The good news? Maybe now she has more time to practice for High School Musical 3, as rumors have been swirling that she's replacing Vanessa Hudgens.
For now, though, fans of this reality competition are struggling to comprehend what happened on the results show last night. Sabrina is telling them it'll be okay, at least.
"I had such an amazing time with [partner Mark Ballas]. I cannot imagine any experience being able to remotely compare to this," Bryan said. "I'm not bitter. I've made some great friendships here and I've had the best time. This was an amazing opportunity for me and I feel so lucky to have gone this far."
Others weren't as upbeat.
"This is an outrage and an upset," Carrie Ann Inaba said, wiping tears away. "It's so disappointing and heartbreaking, not to mention complete shock. How do you explain Sabrina leaving? She's been at the top of the leader board from week one. Everyone assumed she'd be in the finale."
Maybe it was a lack of name recognition, although All My Children star Cameron Mathison joined Bryan in the bottom two.
In the end, we may never know what led to this tragedy. It's like trying to get inside the head of Lydia Hearst. How can we know what she sees in Cisco Adler?