The ex-Conservative MP only picked up 14 points for her American smooth, which was a record low score on Strictly, and was ridiculed for her performance.
Judge Bruno Tonioli commented: "Anton was pushing you around like a trolley with tinsel falling everywhere. And when you were on your own, you looked like a Dalek in drag."
Head judge Len Goodman also revealed that he thought it was time for Widdecombe to leave the dance competition: "You're a bit like the snow - it gives you fun but eventually you just want it to go away, and that's how it is. Sorry Ann."
Unusually, it was left to Craig Revel Horwood to offer some praise for the routine, saying: "The knee-lift at the beginning was alright to look at... and the spin I think you coped very well at, and I didn't mind."
Meanwhile, Pamela Stephenson and James Jordan picked up the first perfect score of the series, getting all 10s for their Viennese waltz.
The Strictly results show airs tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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