Carson Kressley talks latest 'Dancing With The Stars' elimination (Video) - Spoilers
Spoiler alert! Carson Kressley has been entertaining the "Dancing With The Stars" crowd and judges for five weeks despite his own admitted lack of dancing ability. However, during Tuesday's "Dancing with The Stars: The Results Show" Kressley's fun-loving dancing could not get him through to week six and he and partner Anna Trebunskaya were eliminated.
After his elimination, Kressley talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about what he'll miss most from the show and what he is going to take away from the experience on the show.
"When people say, 'What are you going to miss most about the competition?' Certaintly working with Anna because you become like family members, but the whole cast, the producers, the catering people, and the hair people and the make-up people," Kressley said. "Everybody in this building embraced me and made me feel like I belonged and that's something I don't always feel so that was really special for me."
"I am disappointed that we're leaving because I enjoyed it so much but I am not -- I don't feel defeated in the slightest. I just feel like this was a great experience," Kressley added. "I have friends for life. I learned how to dance. I got a free spray tan. My life is good."
"Yeah, you bedazzled," Trebunskaya chimed in.
Kressley then replied, "We came, we saw, we bedazzled."
"Sincerely, this has been a fantastic experience. I think, one of the best of my life," he added.
Trebunskaya had a theory on why, despite his dance skill flaws, the audience fell for Kressley and he remained on the show for five weeks, outlasting higher scoring dancers like Kristin Cavallari and Chynna Phillips.
"You love Carson right away because he has such a great sense of humor and he has this really loving positive personality," she said. "He inspired me in so many ways and that's why all of routines were awesome, is because of you."
"You always have to look for the fun side of life because there are too many things that are terrible in the world," Kressley said. "If you focus on that, you know, your life will be over and you'll be like, 'Wow, I didn't have any fun.'"
Reporting by George Pennacchio of KABC Television, parent company of OnTheRedCarpet.com that also produces the entertainment show "On The Red Carpet"(check for local TV listings).