Lea Michele Talks Heather Morris' 'DWTS' Elimination and Reveals Her Least-Favorite 'Glee' Performance

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Rachel Berry is setting the record straight! Lea Michele visited Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Tuesday where she opened up about her former Glee co-star Heather Morris’ shocking elimination from Dancing With the Stars on Monday night.

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“First of all, that was ridiculous because the reality is that Heather already won Dancing With the Stars,” she said of the former Beyonce backup dancer. “I don't know if you watched Glee, but she’s, like, the best dancer in the entire world so she certainly should have won.”

Michele and Morris’ co-star Amber Riley won Season 17 of the hit ABC dance competition. But the Scream Queens star said that Morris will be just fine after her surprising elimination.

“We were all really sad, but I think she's incredible, she’s a mom of two, she’s gorgeous, and she's in her element back dancing,” Michele said. “So I think it was an incredible thing win or lose.”

Michele was also asked about her favorite and least favorite songs she ever performed on Glee after the show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, revealed he hated the performance of Psy’s “Gangnam Style” during a February WWHL appearance.

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“I think the worst was the 'What Does the Fox Say?' song, it was an Internet sensation song that we did with puppets, that was definitely my least favorite song we ever did,” Michele recalled. “And I think the best was probably ‘Somebody to Love’ or’ Don’t Stop Believin.’ But ‘Gangnam Style’ was also probably a low point.”

For more on Heather’s DWTS elimination, watch the clip below.

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