"I don't know," Val said during a Tuesday appearance on Good Morning America when asked how he felt about Abby serving as a guest judge.
"I don't really have any real emotion towards Abby. I don't really care in a positive way; I don't really care in a negative way. She's just there, you know, so is, like, the props in the back."
Abby was a tough critic during last night's show, as she nitpicked and gave the contestants very technical advice.
Val appeared on GMA with his eighteenth-season celebrity partner Danica McKellar, an actress and former The Wonder Years star. Danica and Val were ousted during Monday night's show, and Danica apparently wasn't very surprised.
"That's just the show. It's part of the show. You never know when you're going to get eliminated and you just have to live in the moment. It's a good life lesson actually," Danica explained.
"I think one of the things I learned in this competition is how to be kind of more cool. This has been the most challenging thing I've ever done."
Val did express, however, how it's unfortunate they're no longer competing on the show.
"There's always disappointment, but I think part of the saddness is the fact that it's over, you know, not necessarily that we didn't win. Whether we would've won or made it to the finale, the fact that now there's this huge void that you've been so passionate about for three months is gone. I think that's the hardest thing to deal with," Val explained.
Danica danced this week while still recovering from a broken rib. She was injured during a rehearsal last week, but she insisted she's doing much better now.
"They're sore but they're getting better. I'm doing all these different therapies for it -- laser therapy, electric therapy, bone stimulation therapy, homeopathic, Chinese herbs -- I'm throwing everything at it and it's working! Something in there is working," Danica said.
Danica and Val landed towards the bottom half of the leaderboard for the last two weeks.