Seann Walsh was reportedly so fuming with his Strictly elimination on Sunday that he uttered ‘b*****ks’ in front of the studio audience.
The comedian is said to have stormed off the BBC One set after judges Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli unanimously opted to save Graeme Swann and send Seann home.
Afterwards, Craig was also overheard saying ‘good riddance to the terrible two’ in the greenroom, after Seann laughed off his controversial kiss with married dance partner Katya Jones three weeks ago.
A source told The Sun: ‘To say Seann was upset was an understatement. As soon as filming finished he walked off and swore.’
The source then alleged that Seann had been ‘incredibly unpopular’ with the dancers and his fellow celebrity competitors.
Not only that but the publication claims panelist Craig told friends after the show: ‘The terrible two are out, good riddance’.
On Saturday, Craig ripped into the pair over their intimate Viennese Waltz to I Put A Spell On You dressed as Beetlejuice for Halloween Week.
‘There was timing issues for me all the way through,’ Craig brutally critiqued.
‘I feel like you weren’t hearing the music. Not your one I’m afraid, It was also very, very skippy.’
Seann subsequently sank to the bottom of the leader board with just 20 points putting him in prime position for the chop.
He was then sent home in Sunday’s results show after being saved for two weeks running in the bottom two.
Viewers were just as disappointed in Seann when he appeared to make a joke about his kiss with Katya, which end his relationship with girlfriend Rebecca Humphries.
In a chat with Tess Daly, he called the show the ‘best experience of his life’ – barring the ‘last few weeks’.
‘When you watch it and hear people at the end say this has been the best experience in my life I don’t think you don’t really believe but this has been without a doubt the best experience of my life, probably bar the last few weeks,’ he joked.
‘But generally speaking from the beginning it really was. I can’t believe it, it’s been amazing.’