Got To Dance judge Kimberly Wyatt has revealed she is gutted that creative pole dancer 'Bendy' Kate Czepulkowski didn't make the show's final.
Czepulkowski - a 21-year-old from Bristol who entered the contest to change public perception of pole dancing - performed an artistic routine in the first semi-final after making the judges' Top 30 acts.
However, she failed to win the public vote and was beaten by Irish/hip-hop fusion group Prodijig and child ballet dancers Tayluer and Elliott.
In a chat with The Sun, Wyatt said: "Bendy Kate absolutely stood out for me.
"I was really depressed when she didn't get through as I thought she brought something unique and beautiful and amazing to the competition and I really wanted to see her compete for the crown."
Prodijig and Tayluer and Elliott will compete against eight other acts in the grand final this Sunday, at 6.00pm on Sky1 (HD).