And how can she not?
Perennial Dancing with the Stars season 9 frontrunner and eventual runner-up Mya didn't mince words, and confessed that she did feel "disappointment" with the outcome of the ABC dancing competition.
"There's so much," the singer said, when asked by E! Online how she felt about the results. "There's disappointment, dedication, passion and commitment...I've learned multiple amounts of things. It's an experience that you'll never forget for the rest of your life and that you want to share with others."
Mya blazed through this season of Dancing with the Stars, scoring the first ten's and earning raves from the judges. She also made a near-flawless appearance in the final performance showdown, but eventually tying scores-wise with Donny Osmond and losing the popular vote.
For her part, Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba admitted that Donny's win (and Mya's loss) was "surprising" but nonetheless "good."
"We didn't know who was going to win right up until the moment that they announced it was Donny! I think we had Mya and Donny matched, but it was emotional, exciting."
Kelly Osbourne, this season's third placer, for her part she is just thankful for the experience. "[Before the show], I was the definition of being sick and tired of being sick and tired, and I needed a change. I threw myself in and what I got out of this is priceless."
In other news, the RNB singer is set to appear in an episode of NBC medical drama Mercy that will air on January 6. She will play the guitar-slinging, melodramatic daughter of a dying 80-year-old man who's under the care of Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg).