No regrets — and no tears! — from Wendy Williams.
The second contestant to be eliminated from Dancing with the Stars is "relieved" that she's going home, she told UsMagazine.com after hearing her fate Tuesday night.
"Everything that I have neglected personally on this six week journey — we were on TV for three [weeks] and then there were three [weeks] that we rehearsed," the talk show host, 46, explained. "And I have a ten year old son, I have a twelve year marriage and I've got a talk show that demands my attention."
On Monday's performance show, Williams and pro partner Tony Dovolani nabbed the lowest scores of the night (15/30) for their foxtrot. "It was a struggle," judge Len Goodman said bluntly. "It lacked fluidity. There was no movement…It just wasn't great to watch."
What'll Williams miss most about the experience? "Craft services!" she told reporters. "Endless guacamole and lots of good salad dressing."
Williams added that it "remains to be seen" whether she'll dance again. "First, I need to tend to the business of Wendy at hand…I finally have time to make time for myself — because I've neglected a lot."
The New York-based star learned a ton on the ABC show. "I still got it!" she said. "[I learned] the very same things that helped my career and made me push ahead after several miscarriages to have my son and after a bad marriage to remarry and learn to trust again, the very same things that I've been fearless about in the past, I've still got it."
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