Deborah Meaden 'very sad' about Strictly Come Dancing exit
Deborah Meaden is feeling "very sad" about her 'Strictly Come Dancing' exit and to add insult to injury one of her favourite trees was wiped out by stormy conditions last night (27.10.13)
Deborah Meaden is feeling "very sad" about her 'Strictly Come Dancing' exit.
The 'Dragons' Den' star was eliminated from the BBC One ballroom show last night (27.10.13) and admits she woke up this morning (28.10.13) feeling devastated after a stormy night wiped out one of her favourite trees to add insult to injury that she isn't heading to dance rehearsals today.
She wrote: "We lost the old Willow the horses stand under last night...feel sad...that and I don't dance today. First day out of @bbcstrictly #verysad
"Rainbow just appeared over our house...that.s better
"I found my pot of gold and it is called Dancing x (sic)"
Deborah also took to the social networking site to pay tribute to her "amazing" dancing partner Robin Windsor for helping her throughout the competition.
She added: "I can't thank @robinwindsor enough for what he has given me so if you feel like helping me please lt him know. One amazing and very good man (sic)"
The 54-year-old star was voted off the show after judges Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman opted to save 'Casualty' actor Patrick Robinson and his partner Anya Garnis after Deborah failed to impress with her Viennese Waltz.