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Entertainment Dianne Buswell defends Shirley Ballas after Strictly judge receives death threats for controversial elimination

19:35  16 october  2019
19:35  16 october  2019 Source:   hellomagazine.com

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STRICTLY pro Dianne Buswell has begged her fans to stop sending head judge Shirley Ballas death threats after Dev Griffin's shock exit from the show "But sending vile abusive tweets & death threats to @ShirleyBallas is totally out of order. Imagine if it was a member of your family on the receiving

DIANNE BUSWELL and her Strictly Come Dancing 2019 celebrity partner, Dev Griffin, were voted out of the show at the weekend and now the professional One user told Dianne and her boyfriend Joe Sugg, who was her celebrity partner from last year, people were sending death threats and abusive

Getty © Getty Getty Dianne Buswell has jumped to the defence of Shirley Ballas, after the Strictly head judge fell victim to online abuse following her decision to boot Dianne off the show over the weekend. One fan tweeted the Aussie pro dancer and her boyfriend Joe Sugg, telling them: "Please sort your fans out @dbuzz6589 & @Joe_Sugg. I get why people are upset & I don't think it was @dev_101's time to go. But sending vile abusive tweets & death threats to @ShirleyBallas is totally out of order. Imagine if it was a member of your family on the receiving end."

Dianne, 30, was quick to respond and told her followers: "Guys this is terrible you cannot be bullying like this. It's awful and really upsets me to hear this. It's simply not ok and should never happen!"

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Strictly Come Dancing head judge Shirley Ballas responds to the controversy surrounding Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell 's surprising elimination this weekend. Strictly Come Dancing's Shirley Ballas defends Dev Griffin's controversial elimination . "It was unanimous."

STRICTLY Come Dancing's head judge Shirley Ballas has defended her decision to send Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell home during last night's shock elimination . The 59-year-old hit back at "shocked" viewers after the pair found themselves forced to compete in the dance off against Viscountess

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On Sunday, Shirley and her three fellow judges Motsi Mabuse, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood all opted to save Aljaz Skorjanec and Viscountess Emma Weymouth in the dance-off, leaving Dianne and her celebrity dance partner Dev Griffin to exit the show. The decision came as a massive shock to fans, with some even claiming that the phone line for Dev and Dianne was down when they tried to vote.

Dianne was so upset after the results show that she was unable to appear on the Strictly podcast, which is hosted by her boyfriend Joe and the show's producer Kim Winston. However, she did give an interview on spin-off show It Takes Two on Monday night. Looking visibly upset, Dianne said: "I was also in a lot of shock, I didn't think Dev would be in the bottom two for a while, if not at all. I thought he did a brilliant job on Saturday night and even better in the dance-off so I was so upset."

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The TV judge , 59, defended the decision to send home Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell from Strictly Come Dancing and emphasised the vote 'wasn't just my 'The level is super high this year': Strictly judge Shirley Ballas defends her 'heartbreaking' decision to send Dev Griffin home amid fix claims.

SHIRLEY BALLAS has hit back at “shocked” Strictly Come Dancing 2019 viewers after Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell were surprisingly eliminated from the competition during tonight’s Results Show. Shirley Ballas : ‘Don’t know why people are shocked’ Strictly judge hits back after results.

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She added: "I feel like I just promised Dev that we were going to be fine, then we weren't. Then we picked ourselves up and thought we would be safe if we just went out there. And we got great comments from the judges and just wanted Dev to be a bit more cheeky in the Cha, Cha, and I feel he did."

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