The One Show presenter and her professional dance partner James Jordan were eliminated from the BBC One dancing competition along with Holly Valance and her dance partner Artem Chigvintsev on Sunday evening's (December 11) results show.
Jones told The Sun: "I genuinely think everybody else was in a different league to me. It is a dancing competition and I think the right three people are in the final.
"I knew I would never walk away with the glitterball trophy as there were stronger dancers - that was very blatant for all to see. It's lovely to think that if I was up against it I could probably fudge my way through a waltz. But I still don't think I'm a dancer. I still can't dance!"
Jones's scores improved steadily throughout her time on Strictly Come Dancing, starting with 22 out of 40 in her first week for a cha cha cha. She achieved her highest score of 35 during the Wembley special for a tango set to 'Relax' by Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Her One Show co-host Matt Baker finished in second place during last year's series.
Jason Donovan, Chelsee Healey and Harry Judd will compete for the Strictly Come Dancing glitterball trophy in the show's grand final.
It will air from Blackpool's Tower Ballroom this Saturday (December 17) at 7pm and 9.05pm on BBC One.
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Watch a clip from Alex Jones and James Jordan's Strictly Come Dancing tango below: