The 'Sweet Magnolias' star thanked her fans and followers for their support following her elimination from 'DWTS' on Tuesday night
Jamie Lynn Spears left her all on the dance floor.
“Yalllllll, I promise I hear and see all the many wonderfully passionate ppl who are not happy with the way things fell tonight, and i appreciate the tremendous amount [of] love and support,” Spears wrote in a lengthy post on Instagram after the episode.
She continued, “This was an amazing experience, and I’m very happy to have been apart of it, and soooo excited to see all the fabulous contestants and their partners continue to KILL it each week!!!!!”
Of her partner, seasoned DWTS pro Alan Bersten, she said, “Alan, you’re the absolute best friend and partner that anyone could ever ask for.”
On Instagram, she wrote, “I got to raise some money for my #SAGAFTRA community and meet some of the most amazing ppl, and that’s a win by all accounts in what I set out to do.”
She concluded her post with a shoutout to her older daughter, Maddie: “Softball moms are hot🥎🔥💃🏼.”
Bersten, 29, shared his response to the news briefly with a post on his Instagram Story Tuesday night.
"There's nothing I love more than dancing on @dancingwiththestars," he wrote alongside a tearing-up emoji.
Though her DWTS experience came to an end sooner than she’d hoped, Spears told host Alfonso Ribeiro the best part of the show was "meeting everybody and doing something I never thought I'd do in my entire life.”
After earning a 15/30 for their tango last week, Spears said during the episode that she was keen to improve. "I don't like average," she said. "I want to do better."
She and Bersten danced a Cha Cha on Tuesday, which tasked the actress with being sexy, which she said was out of her comfort zone as she’s just a “softball mom.”
Of their performance, the judges awarded the duo a 16/30 and applauded Spears’ major improvement from her first performance.
"You came out of your shell... you entertained and connected," judge Bruno Tonioli said. "You are a performer and you can do it!"
Alfonso revealed the first five couples who nabbed safe spots were Alyson Hannigan and Sasha Farber, Lele Pons and Brandon Armstrong, Tyson Beckford and Jenna Johnson, Charity Lawson and Ezra Sosa and Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold.
Ariana Madix and Pasha Pashkov, Mira Sorvino and Gleb Savchenko, Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy, Jason Mraz and Daniella Karagach and Barry Williams and Peta Murgatroyd were saved next, with Mauricio Umansky and Emma Slater as the final save.
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