Need a weight loss kickstarter? Just join the cast of Dancing With the Stars

At least according to Amber Rose, who recently revealed she's down double digits after just two weeks of performances on the ABC competition series. 

"I feel like I'm getting super toned," the 32-year-old mother dished on her Loveline With Amber Rose podcast on podcast Thursday. "I feel like I've lost probably 10 pounds, maybe 8 pounds already. It's serious." 

And if you're wondering just how serious Amber is about taking home the coveted mirror ball trophy, take her grueling training routine as proof. "People don't understand how much work goes into it," she said, adding, "You're with your partner four to five hours a day. Then you get home, you're on the phone with them, like, what you need to work on, what you need to do. Then you go to the ballroom and it's all the other celebrities and other dancers—it really is like a family."

Dancing With the Stars, Amber Rose


Amber's partnered up with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and at the end of Tuesday's episode she found herself in the bottom four alongside Jake T. Austin and Jenna Johnson,  Maureen McCormick and Artem Chigvintsev, and Ryan Lochte and Cheryl Burke

"I was in jeopardy last night," Rose expressed of narrowly escaping defeat. "I was one of four people that could have possibly went home. I literally started crying because I was filled with so much emotion." 

For now, the model says she's focused on the weeks ahead, sharing with listeners, "I'm having the time of my life, I love my partner." Chmerkovskiy's pregnant fiancé and DWTS champ Peta Murgatroydhas also been helping the duo fine tune their moves, an aspect Amber feels can get a tad uncomfortable at times. 

"It does become awkward when she's at the rehearsal and she's like, 'Listen, vagina and balls, they need to touch or you're not doing it right,'" Rose admitted. "I'm like, 'Uh, this is your fiancé! This is weird! But it's all for the greater good of dancing, I guess. That's how it is."

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays, 9 p.m. on ABC.

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