Singer recovering after suffering from Pneumonia

Tamar Braxton could have been disqualified from 'Dancing with The Stars' for missing the live taping on November 9 because she was admitted at hospital for pneumonia.

Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton could have been disqualified from 'Dancing with The Stars' for missing the live taping on November 9 because she was admitted at hospital for pneumonia.

Braxton, who is a favorite on the show, got really fans worried when they heard she had been rushed into the emergency room after dress rehearsal due to Pneumonia.

According to Hollywood Life, some contestants have been disqualified for missing the taping in the past and others have been judged on their rehearsals.

Latest reports say instead of being kicked off the show for missing the live taping like reality star, Kim Zolciak was, Tamar and partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy were luckily judged based on the tape from their dress rehearsal. Even bigger news than that: Tamar actually showed up to the show a little later on!

Even though Tamar had a good rehearsal, it just didn’t have the same passion or spunk as a live performance because she was just focusing on getting the steps right, and not expecting it to be judged. Her low score could very well send her home next week.

However, nobody wants to see Tamar go home over this. We hope she can recover soon and come back stronger than ever!

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