Karamo Brown revealed on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen how he really feels about Sean Spicer still being on “Dancing With The Stars.” Brown was the fourth person to be eliminated from ABC's physically taxing competition, which put the former White House Press Secretary in front of him, as Spicer still remains on the show.

“He can’t dance!” Brown said during the interview. Spicer’s appearance on the show has been widely controversial and cause for lots of online conversations. Fans of the show are concerned that Spicer’s inclusion could turn the show into a mockery. Spicer also famously didn't get a stamp of approval from host Tom Bergeron.

Regardless, the "Queer Eye" cast member said he had a lot of fun on the program but did clearly express some distaste for the position he was in. "I was robbed, I should have still been there."

Many fans of the show also agree, citing Spicer’s frequently low scores and bad performances. However, that clearly is not the case for every viewer. The audiences who vote for the contestants are apparently having a good time watching him.

Brown went on to say: "But it's also fan votes, and, you know, middle America watches the show and they vote for him," he added. "And also our President, who should be doing other stuff, has been tweeting [to] vote for the man."

Brown previously faced criticism of his own after initially defending Spicer and saying that he was looking forward to sitting down and having a conversation with him. According to BuzzFeed News, Brown claimed that Spicer was “a good guy.” The drama that followed caused him to delete his Twitter account and avoid social media as much as he could.

Kate Flannery is the most recent contestant to get sent home, despite having significantly higher scores than Spicer. “DWTS” judge Carrie Ann Inaba also pointed out that there are a lot of very talented and hard-working people being sent home.

"It's disappointing to see people go home like this week after week, and Sean is staying in, but it's always been a partnership between the judges and the people. That is what 'Dancing with the Stars' is. I can't get too mad, but yeah, I'm a little frustrated," Inaba told Entertainment Tonight. "I'm a lot frustrated."

"Dancing With the Stars" airs Mondays on ABC.

Karamo Brown is competing on Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars.” ABC/Justin Stephens