LOS ANGELES — Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, but he won't be spending any more time on the dance floor.
The 80-year-old astronaut was eliminated Tuesday from "Dancing With the Stars."
Aldrin and his professional partner, Ashly Costa, finished in last place during the ABC dance competition show's three weeks of competition. He earned just 13 points out of 30 for his waltz on Monday's episode.
Judges' scores are combined with viewer votes to determine which celebrity is eliminated each week.
The remaining competitors are reality TV stars Jake Pavelka and Kate Gosselin, actors Pamela Anderson, Niecy Nash, and Aiden Turner, as well as Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek, singer Nicole Scherzinger, football star Chad Ochocinco, and sportscaster Erin Andrews.
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