Kurt Warner tells UsMagazine.com his Dancing With the Stars days shouldn't be over.
After he was eliminated on Tuesday's show, he sarcastically told Us backstage, "Gosh it was unfair! I mean, I think we all feel, in some way, it is unfair when we get voted off. I think we felt for a long time that we should have gotten better scores than we did, so you're disappointed. We're all biased."
Though judges praised his waltz and chacha, Warner, 39, and his professional partner, Anna Trebunskaya, scored 24 points out of 30 for each dance Monday, barely beating out Bristol Palin, who scored the lowest.
Warner said he isn't bitter.
"It's pretty easy for me to walk away with the great things I acquired on this show and move on to the next things in life," he told Us. "I wish everyone else well."
Competing in Monday's semifinal round along with Palin: Jennifer Grey, Kyle Massey and Brandy.
Who does he think will win?
"I think Kyle has a chance because he's a tremendous entertainer, and I think a big part of this is entertainment and enjoying what you do," Warner told Us. "I love Bristol, I think she's done tremendous, and I'm proud of her. I think Jennifer or Brandy will definitely be in the final, but who knows?"