Witney, who was eliminated with her celebrity partner Chris Kattan on Monday night's show, handicapped the remaining competition during a Tuesday morning appearance with the Saturday Night Live comedian on Good Morning America.
"You know, I'm actually really surprised by Rashad. I think he's going to do really well, and I'm really happy for Emma too because I think she deserves it," Witney said on GMA. "I think Simone will probably be there in the finals as well."
Ironically, Sasha and Emma are engaged and both happen to be paired with frontrunners this season.
"I think it will be fun to see them kind of compete against each other -- Emma and Sasha. It would be fun and very interesting," Witney noted of the couple who dated on and off from 2011 to 2015 before Sasha popped the question during a live Dancing with the Stars results show in early October 2016 after they performed a romantic routine together onstage.
Emma recently revealed that although she and her fiance initially considered a Fall 2017 wedding, they must push the plans back due to their hectic schedules and commitment to their Dancing with the Starspartners.
Witney's journey on Dancing with the Stars this season, however, came to an abrupt end in Week 2 of the competition.
"We worked hard, we did," Witney said of Chris.
"I was [brave]," Chris joked of his "hard" experience on the ABC reality dancing competition. "The process and majority of the show is getting ready for these dances. We spend like 46 hours every day rehearsing. My legs never had so much work. I have little cricket legs."
Chris competed on Dancing with the Stars having overcome difficulties regarding an injury in which he had broken his neck "a long time ago."
"My broken neck was awhile ago... It came up because obviously doing Dancing with the Stars -- they've asked twice before I did it this season -- and I wasn't ready because I did have to undergo some surgeries, and I was like, 'I'm not quite ready.' So when I was ready this time around, I wanted to do it," he explained.
Although Chris was physically capable of dancing this season, he confessed he absolutely wasn't the best dancer on the show.
"There's so many great dancers. Witney's unbelievable. And you can't compete with Simone who is a gold medalist," Chris noted.
Despite an early elimination, Chris is very "happy" and "content" with what he accomplished on the show.
"I had a blast. I mean, it was such an amazing experience... It was great to do it. I had a lot of fun... And Witney took a tremendous amount of time out to choreograph [the numbers]. It was a great experience. All of it was so much fun," Chris explained.
"Obviously he's like a comedy legend," Witney said. "I was a little bit embarrassed that I didn't know who he was, but all of those [SNL] skits I'm very familiar with now. And he really is just so funny. I really felt like that was our whole journey together -- he just made me laugh all the time."