Wynonna Judd Reflects on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Experience, Elimination
Hours after being eliminated from the 'Dancing With the Stars' competition, Wynonna Judd took to Twitter to talk to her fans and thank all of those who believed in her and voted for her and partner Tony Dovolani during her time on the ABC series. Judd became the second dancer to go home on Tuesday night (April 2) after a Samba that left judges less than impressed on Monday.
"Tonight was really hard," Judd tweeted. "I am so sorry I let @TonyDovolani down & to all my fans who voted, thank you." Wednesday morning, the singer followed up with a series of tweets expressing her gratitude and announcing her future plans:
Was up all night, going through all the great memories that @TonyDovolani & I shared....I laughed, I cried & this morning I feel so grateful to have had this adventure with 1 of the greatest champions that I have EVER met. I will miss everyone & my next step is to get back to the farm & start working on the rest of the record. Again, I love you all for being such inspiration to me throughout my time on DWTS. What a terrifying thrill it was. You wana (sic) go again when it's done. Life is most exciting when chances are taken. I learned so much about myself. If I can try something this hard. You can too. I hope that I have encouraged some of you to take risks, to go outside your comfort zone. It caused me to really trust the process & let go of control....To love in the moment & to say "Yes" when I was tempted to stay safe. As tired as I am, I feel alive. & the journey continues....
Judd spent just over one month rehearsing and competing on 'Dancing With the Stars,' calling the opportunity a chance to do something positive for herself after months spent caring for husband Cactus Moser, who lost a leg in a motorcycle accident last August. From the beginning she embraced the challenge, even if at times she seemed to be overwhelmed by the demands of the competition. Moser inspired her daily, she said.