Dancing with the Stars eliminee Jamie Lynn Spears has dished about how she's feeling after her early elimination from the Season 32 competition.

Jamie and her professional partner Alan Bersten were eliminated from Dancing with the Stars' 32nd season during Tuesday night's "Latin Night" episode.

Out of the 13 competing couples, Jamie Lynn and Alan had received the fewest number of viewer votes throughout the live episode, which ultimately sealed their fate in the ABC reality dancing competition.

Following Jamie Lynn's Dancing with the Stars exit, she took to Instagram and opened up about her short-lived time in the ballroom.

"Alan, you're the absolute best friend and partner that anyone could ever ask for," Jamie Lynn wrote on Wednesday, October 4 alongside photos from her experience on the show.

"I got to raise some money for my #SAGAFTRA community and meet some of the most amazing ppl, and That's a win by all accounts in what I set out to do. Softball moms are hot."

Jamie Lynn -- who had announced prior to Dancing with the Stars' premiere that she'd be donating her weekly salary from the competition to the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists amid the strikes in Hollywood -- was ousted during Week 2 of Dancing with the Stars after receiving a score of 16 out of 30 judges' points for her cha cha.

The singer and actress continued in her post, "Yalllllll, I promise I hear and see all the many wonderfully passionate ppl who are not happy with the way things fell tonight, and I appreciate the tremendous amount love and support, but this was an amazing experience."

Jamie concluded, "And I'm very happy to have been apart of it, and soooo excited to see all the fabulous contestants and their partners continue to KILL it each week!!!!!"

Jamie Lynn and Alan's early elimination from Dancing with the Stars was surprising given they had placed ninth on the leaderboard out of 13 couples.

Adrian Peterson, Harry Jowsey, Barry Williams, and Mauricio Umansky all received lower judges' scores than Jamie Lynn and Alan during Tuesday night's performance show.

Even Dancing with the Stars judges Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli appeared taken aback by the night's voting results.

"Honestly, it's quite surprising," Derek admitted of Jamie Lynn's Week 2 departure.
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"Jamie Lynn, you were fantastic, truly. You should be really, really proud of what you did here. It's just wow! It's a shocker, honestly. Congratulations to everybody else, but Jamie Lynn, we're going to miss you."

During Dancing with the Stars' premiere episode on September 26, Jamie and Alan had tied for ninth place on the judges' leaderboard with Mauricio and his pro partner Emma Slater.

On Thursday, October 5, Jamie Lynn opened up via Instagram Stories about what her time rehearsing and performing with Alan -- whom The Bachelorette alum Kaitlyn Bristowe recently dubbed "a d-ck" and "a nightmare" -- meant to her.

"Like most people, I battle with a lot self doubt, self hate and insecurities, & if I just dial myself down and become a lesser version of myself, then I could safely be unnoticed & people wouldn't see me & all the things I hate about myself if they don't notice me in the first place," Jamie wrote.

"Alan, immediately saw this and started by saying, 'Hold your head up, shoulders down, be proud, you're special' & compliments make me uncomfortable bc I don't believe them. Alan never stopped giving me compliments, even when I am sure he wanted to scream lol."

Jamie Lynn said Alan was "genuine" in wanting her to "fully commit" to the process and "believe" that what he was saying was true.

"[Alan wanted me to] fully let go and reach my full potential on the dance floor, but most importantly in life," the former Dancing with the Stars competitor shared.

"I was slowly but surely getting there every time we danced. I will miss that the most. After our last dance, he said, 'I don't care about a missed step, you started to have fun and let go and that's a much bigger and more important step, I'm so proud of you.'"

Jamie Lynn gushed about how the world needs more people in it like the Dancing with the Stars pro, adding of Alan, "[He] deserves the mirror ball trophy in being the best partner and friend."

And Alan seems to agree. In response to Kaitlyn's slams, Alan told Us Weekly late last month that he takes "a lot of pride" in his work and trying to make his celebrity partners feel confident in their own skin.

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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.