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'Dancing with the Stars': Eliminated Gladys Knight Overjoyed at the Experience

April 25, 2012 (2:41 am) GMT
The Empress of Soul is sent home based on the result of the judges' votes after facing off Roshon Fegan in a dance duel on Tuesday, April 24 night.

has become the latest contestant who got axed from "" season 14. The soul music singer landed on the bottom two along with Roshon Fegan, leaving them to face against each other in a dance duel on Tuesday, April 24 night.

After the two danced a jive to 's "Don't Stop Me Now", the judges are divided 2-1 for Roshon's favor. Carrie Ann Inaba wanted to save Gladys, but Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli rooted for the Disney star.

"I am just amazed at this journey," Gladys said while standing next to her pro dancer partner Tristan MacManus after the final result was announced. "It's been absolutely extraordinary, I learned so many things, found so many friends and family and I'm just overjoyed." She additionally wished the other contestants "the best."

Earlier on the results show, Roshon declared his determination to stay on the competition. "I came too far in this competition to leave now," he said during a rehearsal. "It's do or die, baby." He will return next week along with , Jaleel White, , , Donald Driver and .

Also that night, sang "Wild Horses" as young ballet dancer Michaela DePrince danced to the song. , meanwhile, catered the audience with their rendition of "One More Dance".

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