Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse has hit back at trolls online who claimed she wasn’t happy with the result of Saturday’s final.
The spectacular show saw Rose Ayling-Ellis and John Whaite go head to head, with Rose and Giovanni Pernice lifting the Glitterball trophy.
Some viewers took to social media to claim that Motsi looked unimpressed after the verdict was revealed.
However, the judge has hit back and set the record straight – and she had no time for their ‘hate’.
She wrote on Twitter: ‘Even after such an emotional and fantastic final people still will find a way for hate! Imagine sitting in the living room and interpreting this?
‘It’s a shame! Thank you for all the love and support I received, they override this comment by the thousands.’
The 40-year-old judge was full of praise for Rose during the show, too.
She told Rose on Saturday: ‘This is a person who’s shown us we are capable of doing anything we set our mind to and that was your space too.’
Meanwhile, Dan Walker has shared a moving behind the scenes picture of Rose celebrating with her mum after Saturday’s final.
The actress beat John Whaite last night, as they performed three dances in a bid to be this year’s champions.
AJ and her professional partner Kai Widdrington were forced to withdraw from the competition on Friday due to the TV presenter suffering a torn ligament.
The wrap party was also cancelled for a second year over coronavirus fears, but the cast of 2021 still managed to enjoy their final appearance.
Strictly Come Dancing is available to watch on BBC iPlayer
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