"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne and her professional partner, Gleb Savchenko, were eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars” after their impressive Disney-inspired Viennese waltz to “Unforgettable” by Sia, from “Finding Dory.”
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“It felt great. We ended on a high note,” Jayne, 45, said on “Good Morning America. “It was beautiful. It was emotional. We worked hard. I’m proud of us.”
Jayne compared her “Dancing” and “Housewives” experiences, saying they are “two completely different things.”
“First off, everyone on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ is very nice and very warm and very sweet,” she said with a laugh. “Although you and I had it out a couple of times,” she said, addressing Savchenko. “But nothing like my other job. I had a great time.”
When asked which of her “Real Housewives” co-stars would be the toughest judge on “DWTS,” she replied, “Every one of them.”
She added that her co-star Kyle Richards would be a great competitor on the dance floor and that she hopes Kenya Moore of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” gets on the next season of “Dancing.”
“She’d be great,” Jayne said. “Kenya, you’re next, babe.”
One of the hardest parts of competing on “DWTS” was working with a partner, Jayne said.
“Partnering is harder than you can imagine,” she explained. “I knew it was going to be tough. I knew it was going to be a challenge. I always said that. But it was really difficult to come into his space and learn and really be his student.”
“It was tough, but I am so appreciative,” she added.
Next week’s episode of "Dancing With the Stars" features team dances, with a theme of boy bands versus girl groups.