Former politician Edwina Currie became the first celebrity to waltz off Strictly Come Dancing.
After getting a low score of 19 from the judging panel, the public vote saw off the 64-year-old.
She danced the foxtrot around a table and chairs, accompanied by professional dancer Vincent Simone, but failed to impress the judges.
The other couple in the bottom two were Audley Harrison and Natalie Lowe -- who got 23 points for their salsa to a rendition of Michael Jackson's Don't Stop Til You Get Enough.
After the performance, Len Goodman said: "Make the most of that meal, because it could be the last supper", with Bruno Tonioli comparing Edwina to a "bendy bus".
Currie, a former Tory MP, said that she had a "fabulous" time learning the dance moves and had lost about half a stone.
She said: " I feel sorry for Vincent, because he has worked very hard. He's been a terrific teacher, he really, really has. "Anything that we did wrong is entirely my fault.
Her dance partner Vincent added: "I just want to say I've had so much fun with you. Which I didn't expect because you were a politicianist. But yes, you've taken care of me -- so thank you for that."
A Strictly spokeswoman said that 8.7 million people tuned in to watch the two-hour show on Saturday night, which featured a performance from Will Young with his new single Come On.