The contestant that got voted off the show last week says eliminations are scarcely based on talent.
"It's disappointing because no one wants to not succeed at something. But I mean, obviously, dancing on television it's not all about dance," Traille told reporters during a Friday conference call.
Our response? D'uh! Has Chelsea ever seen the popularity show known as American Idol?!?
"There's popularity involved and there is a cast involved and there is a flavor that they look for the overall cast that remains each week," Traille added. "And I was up against a lot of different talent and diversity. I don't feel like, even though a lot of us were contemporary, none of us had a similar style."
In the end, it's hard to blame Chelsea for being a tad bitter:
"It's unfortunate that I don't feel like America really got to see my personality, but I do know that they did get to feel me when I got to dance on that stage."
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