He talked about his album and what state he was in while working on it.
Sam said, "I don’t know if I’m ever gonna be as personal again in music, because I really had to go to a weird place to get the music out. I just didn’t really like myself that much when I was making this record.
'Well, I mean, if she doesn't care, we don't care.' However, Bethenny, who claimed she thought she could win the contest, did manage to get some positive feedback for her performance, with Laurie Ann Gibson describing her as 'fearless and amazing.'And judge Dick Button even described her as the 'Bristol Palin' of the ice.
But her routine, to 'Superstition' gave her a 38 out of 60 points which left her at the bottom of the leader board at the end of the night.
Not to mention, the actor also shared a photo with Sam in his "favorite things from 2017" roundup on Instagram.
'The journey has been fruitful and very fulfilling,' he told Vernon Kay. I'm feeling very disappointed.' Despite being taken to hospital last week with a stomach virus, Brandon attempted to practice on the ice this week but felt 'weak and dizzy.' 'While Brandon is less than thrilled by the news, he does not want to put his partner, himself, or the show at any risk,' his representative told E! Meanwhile, despite there being no elimination this week, tension was clearly in the air with Real Housewives star Bethenny Frankel upsetting judge Johnny Weir.
However, he said he wanted 'more passion' and 'guts' from her performance on next week's final.
Olympian Jonny Moseley and partner Brooke Castille scored highest with 54 points to Rebecca's 53, impressing all the judges.
After she and partner Ethan Burgess performed an energetic routine for the show's 'Thrill Week', the judge made reference to the reality star's comment that she didn't care what the judges said about her performances.
'I don't really care to watch you perform any more,' he said, adding.
'You take this competition seriously,' Laurie Ann told him.