There were plenty of shocks on last week's Strictly, none more so when ex-Corrie actress Catherine Tyldesley was voted off after finding herself in the dance-off leaving fans furious.
Catherine, 35, and her dance partner Johannes Radebe appeared on Strictly: It Takes Two last night (28.10.19) to discuss her shock elimination.
And after showing emotion during the Sunday results show, she shed a tear again as she watched her best bits.
But it wasn't just her best bits that made her emotional - when she was confronted with watching her dance from Saturday night, she said: "Oh don't!"
Afterwards, speaking with host Rylan Clark-Neal, Cath said: "I'm gutted. I kind of thought, hoped that we had a couple of weeks left. I struggled with the Cha Cha, it was evil!"
I feel like I've gone through a divorce and I've got Jojo!
But Cath broke down again when Rylan showed her a compilation of her best bits throughout the series.
The actress shed a tear, with Rylan passing her a tissue to comfort her.
She then paid tribute to her dancing partner, Johannes.
"I feel like I've gone through a divorce and I've got Jojo!" she said.
"Friendship for life, it's absolutely phenomenal."
Viewers were gutted when Cath was voted off after their zombie cha-cha-cha on Saturday night.
Following the results show, which saw the judges save presenter Mike Bushell over Catherine, the actress shared a bittersweet post to Instagram.
She posted a picture of a teary Johannes kissing her hand as they shared an emotional moment backstage.
Catherine wrote: "My husband @tompitfield7 took this picture when we had a good cry afterwards. Tears of joy and appreciation for each other. I love this man so much.
"WHAT a journey!! Thank you all for your messages, your love and support. Thank you BBC for this opportunity.
"When I started my #Strictly journey my confidence was low. My belief in what I could achieve on the show was extremely low. The expectations on my humble body - beyond low."
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