Amber Rose and her dancing partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy have bid adieu to Dancing with the Stars Season 23. But the duo made sure their final week had a bit of drama, as the rehearsals saw Chmerkovskiy getting frustrated with Rose when she failed to grasp his technique.
During their week 6 rehearsal, the professional dancer became so frustrated that he ended up hitting the dance studio's mirrored wall and Rose left the practice crying.
"Babe, those are f—ing lock steps," Chmerkovskiy told Rose. "C'mon man, it's lock steps."
"Alright, I'm going home for the day," the 32-year-old model replied. "Maks, I'm going home."
"If you're done, then we're not going to be ready. Period, end of story," he said. "Amber, I'm not letting you go. You have to do it again."
The two, however, did not survive the elimination. But Rose isn't upset. The mother of one said that she had a blast on the dancing reality show.
Season 23 will also be the last one for Chmerkovskiy as the dancer said he has no desire to be a part of the show next year. Chmerkovskiy and his fiancée Peta Murgatroyd will be welcoming a baby boy in January and the expectant father does not want to miss out on his son's first few months.
"The baby comes in January and then a month-and-a-half later I would have to be in L.A. to start training with somebody else," he said during an appearance on Bravo's The Daily Dish. "Trust me, I really don't care how this comes across, but there's no money on the planet that can replace me missing out the three, four, five months of my baby's life. Zero chance. I can't wait for all of this, diapers, and all of this stuff. I can't wait for Peta to pursue her goals and whatever and I just want to be a stay-at-home dad."