Terra Jolé does not regret doing ABC's Dancing With the Stars, despite it affecting her personal life.
Jolé competed on the 23rd season of Dancing With the Stars this past fall and made it all the way to fifth place, but her participation wasn't all positive. The Little Women: LA star's friend Elena Gant apparently had reservations about making her the godmother of her children due to her competing in the show.
This is revealed in a sneak peek of tonight's episode of Little Women: LA:
"You have to understand why she didn't want to support you being on 'Dancing With the Stars,'" Jolé's friend Tonya Banks tells her, of Gant. "It was taking away from your life, it was taking away from your health, it was taking away from your kids, it was taking away from your husband."
Jolé is clearly shocked and upset to hear this, with Banks adding, "And she [thinks] that's not the type of godparents she wants for her children."
Jolé goes on to explain that any of her fellow castmates would have competed on Dancing With the Stars, but Banks and Briana Renee do not agree.
"I feel like you all would have done the same thing" Jolé says, through tears. "I feel like I can't get away from this guilt trip from everybody."
Either way, Jolé notes, "I'm proud of what I did. And I wouldn't have done it any other way."
Doctors were concerned about Jolé competing on Dancing With the Stars so soon after giving birth to her second child, which was delivered via C-section. The 36-year-old revealed on the Little Women: LA premiere in February that she was in pain during the competition and she had since discovered she had two hernias.
Little Women: LA airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.