Charlotte Church's famous ex Gavin Henson narrowly escaped the boot
Patsy Kensit took to the floor for the last time during Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, after her tango failed to impress the judges and landed her in the bottom two.
Bruno Tonioli said her attempt 'lacked spunk', and sadly viewers must have agreed, as they didn't save her during the public vote.
Charlotte Church’s lucky ex Gavin Henson narrowly escaped the chop, after ending up in the bottom two with his outlandish dance to Outkast track Hey Ya.
Sharp tongued judge Craig Revel Horwood told the rugby star, 'I really think you are giving Ann Widdecombe a run for her money.’ Ouch.
When asked how she felt about leaving, axed Patsy revealed she had enjoyed stint on the show. 'You know what, I've had the most incredible time,' she told viewers.
'I have to thank all those who voted because it's been nine weeks, which was incredible. It's been the most beautiful experience.'
Ann Widdecombe was kept in by the public again, despite her hilarious rumba to Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On failing to impress the judges.
But Ex-EastEnder Kara Tointon was one of the judges’ favourites with Bruno Tonioli saying, 'Kara von Tease, the sexy jiving pin-up. I love the fact that you put sex appeal into it.'
Len added: 'It was a top drawer jive. It steamed up my glasses.'
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