We're not even gonna try and leave readers in suspense on this one.
We're not gonna tease out the Dancing with the Stars results from Monday night in order to build suspense and/or force readers to scroll down and view more digital advertisements.
Instead, we're just gonna come right out and say it...
... Sean Spicer is finally headed home.
The extremely polarizing former White House Press Secretary danced a pair of routines with partner Jenna Johnson yesterday evening.
First up, the duo went with an Argentino tango -- set to "Bills Bills Bills" -- that elicited mostly positive reviews from gust judge Joey Fatone.
He said his frame was good, yet the time for making error was long gone.
Bruno, meanwhile, said it was clear Spicer was trying hard, while Len barely even tried to couch his criticism.
"The best thing about it was it wasnt very long," the veteran panelist remarked.
Total score? 26/40.
Next, Sean and Jenner danced a foxtrot to "Story of My Life."
Bruno noted the ex-political hack was "solid and consistent" but instead of "fluid," it was "clumpy."
Carrie Ann said he missed his step, which threw him off. Len completely tore the dance apart -- but Joey, once moree, commended Spicer for continuing to give it everything he had.
Total score? 24/40.
How did these scores hold up to Spicer's competition?
Not favorably, to say the very least.
Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten earned a 32/40 and then a 39/40 for their two routines, which followed an emotional reaction from The Bachelorette during rehearsals.
“There are highs and lows. I know what I’m capable of and I do not want this to end,” she told Erin Andrews in her interview, adding:
“I need to dance and perform the way that I know that I can and give it all that I’ve got."
Emma Slater and James Van Der Beek, meanwhile, remained steady and consistent, garnering a pair of 36/40s for their two dances.
Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber, for their part, were in no danger of falling into the bottom two -- not after a pair of perfect scores! Yup, we're talking 40/40 and then 40/40 again!
Then there was Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko, whose quickstep only got them to 34/40, but whose rumba bumped up their second score by two total points.
Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson also garnered a mere 34/40 for their paso doble, but then leaped up to a perfect 40/40 for their viennese waltz, which was set to the iconic ballad "I'll Make Love to You."
These results left Alaina and Spicer in the bottom two, with the latter at last getting sent packing.
Are you happy to see him go?
Or, like President Donald Trump, do you blame The Deep State for this awful injustice?