‘Dancing With The Stars’ Judge Tells Carl’s Jr. Model She’ll Never Win A Nobel Prize. Well, Duh.

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Charlotte McKinney and her partner were sent packing on Monday night’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars” after they danced an unimpressive rumba, but it was the comments one judge made to the blonde model that sent fans into an outrage.

“You’re never going to win the Nobel prize for quantum physics, but you are easy on the eyes and you produce wonderful shapes,” judge Bruno Tonioli said. (RELATED: Charlotte McKinney Goes Au Naturel In Carl’s Jr. Commercial)

When his fellow judges gasped and the crowed booed him, Tonioli mouthed, “I’m sorry.”

Charlotte McKinney does the cha cha on Dancing with the Stars

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McKinney looked surprised, but didn’t respond until Tuesday morning when she appeared on “Good Morning America.”

“To be honest, I just really thought it was uncalled for,” she said. “Especially the week before, I’ve really been trying to be used as a platform for social media bullying and really just stop any negativity and just talk about being positive, and it just came out of nowhere.” (RELATED: Charlotte McKinney Just Invented Her Own Holiday)

Charlotte McKinney

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But did he have a point?

While McKinney, who some say is slated to be the next Kate Upton, probably has a successful future ahead of her, she is never going to win the million-dollar prize. She dropped out of high school and has said she instead aspires to be in the swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated. (RELATED: Charlotte McKinney Wants To Be In Sports Illustrated)

Charlotte McKinney

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That didn’t stop people watching from getting outraged.