Rock of Love: Inna Dmitrenko Talks About Her Elimination
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Previously on Rock of Love 2, the girls had to perform a USO-style show for the veterans.  In the process of rehearsal, Inna Dmitrenko snapped when one of the choreographers made a few choice remarks concerning her dancing, which ultimately led to her elimination at the end of the episode.

Following her elimination, Inna Dmitrenko explains her demise on the Rock of Love and how she felt about Bret Michaels calling her his “Ukrainian love tank.”

When the girls were asked to perform for the vets, they were introduced to Shirley Claire and Joan Arlene, choreographers who've been performing for the USO for over 50 years.  While Shirley was adorable and seemed to be popular among the girls, Joan was described as fierce and vicious. According to Dimitrenko, she wasn't the only one who was bothered by Joan's brutal approach.

“I feel like that was blown out of proportion.  The show made it seem like I was the only one who was talking crap, but that woman is evil!  I sit there and took it for the longest time, but she's just brutal,” the Rock of Love contestant said.

“It got to the point where we were all frustrated and about to go on stage after having only one hour to practice and this woman is just putting us down and telling us how horrible we were and that she's disgusted.  I said, ‘You don't have to be mean.  You don't have to be rude about it.  We're not professional dancers.'  Every single girl was talking about Joan behind her back, and I'm the only one who stepped up,” she added.

Nevertheless, she doesn't seem to be bothered with Bret Michael's decision to send her home.  In fact, she also agrees with him that their connection had already deteriorated.

“I thought we were making a great connection, but towards the end, all the girls were throwing themselves at him, and I just don't compete with that kinda stuff.  I sort of think that Bret was two-faced, especially in this episode.  I liked him way better in the first season.  To my face, he never called me a love tank.  Every time we hung out, he seemed very interested.  But seeing the show, it's now a whole different story.  I'm a love tank?  What does that mean?  I'm a little disappointed,” the Rock of Love contestant revealed.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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