In the final minutes of Tuesday night's "Dancing With the Stars" elimination show, it was George Clooney's ex-girlfriend who was given the boot.

Elisabetta Canalis and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, were eliminated after landing in the bottom three alongside David Arquette and Kym Johnson and Chaz Bono and Lacey Schwimmer.

The Italian actress and host seemed a bit jarred when it was revealed she was the contestant leaving in week two, considering that she and her partner had impressed the judges with a big improvement from last week.

"I'm not going to say much. I'm just going to say this: It's not great, but it was better than last week," head judge Len Goodman said before scoring her Monday. Tonioli disagreed, saying, "The gears were grinding, the engines were hot. The pistols were pumping. Keep working."

Canalis ultimately scored 21 out of 30, which placed her right in the middle of the pack and above Hope Solo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Arquette and Johnson, Carson Kressley and Anna Trebunskaya and Bono and Schwimmer.

Canalis, who looked to be holding back tears, expressed how much she enjoyed her short time on the show: "I want to thank everybody, because they made me come here! Thanks to the public and everybody who voted for us. It was a great experience."

Chmerkovskiy, a newcomer who also is Maksim's younger brother, said he was very proud of his celeb partner. "I wish I did better for you. But I'm very lucky to be here," he said.

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