The pair were given their marching orders after they were scored in the bottom two alongside Samuel Johnson and Jorja Freeman.
“I'm so lucky to have worked with you,” Lily told Jett in front of the live television audience.
Rumoured to have developed a romance throughout their DWTS journey, Jett laughed, “I've had some nightmares but I've had some really good time. Everyone involved had made it that much more fun.”
Their elimination comes after Jett spent the week competing at the Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships.
This meant there was very little time left to work on his routines with Lily.
“I want to commend you for surviving this week alone!” judge, Sharna told him.
“You came out here and gave it everything you got.”
Now just three stars remain!
Constance Hall, Courtney Act and Samuel will battle it out for the mirror ball trophy on next week’s season finale!