Terra Jolé
Some of Terra Jolé’s “Little Women: L.A.” co-stars bash her decision to appear in Season 23 of “Dancing With the Stars” in an episode sneak peek. Photographed above: The reality star at the “DWTS” finale in Los Angeles on Nov. 22, 2016. Getty Images

Terra Jolé stunned on Season 23 of “Dancing With the Stars.” While she had the support of her husband and close friends, not all her “Little Women LA” co-stars were behind the idea.

In a sneak peek clip from Tuesday’s episode of the Lifetime show, Terra’s shocked she won’t be godmother to Elena Gant’s children. “Little Women: LA” star Tonya Banks explains how “DWTS” factored into that decision. She shares with Terra that Elena felt the show tore her away from her duties as a friend, wife and mother.

“You have to understand why she didn’t want to support you being on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ 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,” Toya says (via ET Online). “And she [thinks] that's not the type of godparents she wants for her children.”

Elena may not support Terra’s decision to compete on “DWTS,” but the “Little Women: LA” star stands by it. Through tears she says she’s certain her co-stars would have done the same. Terra refuses to back down or apologize for doing the ABC competition series.

“I’m proud of what I did,” the reality star says. “And I wouldn’t have done it any other way.”

Elena isn’t the only “Little Women: LA” star who’s not happy about Terra’s “DWTS” stint. In an earlier clip obtained by Radar Online, Briana Renée revealed she wanted to be on the show. She denied being jealous when asked by Elena, but admitted she would’ve been happy to compete.

“I’d love to be there if there was ever the opportunity,” she said.

While she was’nt jealous, Briana wasn’t happy she wasn’t invited to cheer Terra on. In a one-on-one with the “Little Women” cameras, she said she assumed the mother of two would invite her. Terra brought along her husband and other co-stars instead.

“I’m not upset with Terra for being on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’” she said. “I just thought we were good enough friends that she would at least invite me so I can go see her perform.”

Terra appeared on “DWTS” three weeks after giving birth to her son. She got permission from her doctor to compete, though most people wait six weeks after a cesarean section to return to exercise. Terra later revealed that she suffered three hernias and a split diastasis during her time on the show.

Tune in to “Little Women: LA” for all the drama. The show airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime.