay and who is sent home each week as couples vie for the coveted Mirrorball trophy. The remaining contestants include Normani Kordei with Val Chmerkovskiy, David Ross with Lindsay Arnold and Rashad Jennings with Emma Slater. The two-night “Dancing with the Stars” finale airs next Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., respectively, on ABC. Do you think the right person was sent home on “Dancing with the Stars”? 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