The talk show host and radio DJ was sent home after landing in the bottom two alongside Chris Jericho during tonight's live results show.
She had scored a total of 15 out of a possible 30 points for her foxtrot to Indeep's 'Last Night A DJ Saved My Life' with partner Tony Dovolani and once again drew criticism from the judges for her lack of "fluidity" and movement.
Williams was disappointed with her exit but ultimately understanding, explaining to host Brooke Burke: "I'm probably the busiest person in terms of flying back and forth and in addition to that I have a marriage, a child and a litany of other things to hold together.
"This has been a wonderful opportunity for me and I want to thank the judges and Tony for teaching me how to dance. Despite stereotypes, this is one black girl who can't even move around. I got a chance to do this in front of millions of people. With that said, I will do the rest of the talking tomorrow on The Wendy Williams Show."
Before the results were revealed, judge Len Goodman expressed his excitement in how the competition is shaping up thus far, saying: "I've gotta tell you, last night was fantastic! There were thrills, there were spills, tension and drama. The leaderboard got shook up a bit... Some of the dancing was fantastic."
Tonight's episode featured two performances by OneRepublic with their new single 'Good Life' as well as the smash hit 'All The Right Moves'. Selena Gomez and The Scene also took the stage with their Top 10 song 'Who Says'.
Dancing With The Stars continues next Monday on ABC.
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