Erin Andrews is not here for the haters.
After the "Bachelorette’s" Hannah Brown and her professional dance partner, Alan Bersten, were crowned the "Dancing with the Stars" Season 28 winners on Monday evening, the Internet had a lot to say about Andrews' apparent reaction to the results.
"Wait ... is it just me or did Erin Andrews look less than thrilled Hannah won........ #DWTS," one person asked on Twitter.
Echoed another social media user: "Can Erin Andrews facial expressions be any more obvious? Shouldn't she at least appear unbiased? Not sure who she wanted to win, but at least she could pretend to be happier for the winner no matter who it is. #dwtsfinale #DWTS."
"Disappointed in Erin Andrews’ lack of professionalism when Hannah and Alan were announced as winners. I tried not to think much of it as I was watching bc it was all so quick, but reading that others noticed it, too, confirms her lack of respect for the winners. #DWTS," said one individual.
The myriad tweets caught Andrews' attention, with the 41-year-old host responding to one social media user who wrote: "ooooo @ErinAndrews looked less than impressed with the outcome of #DWTS."
"Give me a break," Andrews shot back. "YOU CAN’T WIN IN THIS SITUATION. I’m standing next to the couple that just got second place. And if I had cheered, you’d be killing me for going against the Kel, Lauren, and Ally. Not that serious people!"
Brown, 25, took home the win after competing against fellow amateur finalists Lauren Alaina, Ally Brooke and Kel Mitchell.
Andrews, along with co-host Tom Bergeron, announced Alaina had won fourth place and Brooke had won third place in the remaining minutes of the show. Mitchell was runner-up.
All four final contestants, in addition to season favorites Kate Flannery and Sailor Brinkley-Cook, will join the coming "Dancing with the Stars" tour.
Fox News' Danielle Wallace contributed to this report