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Margaret Cho No Longer "Dancing with the Stars"

In this publicity image released by ABC, Margaret Cho, left, and her partner Louis Van Amstel perform on the celebrity dance competition series, "Dancing With the Stars," Monday, Oct. 4, 2010 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/ABC, Adam Larkey)
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Updated at 10:23 p.m. ET

Comedian Margaret Cho wasn't laughing when she learned she'd done her last dance on "Dancing With the Stars."

The 41-year-old comedian cried Tuesday after being eliminated from the hit ABC show, but vowed to continue dancing.

"I thought the judges were really hard on me but I think you were hard on me because you could see that I was a dancer for real and I thank you for that," said Cho.

Cho and her professional partner, Louis Van Amstel, came into Tuesday's episode in last place, collecting just 18 points out of 30 for their colorful, pride-themed samba.

Judges' scores are combined with viewer votes to determine which couple is ousted each week.

Returning to dance Monday will be actors Jennifer Grey, Kyle Massey and Florence Henderson; singer-actress Brandy; athletes Kurt Warner and Rick Fox; reality stars Audrina Patridge and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino; and Bristol Palin.

Last week Michael Bolton performed what was described as the worst jive in "Dancing With the Stars" history. The following night he was eliminated from the hit ABC show.

Bolton performed Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" live on the show Tuesday night, filling in for an under-the-weather Susan Boyle.