Amber Rose and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were eliminated from "Dancing With The Stars" on Monday, October 17. They had argued while rehearsing for this week's Latin Night. It got so bad that Maks hit the mirrored wall, and Amber left the dance studio in tears. She told Maks she was going home. She did drive away, but she returned the next day. Amber saying she was going home might have been a foreshadowing of what was to come. She and Maks were in jeopardy along with Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko. In the end, Tom Bergeron announced that Amber Rose and Maks Chmerkovskiy were the ones eliminated while Jana and Gleb ended up with a perfect score.

Amber Rose'sjourney

Amber didn't seem to catch on to the routines of "Dancing with the Stars." She was at the bottom of the leaderboard the entire time. She was fortunate to stay on the ABC popular dance competition show as long as she did. Viewers' votes keep her dancing through six weeks because the judges' scores were neverhigh enough to move her up the leaderboard. The television personality used to dance as a stripper. As viewers saw, the dances are quite different.

Amber's reaction to elimination

Even though Amber had done a lot of crying on the show and during rehearsal, she didn't cry when it was announced she was eliminated. She indicated during her final remarks that it was a good experience for her. She also shared something that might have surprised a lot of people. The 32-year old admitted that she is really shy. That's unbelievable because the model is famous for her use of sexual language that can be heard on her own talk show "The Amber Rose Show" on VH1 and on her podcast "Loveline."

Maks didn't seem to be sad to leave the show.

Recently he had been emphatic that no one could pay him enough money to come back next season. That's because he would be on "diaper duty." He and his fiancée pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd are expecting a son in January close to the start of next season. Maks returned this season after being away for several seasons. When he left before he insisted he would not return. Let's see if he returns again. His younger brother, Val Chmerkovskiy, is doing well with partner gymnast Laurie Hernandez.

They have been at the top of the leaderboard most weeks. Watch "Dancing with the Stars" next week to see who will be eliminated next.

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