'DWTS' Week 3: Charo Gives Julianne Hough 'Wedding Inspiration,' Jokingly Threatens Judges After Elimination

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It was Vegas Night on Monday's Dancing With the Stars, but after a score of great dances, one contestant had to cash out their chips and head home.

In the second least-surprising elimination of the season thus far, Charo and her pro partner, Keo Motsepe, got the axe.

The elimination came down to Charo and Bachelor star Nick Viall -- who scored quite a bit higher than the Spanish entertainer each week, but recently admitted to ET that he feels like he's "letting down" pro partner Peta Murgatroyd.

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Over the last three weeks, Charo has had something of a contentious relationship with the four judges -- particularly Bruno Tonioli, whom she's lashed out at several times for his low scores.

In her parting words, Charo made sure to stay true to her goal: terrorizing Tonioli.

"I have had a very good time, I enjoyed [being on the show] very much," Charo told hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews after the elimination, before turning her focus to her nemesis: "Bruno, I'll see you in the parking lot."

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While her time on the show was brief, it did seem to have a positive impact on judge Julianne Hough. Earlier in the episode, Charo and Motsepe performed a foxtrot to "Chapel of Love" by The Dixie Cups -- and went all out with their Vegas wedding theme.

After the performance, Hough -- who is currently in the process of planning her wedding to fiancé Brooks Laich -- told Charo, "you are giving me major wedding inspiration right now!"

Only time will tell if Hough ends up walking down the aisle in a super-poufy blue gown.

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Charo earned a 24 out of 40 for her foxtrot, putting her at the bottom of the score chart -- but she had company. Mr. T and pro Kym Herjavec also earned a 24 for their foxtrot, while Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess were hit with a shockingly low 24 for their lackluster Charleston.

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