BBC Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell has been supported by boyfriend Joe Sugg in a sweet post as she survived the dance-off on the programme this week. BBC pro dancer Dianne was supported by Joe after the devastating news she and Bobby Brazier were in the bottom two.

Joe posted pictures of him and Dianne cosying up in a lift and doing facemasks on a train, as well as behind the scenes snaps of the Strictly show at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, where Dianne was left in the bottom two alongside celebrity partner Bobby this Saturday.

He also added a screenshot from his health ring, which said he was stressed for 6 hours and 45 minutes that day. Joe wrote: "Well.. I have no finger nails left. (And 6+ hours of stress apparently) Thanks Blackpool. Very proud.. and relived." Dianne replied to the post, adding: "Bless you sat in the audience with your hands covering your face."

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Writing on Reddit, a fan gave a damning verdict of Strictly Come Dancing star's Bobby's dancing skills, typing: "Honestly I thought Bobby’s dance was pretty rubbish for Blackpool and 7 and 8s not 9s To add the judging from everyone but Craig has been terrible it’s just stuff like “you have great energy” or small things like that they haven’t said anything to help them improve to be honest.

"They are being too nice for this far into that competition." Addition added: "Yes! He did not deserve the same score as Annabel! Even she didn't deserve it! He was overscored; she was underscored." But another asked: "i think i must have different eyes to everybody else because i thought his dance was great?? people always hate on him for WHAT he didn’t do anything wrong."

"I thought it wasn’t bad, but he opened the show in Blackpool which is much bigger and a different floor. Plus the extra dancers, I can imagine there were a lot of nerves more to think about than a usual Strictly Saturday," said another. "In all honesty I don’t think the standard tonight was as good as it has been. c

"Think the change of venue there everyone off."