Fans were shocked when she became the fifth participant to start from Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday evening.
And Catherine Tyldesley was overwhelmed by emotion when she struggled to play her last dance with her professional partner Johannes Radebe again during the monthly edition of It Takes Two.
During an interview with host Rylan Clark-Neal, the former Coronation Street star, 36, admitted she & # 39; stripped & # 39; was about her departure and even admitted that her painful removal felt like a & # 39; divorce & # 39 ;.
Emotional: Catherine Tyldesley cried when she tried to play her last strict dance again with her professional partner Johannes Radebe during the monthly edition of It Takes Two
The actress and the South African dancer, 32, performed their Cha Cha at the end of the Halloween Week of the show after scraping the bottom of the scoreboard with a score of 24 out of a possible 40.
While the sister show began to show a clip of their doomed performance, the Scarborough star exclaimed sharply: & # 39; Let's not … no! & # 39;
Thinking about her short period, the media personality said: & I am exhausted. I thought a bit, hoping we had a few weeks left. I struggled with the Cha Cha, it was bad! & # 39;
Painful: during an interview with host Rylan Clark-Neal, the former Corrie star, 36, known her elimination felt like a & # 39; divorce & # 39; (shown on the show at the weekend)
Overwhelmed: when the sister show began to air a clip of their doomed performance, the Scarborough star shouted sharply: & # 39; Let's not … no! & # 39;
Catherine – who, Alfie, three, shares with three-year-old husband, Tom Pitfield – later compared her ax to the collapse of a marriage: & I feel like I have gone through a divorce and I have Jojo! & # 39;
& # 39; Friendship for life, it is absolutely phenomenal & # 39 ;, the brunette beauty enthusiastic about choreographer Johannes.
The competition series was struck by fans claiming news anchor Mike Bushell – rescued from Catherine – avoided the chop when he worked for the BBC as a breakfast presenter.
Candid: reflecting on her short period, the media personality said: & I am exhausted. I thought a bit, hoping we had a few weeks left & # 39;
Bold: Catherine – who shares Alfie, three, with three-year-old husband, Tom Pitfield (pictured together in 2017) – later compared her ax to the collapse of a marriage
On Monday, host Mike, 53, and his wife Emily hit back on trolls on Twitter who slammed it BBC Breakfast presenter after he was rescued by Judge Shirley Ballas.
The TV star was told to take off & # 39; & # 39; by cruel viewers of the ballroom show, while others consider it & # 39; a solution & # 39; given that Mike is a BBC employee.
The barrage of abuse the father of the three brings, including tweets such as: & # 39; That strictly taken decision was the biggest solution ever, just because Mike is a BBC employee. & # 39;
Pals forever: & # 39; Friendship for life, it is absolutely phenomenal & # 39 ;, the brunette beauty enthusiastic about the choreographer
Another posted: & # 39; F ** k this # Strong result! if Shirley and Craig thought Mike was pounding over the floor, better than Catherine, they were misled! Shirley has hated Catherine from the start and had it in store for her. Shirley has to test her head! IT'S A FIX – Mike can get off and Katya too! & # 39;
Someone else was angry: & # 39; Was the judge told to keep the BBC personality inside? Catherine has been good every week, certainly better than Mike and had more potential. In my opinion a bad and unfair decision! & # 39;
& # 39; What a solution !! MIKE BUSHELL?! What a load of ***! You've ruined this year's competition for thousands of people, including me and my mother! & # 39;
Shock: the competition series has been hit by rumors that fans have avoided the alleged news anchor Mike Bushell the ax about Catherine because he works as a presenter for the BBC
Mike appeared defiantly at BBC Breakfast to defend himself, already during rehearsals for his next dance.
He said: & # 39; It's an entertainment program, we all do our best, you don't really compete with anyone else, you compete with yourself to try to get better and better every week, even if it's just a few of new ones to step.
& # 39; As a non-dancer, I can only put in the hours, do my best and get through it. You have to rise above the abuse on social media, that is one of the sad things on social media.
Fuss: fans went to Twitter to close the result of Sunday's show
& # 39; The only thing you can do is do your best, accept the jury's decision and continue. Johannes and Catherine are nice people, I didn't want to see them go, but someone has to go.
& # 39; It's just like football – you have to accept the referee's decision. (The jury members) are the best jury members in the world, they know what they are talking about. If they had sent me home, that would have been the best decision, I cannot get involved.
& # 39; I just have to concentrate on improving and if Katya is happy with what I do, I am happy. & # 39;
Furthermore: on Monday, host Mike, 53, and his wife Emily (pictured earlier this year) hit back on trolls on Twitter who threw the BBC breakfast host after he was rescued
Bite back: & # 39; Wow the abuse! Painful. We have more than come out, Catherine and Johannes have left, but Mike danced well and deserves his place, & # 39; tweet Emily
& # 39; All you can do is your best & # 39 ;: the presenter appeared on BBC Breakfast later in the day to defend himself and revealed that he is already at rehearsals for his next dance
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