STRICTLY'S Jayde Adams wasted no time reassuring fans she was fine after her exit from the show.
The comedian, who throughout the series expertly handled cruel trolls that mocked her appearance, dealt with the disappointment of elimination by reminding fans about all the good things she has going on.
She wrote: "I had the time of my life! Don’t worry about me my babes. I would’ve loved to have stayed obviously, our Halloween and couples choice plans were huge.
"Ya girls booked and blessed. I got my own series on ITV2 Ruby Speaking that I start filming in January, Alma’s Not Normal series 2, a massive UK tour, the Take That movie and loads more. Being on #Strictly was just the cherry on an already amazing cake.
"I’ll see you all on my tour in 2023!
"Thank you to my babe @karenhauer & @bbcstrictly. It’s truly the greatest entertainment show in the UK. Inside and out ❤️."
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Jayde and pro dance partner Karen Hauer lost out in the dance-off to Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu.
Last week Jayde admitted that she 'laughs' along with trolls' comments about her weight in an attempt to show resilience.
The comedian said she 'knew it was going to happen' when she first signed up for BBC One celebrity dance competition.
Chatting to Krupa Padhy on BBC Sounds Woman's Hour, Jayde admitted she chooses to tackle the insults as they will 'never stop'.
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She explained: "I knew it was going to happen to me because every time I'm on TV someone comments on my weight, I just knew it was going to happen.
"I could do one of two things, I could ignore it, or I could tackle it. I found it funny, I could show people who follow me some resilience."
She continued: "Someone wrote, 'this is Jayde Adam's rocking up to Strictly', with a picture of the Michelin Man, and I laughed!"
The Strictly star went on to say: "I don't want people to say stuff like that but these people want to have a reaction."
"The most useful thing to do it to not get at them, it's to show resilience because it's never going to stop."
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