Dancing with the Stars' Sinéad O'Carroll said she is "a little bit disappointed" to be eliminated from the competition and admits she has to "accept it now and move on".
The B*Witched singer and her professional dance partner Ryan McShane departed the show on Sunday night, after facing off against Lottie Ryan and Pasquale La Rocca in the dance-off.
Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment, O'Carroll admits the show has definitely taken a toll on her body, but said she's "not going to complain" as it was a once in a lifetime experience.
"I'm a little bit disappointed but I just have to accept it now and move on."
"Today I feel like I've done a round with Mike Tyson. My body really feels sore but you just get on with it. I'm not going to complain, I've wanted to do it for so long, and I was just trying to make the most out of it, which I did."
McShane said he's gutted he didn't get O'Carroll to the final, "I'm just sorry that I didn't get Sinéad where I think that she should've been and for me that would have been the final."
The pair may not be appearing on the hit RTÉ One show next week, but that won't stop them from performing their planned salsa.
"We have a salsa next week. We're just going to do it anyway on Grafton Street. If everyone wants to come down we'll stick a few chairs out. Sinéad is also going to sing at the gig," McShane joked.
"He's dressed in double denim today so he could join in," O'Carroll laughed.
"C'est la vie baby. C'est la vie baby," McShane added with a smile.
When asked who they have their eyes on to take home the glitterball trophy, O'Carroll said it really is anyone's game while McShane said "I always like an underdog".
"I do actually think it is open for anybody to take the trophy," O'Carroll said.
McShane pitched in: "I'm going to go for Kai [Widdrington] and Grainne [Gallanagh]. I always like an underdog.
"I think that she's slowly starting to evolve as a dancer and not just as a celebrity. I think that Kai has always done a great job on the show and I would love him to take that next step and be champion.
"That's not saying the rest of the guys aren't great too. They are all amazing."
Dancing with the Stars continues on Sunday at 6.30pm on RTÉ One.
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