The comedian, 56, was voted off the ballroom competition after performing the jive with his partner Amy Dowden in the dance-off against rival contestant Simon Rimmer.
Setting the record straight: Brian Conley decided to put the record straight about his Strictly Come Dancing exit interview speech during an appearance on ITV's Lorraine on Tuesday morning, telling Christine Bleakley that he was simply trying to 'diffuse the situation' and make people laugh The shocked audience watched as the comedian jumped onto the judges' podium and branded the studio a 's**t hole' as he claimed they only spent £25 on the toilets in a speech which had been edited out of the results show.
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And of course everyone laughed and it was a bit of fun. 'And then I said, "There’s one thing that really upsets me being on this show… Everyone thought I was going to say something profound.
I went, "It’s the toilets, they’ve got to sort them out. I said, "Tess, you can tell me to go and have a dance now", she went "Brian, go and have a dance" and I did.'I just wanted to diffuse everything. I don’t want to finish on a down, I know I’m out, but let’s just bring it up now. Just wanted to have some fun.'He concluded: 'I wanted to put the record straight.'The funnyman explained that he was 'upset' by the reaction people have had to his exit speech and to reports that he was leaving in order to pursue other projects.
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A Strictly source divulged to The Sun: 'No one knows where it came from and everyone was incredibly shocked but luckily Darcey saw the funny side of it.'Brian was on thin ice though because it would have been very easy to annoy everyone by hijacking the show like that.' When reflecting on his comments he made on the show, the comedian revealed he didn't regret the bizarre exchange. I was having fun and the toilets here are terrible.' Also on the show, he revealed that he would happily make a move on partner Amy Dowden if he was 'thirty years younger'.
The 56-year-old comedian was the fourth contestant to be voted off the show in week five of the star-studded competition. 'I love this lady and I want her to be on this show for ever and ever because I want everyone out there to know how special this lady is because she is a star and I love her to bits.'Amy seemed touched by Brian's praise, adding 'I have had the most amazing time, I've got not just Brian but his entire family as friends for life and thank you from the bottom of my heart.'Brian also revealed he was backing fellow contestant Aston Merrigold, after revealing he had formed a close bond with the singer.
'This comes after Brian made a dramatic exit when he descended into a bizarre rant and made a lewd joke in footage edited out of Sunday's results show.