She had been hoping to impress with her ironic Graduate-inspired dance routine to the sounds of Mrs Robinson.
But, after leaving the Strictly Come Dancing judges underwhelmed with the performance, Jerry Hall was the latest casualty of the hit BBC show.
The former catwalk queen and partner Anton Du Beke were forced into a dance-off with retired cricketer Michael Vaughan and his partner Natalie Lowe, which Jerry then lost.
Goodbye Mrs Robinson: Jerry Hall has become the latest celebrity to be voted off Strictly Come Dancing
Both couples performed their routines once more for the judges, with Jerry and Anton reprising their quickstep, while Vaughan took on the cha cha.
With both Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell opting to save the sportsman and Bruno Tonioli choosing Hall, the deciding vote was left with head judge Len Goodman who said it was a 'difficult decision'.
He said: 'To be honest, neither couple impressed me. The pressure got to both of them.
Dance off: Jerry and partner Anton Du Beke had to perform their dance routine again, alongside retired cricketer Michael Vaughan
The moment of truth: The quartet wait with bated breath to find out which of them is being sent home
'Jerry's routine was full of mistakes. Michael's routine went in and out of time.
'This is a really difficult, difficult decision for me. This is so close, but I'm going to save Michael and Natalie.'
Reflecting on her time on the BBC dance show, Jerry said: 'I've had a lot of fun, it's been great. I've loved hanging out with Anton, and dancing with Anton. It's been lovely.'
On Saturday night's show, Hall said if the public kept her in she would be dancing to Paint It Black next week, the track made famous by her ex-love Mick Jagger's band the Rolling Stones.
With only good things to say about his partner, Anton said: 'I love her, she is gorgeous and fabulous. She's a star and has been wonderful to teach and she's just brilliant.'
Upset: When Hall found out she was in the bottom two she looked visibly upset and hugged Anton
Disheartened: Micheal and Natalie were really unhappy to learn they would be in the dance-off
Upset to see Jerry leave the competition, Dani Harmer was seen crying as the contestant made their way down the stairs to say their goodbyes to the model.
On finding out that she was in the bottom two, Jerry pulled a face of upset and hugged Anton.
When asked by host Tess Daley why he thought Jerry was in this week's dance off, Goodman said it was to do with the fact she doesn't stretch enough.
He said: 'Well you know she's got wonderful presence probably from her years of modelling but she needed to stretch a little more but the thing with her is you never know what to expect'.
Tearing up: As Jerry was voted off the competition the other contestants looked on with blurry eyes
'I've had a lot of fun': As Jerry took to the dance floor for the last time she said she'd had an amazing time
Before she took to the stage for what ended up doing her final dance, when asked what she'd do differently, Jerry simply said: 'I'm going to try my best.'
Whereas a slightly disheartened Micheal said: 'It's the nature of the show, I'm just going to give it my everything.'
Craig told Micheal that in order to wow during the dance-off, he needed to 'listen to the music'.
He said: 'Listen to the music that is most important thing, and remember everything she has told you.'
Continuing he added: 'And dance like you've never danced before darling.'
In high spirits: Lisa Riley and Robin Windsor looked a bit worried as they waited to hear their fate
Get in! Denise van Outen and James Jordan were ecstatic when they made it through
Saved: Fern Britton and Artem Chigvintsev beamed when she become the eighth dancer through to next week
Lining up to learn they fate, Kimberley Walsh and Pasha high-fived as they become the first dance duo to make it through to next week's show.
'Happy days' were the words that Louis Smith uttered when himself and Flavia Cacace were saved.
Westlife's Nicky Byrne threw off his hat when he became the third star through alongside Karen Hauer, Sid Owen and Colin Salmon followed.
Dani Harmer exhaled as she survived to dance another day, James Jordon told Denise van Outen he was proud of her as they become the seventh couple saved.
Fern Britton and Artem Chigvintsev beamed when made it through and Lisa Riley and Robin Windsor jumped around with joy.
Emotions running high: Victoria Pendleton became visibly upset as she waited to hear her name
Doubtful: The Olympian took her partner's Brendan Cole's hat as she began to cry
'I just don't want it to end': Pendleton said that she isn't yet ready to leave the competition
Olympian Victoria Pendleton started crying as she believed she would be in the bottom, but looked relieved when her name was eventually called out.
Laughing at her, dance partner Brendan Cole quipped as he pulled her in for a hug: 'Look at you getting all emotional'.
Speaking about her reaction later with co-host Claudia Winkleman, Pendleton said: 'Just watching numbers go down and down you're like "Oh no".
'I just don't want it to end, I'm having such a good time and I just want to do a really good dance.'
Shocked: Richard Arnold admitted that he believed he would be in the bottom two
Richard Arnold was last to make it through and admitted to Winkleman that he genuinely thought he would be in this week's dance-off.
The results show also featured performances from Dionne Warwick and the cast of West End musical Top Hat.
Next Saturday night's show will be a Halloween special.