K'Lee has become the sixth contestant to depart Dancing with the Stars.
The singer and radio host danced the jive but the judges weren't impressed.
"We had a little bit of a problem in the beginning, it took you a little bit to warm up," said Julz Tocker.
Rachel White agreed the dance could have been better saying better footwork would take the dance "from good to spectacular".
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"I would have liked to see more feet that were turned out. I'm left thinking of how fabulous you could be if the groundwork was better."
Sadly, Rachel won't get a chance to see how fabulous K'Lee could be with better footwork.
The judges unanimously agreed they would save Laura over K'Lee - sending her home.
"When I first came on the show I thought I was dancing for charity but this has actually done so much for me," said K'Lee after her elimination.
"I don't know if you guys know but I had a baby seven months ago, well cut in half, and I'm gutted we didn't get move of the week."
"Do you know how hard it is to do a backflip with a C-section?" she asked through laughter.
K'Lee thanked her partner, children and the judges as well as her charity The Revolution Tour which helps empower young people and teaches them about resilience and life strategies.
She finished up by thanking her dance partner.
"I'm good, I'm happy, I've enjoyed my time here and I've enjoyed learning from this amazing man here, Scott Cole."