Danny John-Jules failed to seem on Strictly Come Dancing’s spin-off present as deliberate on Monday evening.
The Pink Dwarf actor and his associate Amy Dowden had been eradicated from Strictly on Sunday, days after the pair reportedly had a row throughout coaching.
The eradicated couple often seem on BBC2’s It Takes Two for an exit interview, however Dowden appeared alone.
The present’s host, Zoe Ball, mentioned she was “disillusioned” that John-Jules had “determined to not be part of us tonight”.
John-Jules was up in opposition to retired cricketer Graeme Swann and his associate, Oti Mabuse, within the dance-off, however solely one of many 4 judges selected to save lots of him.
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Showing on It Takes Two, Dowden mentioned her expertise on the present was one thing she would “always remember”.
She added: “I am so pleased with Danny. He’s such a proficient performer. Danny, you belong there and I hope to see you on the stage performing very quickly.”
Earlier within the day, John-Jules had tweeted a message to Dowden, saying: “I ought to have expressed my gratitude extra typically. You really impressed me.
“I thanks from the underside of my coronary heart for the data I’ve taken away with me.”
This weekend’s efficiency got here after press experiences claiming John-Jules had acted like a bully in coaching.
However Dowden mentioned on Friday: “Issues did get a bit bit intense the opposite day in rehearsals.
“However are you aware what, we took a half an hour break after which obtained straight to it. I’ve by no means felt bullied or threatened by Danny.”