"Dancing With The Stars" Season 24 premiered on Monday night, March 20. Fans were excited to see the return of the popular ABC dance competition show with 12 couples performing their first dance of the season.

While most viewers are satisfied with this season's cast, there are two people who are not pleased that two celebrities are competing. While it is none of their business, they have said two contestants should be kicked off because they never should have been on "Dancing with the Stars" in the first place.

Wendy Williams wants Heather Morris off the show

Wendy Williams does not mince her words when she believes something whether it is true or not.

The talk show host said she is launching a campaign to get the former "Glee" star Heather Morris kicked off and replaced.

Wendy says the 30-year-old actress who was Beyoncé's backup dancer for "Single Ladies" is too experienced to compete against the others. She concludes that Heather, who is partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, doesn't deserve to be on the show, and she should be replaced with an invited guest such as Wanda Sykes.

The 52-year-old host was a contestant herself on Season 12 in 2011 and partnered with Tony Dovolani. They were the second couple to be eliminated that season. Wendy, of all people, should know that ballroom dancing is different from being a backup dancer.

William Shatner wants Nick Viall off the show

Actor William Shatner has been so outspoken about the former "The Bachelor" star Nick Viall being on this season's "Dancing with the Stars" that host Tom Bergeron has asked Shatner to back off.

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However, that has not stopped the 86-old-year loyal fan from campaigning on Twitter to get Viall voted off. His suggestion is a little different from Wendy Williams' suggestion to have Heather Morris replaced.

On the other hand, Shatner is encouraging viewers to vote for anyone else other than Viall so he won't get enough votes to stay on the show. Shatner shared several tweets about Nick on Monday night.

Viall and his partner Peta Murgatroyd danced a cha cha on Monday night and received a score of 24 out of 40 from the judges who said Viall has potential. Shatner is sticking to his goal for Nick to leave the show as soon as possible.