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Dancing With The Stars 2020 Spoilers: Carrie Ann Inaba Says She’s Being Bullied For Doing Her Job

ABC Dancing With The Stars 2020 spoilers say that Carrie Ann Inaba that she’s being bullied online by DWTS fans and critics for simply doing her job. The problem is, a lot of people think she’s not doing her job the right way. The former pro-dancer and current DWTS judge recently admitted that she is being slammed for the way that she is critiquing the dancers on the show.

During an appearance on The Talk, Carrie Ann said that viewers and longtime fans have been attacking her for the way that she has been judging contestant Kaitlyn Bristore and her partner, Artem Chigvinstev. This past week Carrie Ann deducted points from the pair’s performance because she believed that Kaitlyn did not pull off a lift that she believes was very important for the routine.

Dancing With The Stars Season 29 Spoilers: Carrie Ann Inaba Says She’s Being Bullied For Doing Her Job

“I still get bullied. Right about this time is when people start to bully me because of the way I judge people,” Inaba said. “I can’t believe it still happens as adults.”

And while some of the comments might seem a bit harsh, Carrie Ann says that she’s not going to change her ways. After all, she’s the one who has been in the dancing business for many years. She also says that her own judging style comes from her dance experience.

Still, Carrie Ann has a message for her critics. They can lash out at her all that they want, but that’s not going to change the way that she does her job.


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How to stay in it even when you’re exhausted? It’s not easy. These are trying times for all people. But here’s how I do it. 💫 I think about the people I work with. When you think of yourself as a part of a larger picture made up of people with complicated and dynamic lives like your own, it brings back a “community” or “compassionate” based way of being. You can feel in your heart (which is love based) that you have more to give from that open loving and caring place. It allows you to keep giving it your best and showing up for each other. That’s how I get out of bed on the days that I am exhausted or in an autoimmune flare. …I think about others and how they are doing the same. And it makes me feel that beautiful connection. I want to be there for everyone because we do it together. From the PA to the engineer, to the script team, to the lighting designer, to the grips, to the best boys, to the camera ops, to the prompter operator, to the sound guys and DJ, to the props and the set teams, to the choreographers and creators, to the caterers, to my hair and make up and stylist team, to the producers and executives, to my fellow cast mates, and those who watch us…. we all do it together and we show up because we are all a part of a larger whole, interdependent upon each other. Remember, “No man (or woman, or anyone) is an island.” Let’s stay strong and nourish each other through our compassion and sense of community. @carrieannconversations @thetalkcbs @dancingabc #inspiration #covidhealthtips #autoimmunedisease #autoimmunewarrior

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Dancing With The Stars Season 29 Spoilers: Carrie Ann Is Not Going To Change The Way She Judges

“I want to tell people who bully,” she said, “‘it doesn’t make me change the way I judge. I’m not about to change because you try to bully me. It only makes me stand stronger in my convictions and what I believe in.'”

So far Kaitlyn Bristowe herself has not made any comments about the matter.

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