Marie Osmond was down, but she's still a competitor on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."

The 48-year-old singer, who fainted during Monday's live broadcast, and her partner, Jonathan Roberts, will see another week on the top-rated dance competition after billionaire Mark Cuban and his partner were voted off Tuesday night.

The hit series, which pairs celebrities with professional dancers, puts its stars through rigorous dance routines. When asked whether she is OK to perform next week, Osmond replied: "Oh yeah. Bring it on."

Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, left the stage on a high note after his elimination.

"I've gained so many new friends," he said. "I've gained such an appreciation for the effort that everybody puts in — and, you know what? It's just been such an amazing, amazing experience. I wouldn't have traded it for the world."

Osmond, who said she was now feeling "just fine," thanked fans for "all the thousands of e-mails."

"Omigosh, I so love you all — but I do have one question though: What fell faster? My body or the scores? I'm not sure," she joked.

Osmond and her partner had just finished a samba and were listening to judges' comments when she fainted. Osmond explained on-air that "once in a while that happens to me when I get winded. I stop breathing."