UNIMPRESSED Dancing On Ice viewers have slammed judges for 'overmarking' on the show.
Venting their frustration on social media, fans raged: "It's clear they have favourites."
Sunday's edition of the ITV competition saw former Strictly star Brendan Cole top the leader board with perfect tens all round from judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Oti Mabuse and Ashley Banjo.
Snapping on Brendan's heels was Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt in second place.
But their success hasn't gone unnoticed by avid viewers.
One wrote on Twitter: "I am really getting fed up with the judges having there favourites and showing it in the marks. #dancingonice".
Another added: "Some dodgy scoring here. Stop having favourites and mark on merit and talent please! #dancingonice".
"Well Kimberley routine was really boring for me to be honest," commented one viewer.
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"I just don't think it fair on the other skaters to be honest. unfortunately they are obviously the judges favourites. #dancingonice".
A fourth mused: "Why did kimberly score more than reagan i mean his skate and jumps were way better. I dont get it.
"Kimberly is good but not better. Judges have favourites i think. What does he have to do for better score than her. #DancingOnIce".
Another added: "I’m no professional but it’s clear that the judges have favourites."
While one fan wrote: "Kye and Tippy were brilliant should have been a higher score tho! I feel like the judges have their favourites. #DancingOnIce".
Sally Dynevor became the latest celeb to be voted off the show.
The Corrie legend lost in a skate-off with Olympic star Kye Whyte.
It was clearly an emotional night for Brendan who fought back tears as he got 10s from all the judges for the very first time.
Rugby ace Ben Foden, TV star Ria Hebden, singer Rachel Stevens, Love Island's Liberty Poole, Happy Mondays legend Bez have already been voted off the show.
Kimberly Wyatt, Connor Ball, Kye Whyte, Brendan Cole, Regan Gascoigne and Stef Reid are the seven celebs left in the competition.
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