STRICTLY Come Dancing's latest axed star Matt Goss sparked fear as he failed to appear on the It Takes Two sofa tonight.
The singer's pro-dancer Nadiya Bychkova was alone in the spin-off show's studio alongside host Rylan Clark.
Thankfully, there was a good reason Matt was missing – as he filmed for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Rylan told viewers: "Unfortunately Matt sadly can't be with us tonight because he's recording for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
"We do have the lovely Nadiya Bychkova in the studio and through the power of technology we will be able to link up Matt now."
Matt then appeared on the screen behind and opened up about his experience on the show.
One fan said: "I was worried Matt hadn’t come to #ItTakesTwo then, Zoom saves the day once again!"
Another said: "Is Matt under a desk too. Oh he has shown up #Strictly#ItTakesTwo."
The 54-year-old became the third celebrity to be voted off the Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday – after facing Kym Marsh in a shock dance-off.
Matt and Nadiya – who have already been in the dance-off before – performed their Jive to Paul McCartney's cover of Elvis classic, All Shook Up and faced the judges for the final vote.
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Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas and Anton Du Beke unanimously choosing to save Kym and Graziano.
As a result, the 80s legend was given his marching orders.
In an emotional goodbye, Matt told host Tess Daly: "It’s an extraordinary experience, I have been in America for 25 years. Thank you judges for your candour, you’ve helped me in many ways, my posture – Anton, I am more aware of it.
"This lovely lady beside me, a world champion with all the patience. I am very honoured to have danced with you."
He then turned to the remaining contestants and said: "I love you guys, go smash it guys."
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