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Kardashian Sisters Claim Dancing With The Stars Is Rigged!

Rob shouldn't have been in the bottom three...

Kardashian Sisters Claim Dancing With The Stars Is Rigged!
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Khloe, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian couldn't help but voice their outrage when their brother Rob was put in the bottom three on Dancing With The Stars after the first week.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star were furious that George Clooney's ex-girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis, 33, was safe from elimination on the show, while Rob and his dancing partner Cheryl Burke were listed as the week's worst performers.

Kourtney, 32, tweeted: "There is NO way Rob Kardashian was trending worldwide last night and in the bottom 3. Impossible! "HOW IS ELISABETTA SAFE?!??! HOW?! Seriously!!!"

While younger sister Khloe, 27, was quick to agree: "So odd." Canalis and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy were given the second lowest scores for their performance, just ahed of Ron 'Metta World Peace' Artest, who was eventually voted off the show.

Khloe, who was accompanied by her husband Lamar Odom to watch Rob's live performance, responded to a fan who asked: "Shouldn't [Elisabetta] be in the bottom 3, [not Rob]?", she tweeted: "Shows are rigged all the time."

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian, who has competed on the show before, tweeted: "Rob in the bottom three is impossible! He did soooo good!"

The 'Kardashian mafia' managed to keep Rob safe from elimination, but Khloe admits that she still found it quite distressing.

The reality star tweeted her fans: "Honestly, I didn't think any one of those people should have been in the bottom three. I just can't handle this stuff. I'm so stressed out!"

While Kourtney wrote: "Even though I'm beyond thrilled my brother is SAFE, I'm sad that Ron was first to go. He didn't deserve it."

#Later Rob tweeted his 2 million followers: "Just wanted to say thanks for all of your support last night for everyone who voted! Means so much! LOVE YOU! #LEGGGGOOOO"

The Kardashian Fam Visit Rob at DWTS...

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