Pixie Lott enjoyed a night out with her boyfriend Oliver Cheshire after Strictly exit
The 23-year-old was pictured with young Oli last night at the Chiltern Firehouse in London.
Flashing her taut tummy Pixie looked immaculate wearing a matching skirt and jacket as she braved the British weather.
But it didn't look like the former SCD star could raise a smile at the end of the day and she was helped out of the A-list haunt.
Wearing gold strappy stilettos and carrying a vintage leather handbag Pixie looked at the cameras waiting to snap her picture and looked away.
Her blonde hair was scraped up into a high pony tail and Oli protectively put his arm around his long-term beau.
The pair looked content as they headed out in the rain
Pixie scraped her hair into a high ponytail for the evening
The star tweeted about her shock exit from the show, saying: "Thank you so much everybody for your kind words and support throughout the show and now - it means the world.
"I had an amazing time and loved every second! I will 'keeeep dancing' and owe it all to Trent Whiddon."
She added: "I love the class of 2014. To all left in the show, I wish you all the best and know you will do us all proud xxx"
But the star doesn't have time to wallow in her sadness as she's currently promoting her latest album and a charity single.
The couple were inseparable as they left the A-list haunt
Pixie revealed she's concentrating on her charity single
Recorded as part of the Matalan Alder Hey Alphabet Scarves campaign, the proceeds from Caravan of Love goes directly to the Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Express Online, Pixie said: "I'm such a Christmas person I can't even tell you, I'm so excited to have a Christmas song.
"[The new album is] a collection of songs that people wrote in and said were their favourite songs in time for Christmas. A couple of new Christmas tunes too, and Caravan of Love is the single for charity."
She added: "I love doing shows where I get to see the fans and make them happy - and I'm happy! It's just all positive vibes. I know faces that I've seen before - they tweet me. It's really cool, they're the ones that support me and keep me doing what I'm doing so I'm grateful."