Anne Heche Reveals the “Honest Truth” About Her Dramatic Dancing With the Stars Elimination
After a dramatic Dancing With the Stars outcome, actress Anne Heche revealed what was really on her mind.
In an episode that aired on October 5th, Anne and her partner Keo Motsepe were excluded from the competition. The news came shortly after Anne spoke about the struggles she faced when she was with Ellen DeGeneres, her friend from 1997 to 2000. She talked about the romance, which was her first public relationship with a woman after watching her dance to Katy Perry's song "Rise". Also, according to reports, the actress did not do any press after the elimination, as is typical of contestants.
In a statement on page 6, Anne revealed that she was injured when she was sent home after discussing something so important on the show.
"The honest truth is that it took 20 years to process and share this story. After all, it wasn't the best feeling to tell it and be voted out that same night," the 51-year-old told the outlet. "It felt good to tell my story to show that we have come a long way and we are now seeing things with more acceptance - although we are not quite there yet, it is important to realize how far we came. "
Anne also revealed how she was told that if she took Ellen as her date for the premiere of her film Volcano, she would lose her contract with Fox.
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"I took Ellen to the premiere and was taken away by security before the end of the film. I was told not to go to my own after-party for fear they might take pictures of me with a woman," said Anne. "I was in a relationship with Ellen DeGeneres for three and a half years, and the stigma that came with that relationship was so bad that I was laid off from my multi-million dollar picture business and didn't work in a studio picture for 10 years."
Anne's story wasn't the only big moment of the night. During the elimination, hosts Tyra Banks first informed Monica Aldama and Val Chmerkovskiy that they were safe before the elimination, then put them back in the bottom two spots after it became known that Tyra had the wrong names on the card. In the end, however, Monica and Val didn't go home.
"Something went wrong in our control room, but we're making it possible," said Tyra. "That's live TV, right? That's the craziness of live TV ... I'm so sorry."
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