April 11, 2013 05:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Lisa Vanderpump has not had an easy time this season on Dancing With The Stars. With all her bruising, as well as her recent fainting spell, it’s probably for the best that the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star was eliminated last night. Speaking of her elimination, Vanderpump also revealed that she knew she had no chance of winning the mirror ball trophy!
Lisa Vanderpump had a fun yet short run on Dancing With The Stars, but it’s all good. After her elimination last night from the show, Vanderpump spoke to US Weekly, explaining why she is not sad about leaving. “I have an element of relief. It’s been an incredible experience, and you can’t minimize it, but wow, it’s been tough,” Lisa said, admitting that being sick definitely did not help her ability to get her dance moves going.
Though Lisa did try her best this week, despite battling some sort of flu, deep down inside Vanderpump knew she was not going win the mirror ball trophy. “It’s been six long weeks! I’ve got two shows, I’ve got two businesses and a business under construction. I have a lot going on! We knew we weren’t going to win. I’m a 52-year-old restauranteur, give me a break,” Lisa concluded. Yeah, we think Lisa should stick to the Real Housewives drama, which she is much better at!
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