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Williams: I truly am what 'Dancing' fans were looking for

"Dancing With the Stars" fans didn't save Wendy Williams Tuesday night, but the self-proclaimed “Queen of All Media” insists she was just what they wanted.“I don’t know about the other stars, past, present or in the future, but I know for me, I truly am what they’re looking for,” Williams explained during a post-elimination interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” “When you think of wa

"Dancing With the Stars" fans didn't save Wendy Williams Tuesday night, but the self-proclaimed “Queen of All Media” insists she was just what they wanted.

“I don’t know about the other stars, past, present or in the future, but I know for me, I truly am what they’re looking for,” Williams explained during a post-elimination interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” “When you think of watching ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ you want to watch a celebrity who has never danced. I don’t do the Running Man — I don’t know how to do that. … I’ve never been one to cut a rug.”

While William’s ballroom partner, Tony Dovolani, didn’t address whether or not his celebrity charge really was what dancing fans were looking for, he did agree with one point — she’s no dancer. When Kimmel asked him to confirm that Williams had no moves, the pro, who was also tasked with teaching season 10 non-dancer Kate Gosselin,  laughed and said, “I absolutely agree on that one.”

Watch this clip for a reminder of the routine that sent Williams on her way:

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