While her performances did get noticeably better, it wasn't enough to stay in the game. But Kendra feels she leaves on a high note: "We ended on my best ballroom dance ever. So, I mean, I felt amazing. I felt great. I felt pretty. I felt, you know, I did the best I could and--but it's the way it goes." Kendra's partner Louis van Amstel believes she takes away something besides just knowing how to dance. "We accomplished exactly what we wanted to do and that's not just create dances, but it's really opportunity to feel good about who you are within."
Kendra's husband, former Philadelphia Eagle Hank Bakett, saw all the hard work over the past several weeks. Once it was all over, he praised Kendra's hard work: "No matter how long her day was, she still came home and wanted to play with little Hank and be around me and that's what I'm most proud of. She is a true mom."
With Kendra sitting down, 5 stars and their partners remain.