Karamo Brown on DWTS Ouster: “I Was Robbed” Disses Sean Spicer

Kamaro Says of Sean Spicer "There Was No Friendship"

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN -- Episode 16178 -- Pictured: Karamo Brown -- (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo)
WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN  — Pictured: Karamo Brown — (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo)

Eliminated Dancing with the Stars contestant Karamo Brown spilled the tea about his sudden eliminations and thoughts about Sean Spicer on Watch What Happens Live Tuesday night (Nov 5).

The Queer Eye star was eliminated from DWTS last week. He typically scored at the bottom of the leaderboard every week, but he’s miles ahead of Spicer, who literally has no sense of rhythmic. We are talking comically bad. But he’s got people and they are voting the former White House press secretary through every week.

“I can tell you I had an amazing time on the show. I was robbed. I should have still been there,” Karamo dished to host Andy Cohen. “But you know what, I have a lot going on. Queer Eye just premiered with a new season.” When Andy pressed him on Spicer’s continuing safety (He once again avoided the bottom 2 this week. Kate Flannery left the competition. Perfect 10 scoring Ally Brooke stood beside her.) Karamo said:

“He can’t dance, that’s literally what it is.” said Karamo. “But it’s also fan votes and middle America watches the show and they vote for him. And also, our president, who should be doing other stuff, has been tweeting ‘Vote for the man.'” Not only the president, but his son and a bunch of other right wing types as well. Also, Spicer appears weekly on Breitbart radio to whine about how m33n the libs are, while dishing out his numbers to the right wing blogosphere (PITY ME VOTE FOR ME!).

Early in the season, Karamo received backlash after revealing he reached out to Spicer in friendship. Social media got so crazy he disabled his Twitter account. Karamo explained to Andy why, and also made clear that he and Spicer ARE NOT FRIENDS.

“I deactivated because they were giving my sons death threats. Because I was nice to Sean Spicer,” he said. “There was no friendship. I was saying, if we’re going to be on the same show, I’m going to have a respectful conversation with someone who’s different than me. People were like, how dare you! A, if you’ve never seen me on television, I’m always going to be the person to build a bridge.”

Watch Karamo Brown’s interview on Watch What Happens Live below.

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