Strictly Come Dancing host Sir Bruce Forsyth is facing a backlash from viewers who want him gone.
The 84-year-old faced a barrage of online abuse earlier this month after 'spoiling' the Strictly final.
The veteran telly host was seen trying to stop the celebs congratulating winner Louis Smith as the Olympian was crowned champion, in a very cringe worthy telly moment.
One viewer complained: "I don't know why he can't just go with the flow.
"Does it really matter if people hug each other?"
Another said: "It completely soured the moment. He should have just let the spontaneity take over."
And a third added: "He definitely shouldn't be back next year it was totally unnecessary."
However despite the complaints, Brucie has vowed to continue on the show.
He sad after the final last week: "I am certainly not going to retire – that is the last thing on my mind. It is the buzz of working that keeps me going. It’s that wonderful feeling."
He explained: "Although I’m 84, I still get the adrenaline rush walking on to the studio floor for Strictly. I just hope I never run out of adrenaline. In fact I’m going to phone Boots today and order some for next year.
"If you’ve experienced the warmth of an audience, the achievement of getting your first laugh and entertaining them, [it] keeps it all going."
We still love you - and your jokes - Bruce!