Ann Widdecombe insists she isn’t too blame for Mistry’s Strictly Exit
Ann Widdecombe has insisted she is not too blame for Jimi Mistry’s exit from Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend.
Ann Widdecombe has insisted she is not too blame for Jimi Mistry’s exit from Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend. The actor was, in something of a surprise, booted off the competition after ending up in the bottom two with Michelle Williams. Mistry and dancing partner Flavia Cacace received their highest scores from the judges for the Quickstep but despite the praise from the judges the two exited the competition – and now Ann Widdecombe insists she is not too blame.
“I wasn’t the only one who beat Jimi, a lot of others did too. It wasn’t my fault he was voted off. It was a public decision. I simply could not believe it when I heard he was in the bottom two. I thought he was untouchable.” – Ann Widdecombe quoted in The Sun
Widdecombe’s words come after some fans took to the Internet to protest at Mistry’s exit from Strictly Come Dancing. While Widdecombe’s dance routines with Anton Du Beke continues to entertain millions of viewers – and the tabloids – there is a vocal minority of viewers who feel the former MP should be voted out of the competition.