Carrie Ann Inaba tells it as it is, and won’t be shutting down anytime soon.
The “Dancing with the Stars” judge said she was carrying out a cyber attack on November 2, pointing to a live performance of Kathin Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev.
“I still get upset,” she said on Tuesday on “The Talk”, where she co-hosts. “It is right about this time when people start threatening me for judging people. I can’t believe that it still happens as adults. “
Many fans spoke on the issue this week, judging Bristowe and Chigwintsev, as they thought of an illegal lift during their routine.
“I want to tell the bully people,” she went on. He said, ‘This did not change the way of making me a judge. I am not going to change because you try to bully me. It only makes me stronger in my beliefs and what I believe in. ”
One dancer herself, the former “In Living Color” flying girl, said, “Just you all know, all of you are trying to bully me about it, the way I judge from my background. It’s It is my job to do and I will always do it at my discretion, not because you are trying to tell me what I need to do. “
Chigvintsev also expressed disappointment with recent critics of Inba, telling Eta, “At this point, it starts to get a little personal … I think it certainly is, maybe not a different standard, but I like It seems that these are different expectations, ”he expressed on Monday night. “I don’t know. I’m watching the dance back myself, it’s like, ‘Oh, you can kick fast!’ By the way, I can say that everyone who dances on the show today. I don’t know. It’s really weird. “