Queen of mean Katie Hopkins slammed Peter Andre's jive on Strictly Come Dancing as he received the lowest score of the evening

We imagine Peter Andre was already feeling pretty low about finishing bottom of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard on Saturday night – and that’s before Katie Hopkins had a dig at him!

The queen of mean labeled Pete a ‘clown’ after his energetic jive was given just 29 points by the judges – the lowest score of the night.

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Her attack was aimed at both Pete’s outfit – which included black and white checked trousers and a pair of suspenders – and also his performance at Blackpool’s iconic ballroom.


Taking to Twitter, Katie wrote: ‘Peter Andre – dressed like a clown, danced like one too. I see Peter. I see Pricey riding him like a horse #strictlycomedancing.’

The Strictly judges were also critical of poor Pete’s performance, with Len Goodman telling the singer: ‘It wasn’t your finest.’

And asked how Pete’s jive compared to others this series, Craig Revel-Horwood said, ‘I’m afraid it falls at the bottom’, describing it as ‘flat-footed’ and ‘heavy’.

But despite the feedback, Pete insisted that he’d enjoyed the performance, saying: ‘I got some of it wrong, but I had a great time.’

Turning to his dance partner, Janette Manrara, Pete added: We had a ball, didn’t we?’

It comes just two weeks after the Mysterious Girl star topped the leaderboard with an amazing Charleston.


But Pete has other things to worry about, after he revealed he suffered an embarrassing wardrobe incident.

Pete was apparently waiting for a pair of trousers when he flashed a little more flesh than intended.

He told The Sun: ‘The poor lady in wardrobe, it traumatised her. I’ve been showing my glitterballs!’

Meanwhile, Katie also had some harsh words for Loose Women star Jamelia, whose quickstep saw her finish second from bottom.

Katie tweeted: ‘Jamelia went all the way to Blackpool. Just to earn a place in another dance off.’