"Dancing with the Stars": Who was sent home?

Tom Bergeron, Wynonna Judd and Tony Dovolani on "Dancing with the Stars."

Wynonna Judd may not be singing her last song, but she definitely danced her last dance.

On Tuesday, the veteran country vocalist was sent home in the latest "Dancing with the Stars" elimination round. The news came after Judd gave it her all, dancing to Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me" during Monday's prom-themed show, where Kellie Pickler wowed the judges with her routine. Judd said that her stint on "DWTS" was "the hardest job I've ever loved." She thanked her champion partner Tony Dovolani and all her fans for their support.

After the elimination, Judd took to Twitter, writing: "Tonight was really hard. I am so sorry I let @TonyDovolani down & to all my fans who voted, thank you."

Judd and Dovolani were joined in the bottom two by comedian Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess. Reality star Lisa Vanderpump and Gleb Savchenko, who were at the bottom last week, were "in jeopardy" this time around, but managed survive.

Vanderpump, who has said "DWTS" has left her with lots of bruises, told CBSNews.com that everything about the show is challenging: "The physicality of it. The time constraints. Walking out in front of millions of people...It's been a lot of fun as well. I don't regret it for a second...Often the things that are the most challenging are things worth doing."

Also on this week's show? Huey Lewis, who performed his '80s hit "The Heart of Rock N Roll."

Last week, injured figure skater Dorothy Hamill withdrew from the competition on the advice of her spinal surgeon.

"Dancing with the Stars" returns Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Tell us: Did the right dancing pair go home?