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14 November 2018, 11:35 | Updated: 14 November 2018, 12:03
Red Dwarf star Danny John-Jules was the most recent star to leave the BBC ballroom show amid claims of 'bullying'.
Stricly Come Dancing contestant Danny John-Jules will reportedly not join is fellow contestants for the final of this year's BBC series.
He was the most recent celebrity to be eliminated from the show and has been the subject of scandal after he was accused of 'bullying' and then refused to appear on Strictly spin off show, It Takes Two.
According to The Sun a source said: "Danny is done with the show and has told bosses he won't be appearing on the show finale, when all the former contestants usually return."
Danny is reported to be "really unhappy" with how he has been treated and "nobody knows if he'll show up for the final show".
Each year all the celebrities that took part in that series of Strictly return to the ballroom for the final and congratulate the winning pair, something that Danny now doesn't seem up for.
He also refused to appear on It Takes Two which is customary for the most recently eliminated couple to appear on the day after their exit from the show.
Instead his dance partner Amy Dowden took to the sofa alone for a tearful interview and since their elimination Danny took to Twitter to say he wished he'd shown his gratitude to the professional dancer "more often".
I should of have expressed my gratitude more often. You truly inspired me. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the knowledge I have taken away with me, curtesy of your good self. 🙏🏾💃🏻🕺🏾 https://t.co/fy5HID9Dw4— Danny John-Jules🇩🇲 (@DannyJohnJules) November 12, 2018