‘Dancing With the Stars’ 2015: ‘Bachelor’ Chris Soules, ‘Shark Tank’’s Robert Herjavec Booted In Week 8

“Dancing With the Stars” said goodbye to two stars tonight.

Disappointed by the elimination but focused on moving ahead, he added, “My reality is the farm right now,” when asked if he’d be ready for three reality shows in a row.

The “Dancing” duo will remain in touch, however. Witney is choreographing Soules’ first dance for his wedding to fiancée Whitney Bischoff.

“I’m thinking a nice, pretty waltz,” said Witney. “Something really romantic and soft, really pretty.”

“It’s been an incredible experience. I’m just thankful to have been a part of it,” he said, adding that he’d something he never thought he’d be able to do. “It’s life changing. I’m forever grateful.”

Witney Carson, his pro partner, thanked Soules.

“I love this guy so much. This has been the most rewarding season,” she said.

“Of course, more dancing with Kim,” he replied.

“Oh you think so?” Johnson questioned.

“I think so,” said Herjavec.

The conversation came after the “Shark Tank” star joked instead about having a relationship with Bergeron.

“I’m not dating Tom,” Herjavec quipped. “He hit on me, but no -- I love him and I respect him but I didn’t want to go there.”

On a more serious note, Johnson said of her professional partner, “He’s done amazing. I think he’s what the show is about. He’s just embraced every single dance. He truly loved learning every single dance that he did.”

The two TV personalities had struggled during their time on the program. Soules, a farmer from Iowa, has shown steady improvement in recent weeks although his scores have hovered at or near the bottom of the leaderboard. Tuesday his scores from the judges placed him third from the last place, with the 51-year-old Herjavec in last place.

Judges have commended Herjavec’s dedication throughout the competition -- his smiling on the dance floor made it clear the business mogul was enjoying his participation in the show -- even though they’ve said his performances were inconsistent.

Tuesday’s eliminations came as no surprise, unlike last week’s revelation that consistent high scorer Willow Shields was being voted off. The 14-year-old actress and star of “The Hunger Games” seemed shocked and upset when her fate was revealed, and the show’s judges, ballroom audience and fans on social media were also stunned by her departure.

Elimination is based upon a combination of judges’ scores and viewer votes.