Grace, 52, said with her head up high she was “so proud” of her and dance partner Tristan MacManus’ achievements on the show.
“I really cannot take the credit,” Grace said after being eliminated. “It’s been all Tristan from the get-go, the whole crew at ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ my family, who flew out here to take care of my twins so I could dance and all of you.”
Grace found herself in the bottom two with Rob Kardashian, who despite being a judge favorite on Monday and the week before, didn’t move viewers at home to vote for him.
Despite not making it to the last four couples standing, Grace added that she was so happy to have met new people.
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“Not only did I meet a lot of goals, I also became friends with the others ‘stars’ and with the dancers,” said Grace.
“I want to thank the viewers that have stuck by me since way back when,” Grace continued.
“[They] sent homemade gifts to the twins when we were in the hospital and the works. [Thanks] for voting us through and standing by Tristan and myself all this time.
In an OMG moment, there was a flashy dance tribute to Michael Jackson by cirque Cirque du Soleil, The timing could not have been more ironic, coinciding with his former doctor Conrad Murray being found guilty for his involuntary manslaughter.
DWTS is a weekly dance competition and reality show in which celebrities are paired with professional dancers and compete for the opportunity to win the coveted disco ball-shaped trophy.