Will Young has quit BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing.
The official BBC Strictly Come Dancing Twitter account confirmed Young's departure, saying it was down to "personal reasons".
A BBC spokesman told ITV News that Young will not be replaced, and the series will continue as planned with elimination every week until the Grand Final.
Young, 37, clashed with head judge Len Goodman on Saturday's show, after Goodman criticised his Salsa routine.
The singer, who was dancing to the Pussycat Dolls' Jai Ho with partner Karen Clifton, rejected Goodman's claim that there were not enough Salsa moves in his dance.
Young won the Pop Idol television singing competition in 2002, before going on to sell 10 million records and score four number one UK albums.