I've just read Matthew Norman's column in today's new i-paper and was left coughing and spluttering into my late (skinny of course).
I know what I'm about to say will infuriate many Strictly Come Dancing fans, most of all my good friend Caron Lindsay.
Ann Widdecombe, or Widders as she is now affectionately known across the nation, I'm afraid it is time to hang up your dancing shoes.
For the first few weeks you were amusing and I agree, you improved week on week.
However, last Saturday, you were the worst dancer and you received the lowest score. Did we see you in the bottom two waiting to see if you were voted off?
No, instead we lost a far superior competitor from this dancing competition, Tina O'Brien and her partner Jared.
We, the great British public must ensure that Bidders doesn't become the next John Sargent.
It was close last week as superstar Anton Du Beke threw Ann around the dance floor like a sack of potatoes and that's when I realised its time for Ann to leave and Strictly to become a dancing competition once again.
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