Loose Womens Denise Welch fumes over Strictly Come Dancings closest ever dance-off

Loose Women star Denise Welch has hit out at the Strictly Come Dancing judges after they sent Adam Thomas and his professional dance partner Luba Mushtuk home.

Adam and Luba were the latest duo to be eliminated after they faced a competitive dance-off against Angela Rippon.

Anton Du Beke called the dance-off one of the "closest" so far of the season, but despite this, all four judges still opted to save Angela and Kai Widdrington.

The decision to send home the Emmerdale actor didn't sit well with Denise, who was quick to take to Twitter to voice her opinion.

The 56-year-old ITV panelist didn't hold back as she posted on her Twitter page: "Adam should have won that dance-off!!! #StrictlyComeDancing."

Many fans agreed with Denise, with one commenting: "Sorry, but everyone could see Adam performed much better in the dance-off. This feels so wrong."

Another added: "I'm sorry, but Adam ate Angela up in the dance-off. He was so much better. Robbed!"

While a third agreed, saying: "Have to say on the dance-off, it's not what you know, it's who you know. I think, once again, this judgment was based on popularity."

Other shared similar opinions across the social media app, with one saying: "Crazy they saved Angela. She literally made stumbled a bit. Adam deserved to go through. They really so play favourites #StrictlyComeDancing #Strictly."

Another fumed: "Strictly is a fix. Angela needs to go. Constantly overmarked and glorified. Adam clearly won that dance off. #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing."

Waterloo Road star Adam was visibly emotional as he joined host Tess Daly to reflect on his time on the show.

The doting dad said that he had had an "incredible" time, revealing that he had joined to make his children proud.

"What a bunch to be on this journey with, I'm just very, very lucky," he said.

"I know my kids are at home now probably crying, it's okay – daddy's okay! I just wanted to teach my kids that it's not just about winning or losing, it's about taking part and doing your best. [To Luba] I just want to say thank you to this one, and I'm sorry, I wanted to get us to Blackpool!"

Luba also looked like she was holding back tears as she responded: "Don't be sorry, you are incredible, I had the best season."

She added: "Just to get to know you, your family and kids, it's been much more than just a dance show. You're the winner of my heart forever, and it's better than a trophy."

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