Strictly Come Dancing's Dianne Buswell has been "left feeling down" due to some mean comments about her relationship with Bobby Brazier.
The EastEnders star, 20, confessed last month that he was "falling in love" with professional dancer Dianne, which led to some fans criticising them both, including some supporters of Dianne's boyfriend Joe Sugg. Some people have said Bobby is being "disrespectful", while others have targeted Dianne with nasty messages on the Digital Spy forum, calling their partnership "uncomfortable" and "inappropriate."
The hurtful comments are said to have upset Dianne as she continues to teach the soap star some impressive moves as they battle it out on the Strictly dancefloor. A source told The Mirror: "The cruel remarks she has read about her relationship with Bobby – who has been really supportive – have hit her hard.
"Her and Joe are still very much together and he has also been very supportive, and made it clear publicly that he has her back."
At the Pride of Britain Awards last month, Bobby couldn't stop talking about Dianne. He said at the event: "I could speak about Dianne all day. She's just a diamond – you know what, I'm falling in love with her. She's just great. I feel very lucky."
In another chat at the same event, he added: "At the minute my hero is Dianne Buswell, she's like my sister who I kind of fancy a bit at the same time. She's an unbelievable dancer."
Despite some negative comments, many fans were backing the duo. One fan posted on Digital Spy: "Bobby is still very young and will make mistakes. I understand where people are coming from but it's not like Dianne will leave her long term relationship for 20 year old Bobby. People need to get a grip and stop being so sensitive."
On Saturday, 4 October Bobby and Dianne were hit with some tough comments from the judges after they performed the Argentine tango. Anton Du Beke said he was taken aback by "how rehearsed" their dance was and said it should be "a little bit sort of messy".
Although he went on to add it was "absolutely clean as a whistle" and a "great performance". While Craig Revel Horwood who is known for his tough criticism of all the dancers abruptly said: "I thought it was too aggressive and there wasn't enough air or breathing in it.
"And I didn't feel that you were leading, you were placing everything".
He concluded: "It was just simply choreographed rather than being danced together."
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