DWTS recap: Star cries, 'I'm going home' during practice-then she is sent packing

"Dancing with the Stars" featured one of the celebrities storming out of a rehearsal session and sobbing, "I'm going home" to her outraged pro partner.

Later, Amber Rose, who performed with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, was eliminated on Monday night's week six of the competition.

The curvy model and talk show hostess had her second rehearsal meltdown in a row as "DWTS" cameras captured her and blunt spoken Maks having an argument.

As Rose had difficulty mastering the cha cha for Monday's "Latin Night," Maks admitted, "I'm frustrated."

The longtime "DWTS" pro got so upset he even punched a mirror!

In the footage, Rose cried, "I’m going home for the day."

"You are not going home. You are going from the beginning to the end,” Maks declared. “If you’re done, then we are not going to be ready. Amber, I’m not going to let you go. You have to do it for you. You have to do it for me.”

But she sobbed, "I'm not doing it, Maks," and drove away in her pink Jeep.

Later, though, Rose returned to the studio and they made up.

Last week, fans also saw Rose and Maks having a turbulent time during camera blocking and the beauty moaning, "This is hard!"

On Monday, they scored 28 out of 40 for their dance—and at the end of the night, they were eliminated after being in the bottom two with football player Calvin Johnson Jr. and his partner Lindsay Arnold.

After the show, Rose told FOX411 about her spat with Maks: "I think that's just life. It's a competition. He has been dancing for thirty years. I haven't and sometimes it gets very frustrating and sh*t happens and you just get through it and me and Maks are family forever.

"Literally, after that we called each other and it was just like, 'Oh, my God, we can never argue like that again. I f--ing love you.' And then we just went in the next day and just practiced," she said.

Maks downplayed his apparent anger in rehearsal, saying he was faking for the cameras: "I think I punched the wall or something. That was in fun just to see if [producers] would use it and they f*cking have. That's amazing."

Rose said she'd learned the show is, as she said on camera, HARD, and she would warn her close friend, Rob Kardashian's galpal Chyna (now heavily pregnant), of that for the future: "If Chyna wants to do 'Dancing with the Stars,' I'll be like, girl, 'Listen, it is no joke and I'm about to tell you exactly what it's going to be like because they lied to me before I got on here and told me I was going to do maybe, two, three hours a couple days a week, no big deal.' And…it became my life."

The beauty laughed backstage as she carried her dance shoes that she would throw them: "I'm going to 'roof' these b--ches!" And she planned to take a beach vacation with her little son soon.

Also on Monday night, during which rapper Pitbull was guest judge, actress/singer Jana Kramer got a perfect score of 40 for her Argentine tango with Gleb Savchenko, which he hoped would be the hottest ever on the show.

Mission accomplished! The two writhed on a bed and then were drenched with a shower of water, to judges' raves.

"THAT is chemistry!" Judge Julianne Hough shouted.

Pitbull flirted with Kramer, who was sopping wet after the dance, "It's getting hot in here! You can toss that dress over [here]."

Indy car driver James Hinchcliffe also continued to roar, as he and partner Sharna Burgess received a score of 38 for rumba.

"You are the best male dancer we've ever had on the show," Judge Hough gushed.

Gymnast Laurie Hernandez and pro Val Chmerkovskiy cha cha-ed their way to 37 points, tying with Johnson and Arnold, who performed Argentine tango.

Former "Taxi" star Marilu Henner keeps gaining more confidence in the competition, and garnered 34 points with partner Derek Hough.

"The Brady Bunch" icon Maureen McCormick scored 31 for samba with partner Artem Chigvintsev.

Like Rose, McCormick has suffered rehearsal agony. Her pro complained, "You are just walking through your steps." McCormick cried, "I don't have it yet!" But TV's Marcia vowed to stay positive.

Ryan Lochte's partner Cheryl Burke ripped his shirt and pants off during their salsa, revealing fluorescent shorts.

Lochte got a 30 score, as did "Little Women LA" star Terra Jole; judges felt Paso Doble was a weak dance for her with partner Sasha Farber.

Next week, the remaining celebrities will do dances based on various decades and Len Goodman will return to the judges' table.