Strictly Come Dancing 's Shirley Ballas has pleaded with fans to be kind.
The head judge faced death threats after Dianne Buswell and Dev Griffiths were booted off in a controversial eviction on the show last weekend.
As well as the abuse, the Strictly star also had a difficult week because she had to be hooked up to a drip sparking fear for her health among fans.
Shirley filmed a piece to camera to discuss the drama that had been rumbling on this week.
She said: "After quite a difficult week, I managed to do It Takes Two… I'm really looking forward to the show hope everyone will tune in.
"Everyone remember to do your very best. I'm looking forward to everyone's performance.
"Lets try to be kind to everyone, someone has to go home. Lets try to work together as a team. Let us really make it a marvellous beautiful place to be…
"I'm going to go put VIC on my chest."
It comes after Shirley revealed she had been hooked up to a drip.
The head judge posted several snaps that showed a vitamin drip attached to her arm, and admitted to her followers it had been a tough week.
She wrote: "Full of all sorts of things Vitamin c, Magnesium b12 and the list goes on. Feeling under the weather today as a result of a tough week.
"Hopefully we'll be right as rain for Saturday" she posted.
It comes after pro dancer Dianne begged fans to stop sending Shirley death threats, following her and radio DJ Dev's controversial exit from the popular BBC dance competition last weekend.
The 59-year-old head judge was targeted by furious viewers after the DJ was booted off the competition.
Dev's former dance partner Dianne was forced to take to Twitter and plead with trolls to stop sending Shirley Ballas death threats.
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