It's time for the Bachelor to hang up his dancing shoes. 

In Tuesday's dreaded double elimination, fan-favorite Chris Soules was ousted from the competition, along with Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec . But it looks like the dancing will continue for the former Bachelor as his fiancée Whitney Bischoff may be looking to follow his lead before their highly anticipated wedding.

"I think she's probably going to start taking lessons," Chris revealed to E! News' Maria Menounos after Monday night's show. "I think she's gotten inspired by watching me. I'd love to teach her, but I don't think I'm capable of teaching at this point!"

His DWTS partner Witney Carson hilariously agreed with him, before saying she would do the honors as their wedding gift. Awww!  But if Chris did want to compensate her for her services, Witney joked, "He'd just trade me in corn and soybeans!"

And Maria had an amazing pitch for their wedding, which you can hear in the video above, but Chris didn't have a chance to run it by Whitney, who he chatted with on the phone after Monday's show. 

Still, after his elimination, Chris is ready to focus on "real-life stuff," like his wedding. "Now we can start to focus on that. I'll let you know how it goes!"

Aside from Whitney, there's another major passion in Chris' life that he's ready to get back to: farming! "We're planting corn at home right now and that's been on my mind. I've been missing it to a certain extent," Chris said, adding that his elimination was almost "a blessing in disguise."

But Chris will miss Dancing With the Stars and the challenges it provided. "It's tough. I'm here doing something that's extraordinary and really enjoying it," he said. "No matter how hard it's been, it's been really enjoyable and so rewarding."

To hear more from Chris and Witney from both Monday and Tuesday night, press play on our interviews with the DWTS duo above now!

DWTS airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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