Dancing With The Stars contestant, Kendra Wilkinson, confessed that she felt belittled and embarrassed when judge Carrie Ann Inaba said she was “afraid of elegance” after she danced the Viennese Waltz with her partner Louis van Amstell last week (see video HERE).
The 25 year-old former Playmate/reality star said she even contemplated the possibility of leaving the competition after that comment from someone who Kendra claims to admire. Kendra is a big drama queen!
“Another woman telling me about elegance eats away at my ego,” Kendra said. “I’m a huge Carrie Ann fan, and she’s [usually] so sweet, but that one comment – I felt belittled at that moment and embarrassed.”
“We have our own definition,” she told reporters. “Elegance is what [my husband] Hank [Baskett] sees, not what Carrie Ann sees. That’s what I care about.”
Blah. Big baby. Kendra cries every week. She cries because she can’t do a dance move, cries because she hates the song, cries because she can’t be soft and feminine and because of the damn smoke machine… YAWN!
Elegance: you either have it or you do! Just like some women don’t know how to be sexy. It can be learned and it doesn’t make you any less of a woman. Kendra seems to be taking this competition too seriously, though. Just have fun! Enjoy!
“This is great, and a time of my life I will look back on, but it’s not my life,” she said. “My life is my family memories. We just bought a new home. That right there means the world to me.”
“Why am I listening to people that I don’t care about?” Wilkinson continued. “I’m out here to have a good time – to be Kendra and dance and shake my butt – not to be a professional dancer.”
Kendra was named the winner of this season of Dancing With The Stars before the show even premiered, so that pressure is most probably preventing the Playmate to be the best dancer she can be.