Strictlys Dianne Buswell hits back at cruel troll who called her skin disgusting – Daily Mail

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‘You never know what others are going through’: Strictly’s Dianne Buswell hits back at cruel troll who called her skin ‘disgusting’ after posting make-up free selfie

Dianne Buswell has hit out at a cruel troll who called her skin ‘disgusting’ and said she had ‘rat like features’.

The professional dancer, 31, took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to share a DM she had received as she tried to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week.

Dianne, who was eliminated from Strictly alongside her partner Max George on Sunday, told her followers she could luckily ‘brush off’ the nasty comments, but added ‘you never know what others are going through’. 

Hurt: Dianne Buswell has hit out at a cruel troll who called her skin 'disgusting' and said she had 'rat like features'

Hurt: Dianne Buswell has hit out at a cruel troll who called her skin 'disgusting' and said she had 'rat like features'

Hurt: Dianne Buswell has hit out at a cruel troll who called her skin ‘disgusting’ and said she had ‘rat like features’

Dianne took to Instagram to share a make-up free snap of herself back home after having to separate from boyfriend Joe Sugg during her time in the competition due to coronavirus restrictions. 

But one troll DM’d her: ‘And by the way I’m sure he can find someone much better and with normal knees and feet not some alien s**t. And makeup does a good job because your skin is disgusting, seen in some blogs how anyone stays with you when they wake up deserves a trophy. 

‘And you family all have the same rat features in the face’. 

Cruel: The professional dancer, 31, took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to share a DM she had received as she tried to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week

Cruel: The professional dancer, 31, took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to share a DM she had received as she tried to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week

Cruel: The professional dancer, 31, took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to share a DM she had received as she tried to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week

Hitting back: Dianne said: 'I receive loads of msgs like this one daily. Lucky I can just brush it off but for some people that's not the case. Stop cyber bullying'

Hitting back: Dianne said: 'I receive loads of msgs like this one daily. Lucky I can just brush it off but for some people that's not the case. Stop cyber bullying'

Hitting back: Dianne said: ‘I receive loads of msgs like this one daily. Lucky I can just brush it off but for some people that’s not the case. Stop cyber bullying’

Dianne wrote atop of the message: ‘It’s Anti-Bullying Week! Think before you speak or type you never know what others are going through.

‘I receive loads of msgs like this one daily. Lucky I can just brush it off but for some people that’s not the case. Stop cyber bullying.’ (sic).  

Dianne and Wanted singer Max, 32, landed in the bottom two with Maisie, 20, with both Craig Revel Horwood and Anton Du Beke voting to keep the EastEnders star in the competition – while head judge Shirley would have voted for Max.  

Maisie and partner Gorka Marquez won against Max and Dianne, who were eliminated in the dance-off on Sunday evening’s show. Maisie earned 24 points out of 40 for her Cha Cha to Girls Just Want To Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper. 

Out of the competition: The dancer has returned home and has been able to reunite with beau Joe Sugg after she was eliminated from Strictly alongside her partner Max George on Sunday

Out of the competition: The dancer has returned home and has been able to reunite with beau Joe Sugg after she was eliminated from Strictly alongside her partner Max George on Sunday

Out of the competition: The dancer has returned home and has been able to reunite with beau Joe Sugg after she was eliminated from Strictly alongside her partner Max George on Sunday

While he was no doubt disappointed with the decision, Max gushed about Dianne’s ‘amazing’ work with him over the last few weeks. 

After Tess Daly asked him about his time on the show, he said: ‘I’ve loved it. It’s all down to Dianne, she’s been literally amazing.

‘For me to get through 90 seconds of a dance for four weeks now is a credit to her, she’s just unbelievable. I’ve got to say, all these guys over here are the nicest group of people ever. I love you all!’

Dianne also shared praise about Max, as she said he did ‘an absolutely amazing job’.  

She gushed about the star: ‘He has done four incredible dances and I know how nervous you get, but you’ve come out here very week’. 

‘I know you always say you want to do me proud and oh my goodness you’ve done me more than proud – so well done. I also want to say thank you to the judges, Anton you were incredible tonight. Thank you so much.’

In a further blow to Dianne and Max, absent judge Motsi Mabuse, who was replaced by ballroom dancer Anton as she isolates for following a whirlwind trip to Germany. has revealed that if she had been in the judging seat, she would have saved Max. 

The professional dancer, 39, told BBC Radio 2 on Monday that she would have sided with head Shirley and kept Max in, saying: ‘I saw that Max had a very difficult routine, he had to control himself quite a lot. 

‘If we remember last week with the Simpsons he was all jolly and I think he liked that role and this time he had to be back in control. I’m stuck here, I’m almost like Shirley, watching from the outside, maybe I might have saved Max.’

Going on: Maisie and partner Gorka Marquez won against Max and Dianne in the dance off

Going on: Maisie and partner Gorka Marquez won against Max and Dianne in the dance off

Going on: Maisie and partner Gorka Marquez won against Max and Dianne in the dance off 

 

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