Don’t make me cry again! speaks Strictly for Oti Mabuse after fellow dancers pay tribute to her after her shocking departure

OTI Mabuse was overwhelmed when her former Dancing with the Stars co-stars paid tribute to her after her shocking departure.

The 31-year-old singer has announced her departure from the BBC1 show after seven years as a professional dancer.


Graciana honored the memory of his former colleague on the TV series “Strictly”
Emotional Oti Warned Him That His Kind Words Would Make Her Cry


Emotional Oti warned him that his kind words would make her cry

Following the news, fellow professional Graziana di Prima posted a photo of him and Oti on Instagram and added a lengthy caption.

He said: “You have always been by my side, always!! From the very first moment I joined @bbcstrictly.

“I will miss you so much on the show, I will miss dancing with you!! you can’t even imagine!❤️

“I wish you all the best in life because you deserve it!

“You are the strongest woman I have ever met and I will always be by your side!
love you friend!! ❤️”

Clearly emotional, Oti replied, “Please don’t make me cry again.”

Earlier today, Oti left sternly fans heartbroken with the news that she would not be returning.

Writing on Instagram, Oti said: “It’s always been easy for me to say goodbye, I’ve been part of the most amazing TV show ‘Dancing with the Stars’ for the past seven years and it’s been an incredible time.

“Raise the glitter ball twice and have the best trip with all my celebrities and meet and work with the best crew, crew, producers, celebrities and incredible professional dancers!

“You are my family and I will always adore you. Thank you @sarahjamesface@jack.will.g and @jasongilkison for believing in me sincerely.”

She continued: “Honestly, I am very grateful to the BBC and will always remember that Strictly and the BBC brought me to the UK that I now call home and I have learned and grown so much. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. .

“I can’t put into words how difficult this decision was, but I decided not to come back for next season.

“Dance will always be my first love and to everyone, especially my family, friends, fans and judges who have supported me throughout my journey, thank you for being incredible!

“You are irreplaceable in my heart and made every day unforgettable! I love you”.

Following Auty’s statement, Chief Justice Shirley Ballas wrote, “I’m so proud of you in so many ways.

“You were a big part of the show for sure and you will be missed. We will see you move forward in such a positive light. Looking forward to your future. May your candle continue to shine brightly for all those around you.”

Sister Oti Mozi, who joined Strictly as a judge in 2019, added: “It’s time to fly, girl. I am so proud of you. Fearless, brave and looking forward to making your dreams come true.”

Former pro and host of the BBC Two spin-off show Strictly Jeanette Manrara added: “Leaving behind an amazing legacy.

“You are a superstar and one of the hardest working women I know. Even the sky is not the limit for you.

Oti Left Strictly After Seven Years As A Professional Dancer.


Oti left Strictly after seven years as a professional dancer.

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