I was devastated by the celebrity fans when ARJ Pritchard and Mo Farah walked out of the fort. Given

I was devastated by the celebrity fans when ARJ Pritchard and Mo Farah walked out of the fort.  Given

Fans of a celebrity were furious tonight after I brutally cast M Pritchard as well as Moh Farah in a double vote.

Many fans had mixed feelings about the decision with a tweet: “Happiness is going AJ but seriously why me ?!”

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Mo Farah and AJ Pritchard I am the latest casualty of a celebrityCredit: Rex Features

Another shouted: “Isn’t there a mukuluu nudu?”

The Olympic sprinter became a staunch fan favorite, limiting his place in the hearts of the country by suddenly dancing his way through tonight’s terrible ordeals.

Auntie and DC revealed that former hard star AJ, 26, was sixth and Olympic celebrity Moo, 37, was sixth.

This leaves Giovanna Fletcher, Jordan North, Vernon Kay and Shane Ritchie in the final four.

IM celebrity viewers were saddened to see Sir Mo Farah sent home

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IM celebrity viewers were saddened to see Sir Mo Farah sent home
AJ Pritchard was given his marching orders by VTV viewers

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AJ Pritchard was given his marching orders by VTV viewers

His last interview before being released from the palace. Speaking in, the dancer did not miss a chance to target his camp rival Shane Ritchie.

Asked about their washing dispute, AJ insisted that the Alfie Moon star was not working.

“I’m not lying. I think it’s great for everyone if you’re going to do your job right,” she told hosts Auntie and December.

AJ and Moe’s farewell came a day after former East End actress Jessica Plummer and opera star Russell Watson were sent packing.

They were hot on the ladder of Coronation Street legend Beverly Callard, 63, BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire, 52, Paralympian Holly Arnold MBE, 26, and music star Ruthie Henschel, 53.

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