Shed Likes Another Chance on DWTS, According to Reality Star

Shed Likes Another Chance on DWTS, According to Reality Star ...

A Dancing with the Stars alum said she'd be willing for a second chance at the mirrorball trophy.

Audrina Patridge, the former alum of The Hills, was eliminated at the height of her game during a season that saw her compete in the mirrorball tournament. Grey ended the season with the mirrorball trophy.

According to People, Patridge and her partner were tied with Rick Fox and Cheryl Burke for second place after a high-scoring pair of dances.

After the judges praised her dances that night, Patridge told Good Morning America that she was surprised to be voted off DWTS.

I'm still trying to figure out why she was fired. She revealed that she's sorry to be off the program.

Audrina Patridge has admitted that she would like to get a second chance on the DWTS.

DWTS has had just one all-star season in its 30 seasons, and Dovolani won it with second-time contestant Melissa Rycroft in a July 2022 interview. Patridge said she would not rule out a second chance at the mirrorball trophy.

Patridge told the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast that she loved being a contestant on DWTS.

She said she loved a challenge. It was very intense and we danced six days a week, and I was there sometimes for eight hours a day. So that was my life. I lived and breathed dancing. Physically, like towards the end, I was dancing on a sprained ankle that I had to wrap and numbing, like numbing wrap to be able to like put pressure on it.

Patridge replied, "I would." It may be a little difficult because I don't have a lot of help with my daughter, but I would go back!

Patridge reveals who she thinks should have been brought home before her.

I think I was in the top five, then I was voted off, according to a source. But I had all nines and was voted off. And Tony Dovolani, who was my partner at the time, was so upset because, you know, we both felt like we should have stayed on and Bristol should have been voted off. However, it remains.

Dovolani told Good Morning America that Patridge brought the speed required to be a mirrorball champion just a few minutes after their elimination.

She really excelled for me, he said. I honestly thought we had a really good chance of going to the finals. We invested so much energy and effort to get to this position.

While attempting to compete in the DWTS, Patridge was dealing with behind-the-scenes stress.

Patridge was coping with the pressures of her then-boyfriend, Corey Bohan, while she wore a happy face during DWTS.

Patridge revealed that her boyfriend was extremely supportive of her close relationship with Dovolani during her 2022 memoir, Choices: To the Hills and Back Again. Despite the fact that the professional dancer was happily married with three children, she was extremely protective of her close relationship with Dovolani.

Patridge wrote that he would make rude, nasty comments about Tony and what he was so sure was going on every day. I was accused of making the dances too sexy and inappropriate, as if I had control over the movements of the tango.

She continued, Tony is a happily married man with three beautiful children. He is a true family man, period, and there was not even a hint of anything inappropriate.

According to Page Six, Patridge ended her marriage to Bohan. However, in 2018, she filed for divorce after less than a year of marriage.