First Contestant Leaves Strictly Come Dancing
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Gregg Wallace has become the first contestant to get his marching orders from this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
The MasterChef presenter - famed for his love of a good pud - found himself in the dance-off with partner Aliona Vilani, facing Mrs Brown's Boys star Jennifer Gibney.
The 49-year-old contestant was disappointed to leave, but said: "There are some amazing dancers in this competition so I'm not surprised. I had no ambitions of winning it."
And he admitted he had suffered nerves on the night.
"It was the most terrifying thing I've ever done," he said.
"What I liked most was practising because it wasn't so scary. If I come again can you all just watch me while I practice?"
Meanwhile Radio 1 presenter Scott Mills has hit back at a Twitter troll who targeted him with homophobic abuse following his performance.
The troll had called him a "shirt lifter" and said "I would rather die than be u".
But Mills re-tweeted the shameful comment, adding: "Thanks for all your tweets tonight. Never done this before but trying my best. Some people are so nasty. No need."