#GreatestDancer: Cheryl hits out at BBC audience in surprise outburst 'Are you ...

Cheryl Tweedy, Oti Mabuse, Matthew Morrison and Todrick Hall took their seats behind the judging panel on The Greatest Dancer tonight (January 18) to see which acts the audience would put through. However, dancer Laurence failed to hit the 75 percent mark of votes needed to send him through to the next stage – much to the dismay of Cheryl, in particular.

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Contemporary dancer Laurence took to the stage on The Greatest Dancer to show off his moves.

Laurence mainly trained in contemporary but also revealed he several years of ballet training under his belt as well.

He showed off his range in a street style performance to Gorillaz tune Feel Good Inc. and Cheryl and Todrick instantly took a shine to the dancer.

However, the audience did not and Laurence was sent home with just 73 percent of the audience turning on their lights for him.

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The result not only received a collective groan from the audience but it also prompted a furious reaction from Cheryl.

As the mirrors remained shut, Cheryl screamed: “No! Are you serious?”

“You’re joking?!" the coach added as she stood up and held her hands out.

Cheryl was left aghast alongside fellow coach Todrick but the tirade against the crowd didn’t stop there.

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