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Gordon Ramsay has been overwhelmed with emotion after seeing his daughter get voted off Strictly Come Dancing.
The famous chef has been the best sideline dad during Tilly's run on the BBC competitive dancing programme and sadly that all came to an end on Sunday night (November 28).
Tilly and her dance partner, Nikita Kuzmin, were voted off after the judges weren't too keen on their samba performance to Dua Lipa's 'Levitating'.
"I'd just like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has made this an amazing, positive journey for me," Tilly said to the judges and the live audience.
"From everyone here to backstage, wardrobe, make-up and camera crew... It's just been the most extraordinary time.
"I found out something about myself that I didn't know I could do, I didn't know I could dance and have fun like this.
"So a massive thank you and, obviously, a huge thank you to Nikita who has guided me out of my shell and has just made this the most amazing experience."
As she and Nikita left the stage, the camera panned to Gordon, who was bawling his eyes out with pride.
One person wrote: "Tilly Ramsay is a lovely young lady. Whatever people say about Gordon Ramsey, he's obviously a good dad. He has drive and discipline so could be a good pick as a future contestant."
Another added: "Gordon Ramsay is often a tit, but seeing him crying on #Strictly is so bloody sweet."
A third viewer said: "Gordon Ramsey crying every time he's there. He's so proud and it's so lush to see."
It's certainly not the first time the famous chef has teared up during Tilly's run on Strictly.
When she made it to the top of the leaderboard at the beginning of last month, Ramsay burst into proud tears and gave her one hell of an applause.
Ramsay later took to Twitter to say there was a 'massive bag' of onions next to him and he was indeed 'so proud' of Tilly.
On Instagram, he wrote: "Amazing performance. Fast upbeat and joyous , that's pressure for sure, well done so proud."