"After I got the result I 100 percent knew I was in the bottom two. I had a feeling I was going to be up against Travis so I straight away knew I was going home," she said.
"Everybody wants to see a footy player dance and get better, nobody wants to see me dance," she continued, "he's bloody Melbourne royalty, and he's so beautiful. If I was going home against anyone I'm glad it was him."
The reality star went on to admit it’s been a tough week for her mental health following her departure from the show.
"For [the judges] to be so ruthless about a dance that's supposed to be about expressing yourself," Angie said, "I looked back and I was like I tried, hey, and if it wasn't good enough, it wasn't good enough.
"I think doing this song, listening to that again and dedicating it to [Nanny Fae], that alone set me back to a time when I left Sydney,” referencing when she moved back to the Gold Coast following her grandmother’s death in 2018.
"I was in a really bad headspace when I left Sydney then," Angie told 10 daily. "I didn't have a home, I didn't have work, my best friend had died."
Dancing for her 'most memorable year', Angie said it resurfaced a lot of the mental health struggles she faced.
"My mental health has been really bad, my physical health has been dreadful because I just haven't stopped.
"Even though I would have loved to stay, I think it was a sign from the universe saying 'you just need a break'."