Kendra Wilkinson apparently isn't too upset about leaving Dancing with the Stars.

"You know, I'm happy we got this far. I'm glad we ended now. I'm proud of where we came from, I'm proud of where we got to and how we got here -- I'm just proud. I'm very happy," Kendra and former The Girls Next Door star told Us Weekly after her Tuesday night elimination

During a separate interview with Good Morning America, Wilkinson also admitted she was one of -- if not the most -- provocative Dancing with the Stars contestants in the show's history.  

"This is a once in a lifetime thing. I really wanted to get out there and make a moment, and I made a couple of them. I was so happy. I was so happy it ended the way it did and not with such a sad thing," the reality TV star said during a Wednesday morning appearance on Good Morning America.

"You see how well she does the shaking on top of the judges' table. She didn't want to do it. Sunday morning, she said, 'Nah, let's do it on the regular stage, it's too high.' And I was like, 'You get your ass up there and just shake.' I mean, she's the shaker of the season," Louis van Amstel added, who joined Wilkinson in the Good Morning America interview.

While Wilkinson and her Dancing with the Stars partner agreed the five remaining couples in the competition are all great, they both revealed they will be cheering on actress and former Kirstie Alley's Big Life star Kirstie Alley and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

"[Tuesday] night, I was going to pick -- I was thinking about one person to pick -- I'd be like, 'Go so and so!' But I couldn't pick one person. I love them all and they all have such a chance to win this, but Kirstie and I, we really became close. I'm rooting for her," Wilkinson explained.

"I hope Kirstie takes it," van Amstel noted.