'DWTS' Drama: Mad Maks Not Sorry, Chaz Fires Back

"Dancing with the Stars" pro Maks Chmerkovskiy isn't really backing down from his heated exchange with judge Len Goodman.

On Tuesday's results show, the hot-blooded dancer backtracked on his statement about having "made the show," telling host Brooke Burke Charvet, "It's not my show. I'm part of a very large cast. And I'm proud to be with them."

But on "Good Morning America" Wednesday, Maks told host Robin Roberts he has no regrets for telling Goodman to get out of business. "I definitely have nothing to apologize for to Len, and certainly not Carrie Ann. She can make all the faces all she wants. I love the show, I love the fans and that's the whole idea of it."

Watch the interview!

Chaz Bono, who was booted off the show last night, also had a bone to pick with judge Bruno Tonioli for some of his insensitive comments during Chaz's time on the show.

Bono voiced his anger in his confessional with partner Lacey Schwimmer. "Bruno f**king makes comments about me being cute and cuddly, like I'm such a fat troll." Backstage with "Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani, Chaz said, "It got to be old."

Chaz told Mario Lopez at The Grove, "If you're an overweight woman in this competition losing weight? They love you. If you're an overweight guy trying to do this competition getting in shape -- they call you 'penguin.' Calling me names doesn't really help me the next time out."

Bono's mother, Cher, was also sending angry tweets after her son's elimination, writing, "I have got 2hold my temper!"

A few of the "DWTS" dancing duos were spotted heading into the rehearsal studio after Tuesday's show, including David Arquette and J.R. Martinez. Take a look!

The battle for the "Dancing with the Stars" mirrored ball continues Monday on ABC!