Not since the 1987 thriller Fatal Attraction has a bunny been so mistreated.
Playboy stunner Kendra Wilkinson was voted off Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday's results show, as her tango and group dance on Monday left her with a mediocre 61 out of 80 possible points. (In all fairness though, Kendra actually got a better score than Kirstie Alley and Romeo, who didn't get the boot!)
"I've lasted seven weeks, seven weeks longer than I ever thought I would last," Wilkinson, who was paired with dance pro Louis Van Amstel, said after her elimination.
She then gave a shout-out to her young son (with her NFL hubby Hank Baskett): "Baby Hank, I'm coming home for you: I'm not the best dancer, but I am the best mom!"
She later tweeted: “First off thank u guys so much for the support! Its bittersweet but I am so happy to get home to my family but I'll miss my DWTS family too.”
Also on Tuesday’s results show, Wayne Brady did a tribute to the late James Brown on what would have been the musical icon's 78th birthday. English hunk James Blunt sang I'll Be Your Man and R&B breakout Nicki Minaj performed Moment 4 Life.
Still in the competition are: Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward, actress Kirstie Alley, Disney star Chelsea Kane, The Karate Kid star Ralph Macchio and singer Romeo.
They will perform two dances each when Dancing with the Stars airs on ABC Monday at 8/7c.
Kendra said in her post-elimination appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, that she told her hubby she didn't want him to pray for her success on the show as he does before his football games.
"I just wanted to go in it normal, level-headed,” Kendra said. “I just told Hank to be normal."
"In retrospect, maybe he should have prayed!" Kimmel cracked.