'Dancing' Champ Talks How to Win
PHOTO: Actress Melissa Rycroft attends the Clearblue Advanced Ovulation Test Launch at The Hotel on Rivington Penthouse, April 8, 2013 in New York City.

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Last winter, reality show veteran Melissa Rycroft and her partner, Tony Dovolani, won "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," and she's got some advice for tonight's finalists: Invest in comfortable footwear.

"My feet are still rebelling about high heels," she told ABC News with a laugh. "I was wearing, like, five-inchers and I'm working my way up. I had a herniated disk in my neck this time. At the ripe old age of 30 my body was falling apart. I'm so not jealous [of the competitors tonight]. I don't want to be back out there."

In spite of her (literally) scarring experience on "Dancing with the Stars," Rycroft, who also was on "The Bachelor," has been watching this season. As far as she's concerned, there's no clear winner, at this point.

"I said from day one it's Kellie [Pickler]'s trophy, and I still think it's Kellie's trophy, but I would love to see, like, Aly [Raisman] come in there and sneak it," she said, adding that she's "a huge Jacoby [Jones] fan."

"They're all phenomenal," she said. "I'm glad I didn't have to go up against any of them."

Now a spokeswoman for Banana Boat's Unconditional Fun Sweepstakes, Rycroft has begun to think about her own summer plans, which include spend time at her parents' beach house and going to Europe with her husband, Tye Strickland, and their 2-year-old, Ava.

One thing not on the agenda just yet? Baby No. 2.

"We've always talked that we want a big family, but I look at Ava and go, 'I'm not ready to share her yet,'" Rycroft said. "It'll happen eventually."

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