Sun. Jul 14th, 2024
alert-–-dancing-on-ice-fans-are-left-fuming-as-they-accuse-judges-of-‘overmarking’-miles-and-vanessa-amid-bitter-favouritism-row:-‘he-gets-overscored-every-single-week!’Alert – Dancing On Ice fans are left FUMING as they accuse judges of ‘overmarking’ Miles and Vanessa amid bitter favouritism row: ‘He gets overscored every single week!’

Miles Nazaire and Vanessa Bauer scored a 37.5 on Dancing On Ice’s episode on Sunday evening – but fans were left unimpressed with the result.

The Made In Chelsea hunk, 28, and pro skater Vanessa, 27, took to the ice rink performing to Genie in a Bottle by Christina Aguilera.

The skating pair were marked with the highest scores for a few weeks in a row, sparking criticism from fans who accused judges of favouritism.

Yet on Sunday, they were ultimately outclassed by Adele Roberts, which astonished viewers with an elegant routine with her partner Mark Hanretty to You’re My World by Jane McDonald.

Although judges sang their praises, viewers didn’t seem to have the same opinion on Miles and Vanessa – with many still pointing out the actor ‘barely’ did any solo skating and was often ‘clinging’ on Vanessa, therefore deserving a lower mark.

Miles Nazaire and Vanessa Bauer scored a 37.5 on Dancing On Ice's episode on Sunday evening - but fans were left unimpressed with the result

Miles Nazaire and Vanessa Bauer scored a 37.5 on Dancing On Ice’s episode on Sunday evening – but fans were left unimpressed with the result

The Made In Chelsea hunk, 28, and pro skater Vanessa, 27, took to the ice rink performing to Genie in a Bottle by Christina Aguilera

The Made In Chelsea hunk, 28, and pro skater Vanessa, 27, took to the ice rink performing to Genie in a Bottle by Christina Aguilera

Plenty of fans took to X – formerly Twitter – to remark it was unfair of the judges’ panel to penalise Amber Davies, partnered with Simon Proulx-Sénécal, for not skating solo, while Miles did ‘less skating by himself’.

The favouritism row got even more bitter throughout the weeks, with many users claiming they see a ‘pattern’ because the actor gets ‘over scored every single week’.

Others pointed out Miles plays it ‘safe’ in his dance routine and if he was a woman, that would result in a penalty.

German skating figure Vanessa was also called out for being ‘advantage’ as she’s paired with athletic man every year, giving her an ‘easy way’ to get into the series final. 

One fan said: ‘Let me know when y’all are ready to admit Miles has been over scored every single week #Dancingonice.’

Another person raised a complaint: ‘Adam does solo skating every week and yet he gets marked less than miles who is constantly holding on to his partner. make it make sense #DancingOnIce.’

‘The evil Miles and The evil Vanessa could just stand and do nothing and they’d get 9.5 from Torvill and Dean #DancingOnIce,’ echoed another one.

Another viewer was quick to point out: ‘I know lifting someone is hard but i stand by that if Miles was a woman he would constantly get criticism for playing it safe and sticking to his partner #DancingOnIce.’

The skating pair were marked with the highest scores for a few weeks in a row, sparking criticism from fans who accused judges of favouritism

The skating pair were marked with the highest scores for a few weeks in a row, sparking criticism from fans who accused judges of favouritism

Yet on Sunday, they were ultimately outclassed by Adele Roberts, which astonished viewers with an elegant routine with her partner Mark Hanretty to You're My World by Jane McDonald

Yet on Sunday, they were ultimately outclassed by Adele Roberts, which astonished viewers with an elegant routine with her partner Mark Hanretty to You’re My World by Jane McDonald

The favouritism row got even more bitter throughout the weeks, with many users claiming they see a 'pattern' because the actor gets 'over scored every single week'

The favouritism row got even more bitter throughout the weeks, with many users claiming they see a ‘pattern’ because the actor gets ‘over scored every single week’

Fans were left fuming and took to X to share their thoughts - with many pointing out the actor 'barely' did any solo skating and was often 'clinging' on Vanessa, therefore deserving a lower mark

Fans were left fuming and took to X to share their thoughts – with many pointing out the actor ‘barely’ did any solo skating and was often ‘clinging’ on Vanessa, therefore deserving a lower mark

‘The fact they know miles will end up in the bottom two if they don’t over inflate his marks and they’re doing everything they can to get him through #DancingOnIce,’ penned another person.

‘That was not 9.5 worthy! Stop overmarking Miles and Vanessa challenge #DancingOnIce,’ said a fan fuming.

‘Miles to me is just a Joey Essex 2.0 overmarked by the judges when he’s not that great of a performer it’s annoying seeing Vanessa get a guaranteed tickets to the finals every year it’s truly unfair to the other pros #DancingOnIce,’ wrote another.

Agreeing Miles didn’t do enough solo skating, one fan commented: ‘Watch them moan at Amber for not letting go when Miles held onto Vanessa and skated in circles for 90 seconds #DancingOnIce.’

‘Ryan and amani actually have what the show is trying to convince us miles and vanessa have #DancingOnIce,’ said one in defence of the former Coronation Street star.

‘Greg beating miles & Vanessa this week has brought me so much joy #dancingonice,’ another person poked fun at the results.

‘Make sure you vote for amber folks! the evil people who seem to miss miles never skating by himself will want her gone and we can’t let it happen #DancingOnIce,’ another one claimed.

Another viewer analysed the episode, stressing how much other contestants did way more solo skating, and wrote: ‘people who skated by themselves more than miles did: greg, amber, ricky’ and then added comparing: ‘people who got lower scores than miles: greg, amber, ricky make it make sense #DancinOnIce

Eddie the Eagle became the latest star to be eliminated from hit ITV skating show on Sunday evening.

English ski jumper and Olympian, 60, and his professional skating partner Vicky Ogden found himself in the skate-off against former Love Island star Amber, 27, and her pro partner Simon.

After Eddie and Vicky performed a graceful routine to Sir Elton John’s Rocket Man, and Amber and her partner Simon danced a dramatic performance to Little Mix’s Power, the judges cast their vote.

Judge Oti Mabuse voted to keep Eddie while guest judge Johnny Weir and Jayne Torvill voted for Amber.

As the vote was split, it came down to head judge Christopher Dean, who opted to keep Amber as well, sending Eddie packing.

Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards – who recently spoke about living in his car and eating from bins while competing in the Olympics – opened this week’s Dancing On Ice by embracing his inner pop star as he skated to One Direction’s hit What Makes You Beautiful.

Dressed in a black and red checked shirt, the former Olympic ski jumper performed a rotating knee slide and twirls with his partner Vicky Ogden to secure a score of 33.5 – his highest of the series so far.

Judge Oti Mabuse thought it was a ‘brilliant’ way to open the show as she felt it was ‘entertaining’.

Fellow judge Christopher Dean said: ‘I’m loving what you’re doing, I hope to see you in the semi-final.’

Adele Roberts surpassed her fellow Dancing On Ice contestants at the eleventh hour to secure the top score of the show so far.

After a night of top marks, radio DJ Adele, 44, received 39 out of 40 points for her stunning routine.

She became emotional after getting the score as Mark praised her as an ‘incredible’ woman.

Judge Christopher said the routine had ‘everything I want to see in a performance’ including ‘passion’ and ‘connection’ between the pair.

Guest judge Johnny said the performance had a ‘beguiling quality’ to it as he praised Adele as the ‘strongest skater in this contest’ in relation to her basic ability. 

Olympian Greg Rutherford and Love Island star Amber Davies both scored the joint highest score of the series so far, before they were later overtaken by Adele.

Sportsman Greg, 37, and West End performer Amber, 27, secured a score of 38 for their respective performances.

Eddie the Eagle became the latest star to be eliminated from Dancing On Ice on Sunday night (Eddie pictured with his professional skating partner Vicky Ogden)

Eddie the Eagle became the latest star to be eliminated from Dancing On Ice on Sunday night (Eddie pictured with his professional skating partner Vicky Ogden)

Eddie, 60, and his professional skating partner Vicky Ogden found himself in the skate-off against former Love Island star Amber Davies and her pro partner Simon Proulx-Senecal (pictured)

Eddie, 60, and his professional skating partner Vicky Ogden found himself in the skate-off against former Love Island star Amber Davies and her pro partner Simon Proulx-Senecal (pictured)

As the vote was split, it came down to head judge Christopher Dean, who opted to keep Amber as well, sending Eddie packing

As the vote was split, it came down to head judge Christopher Dean, who opted to keep Amber as well, sending Eddie packing

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards - who recently spoke about living in his car and eating from bins while competing in the Olympics - opened this week's Dancing On Ice by e mbracing his inner pop star as he skated to One Direction's h it What Makes You Beautiful

Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards – who recently spoke about living in his car and eating from bins while competing in the Olympics – opened this week’s Dancing On Ice by e mbracing his inner pop star as he skated to One Direction’s h it What Makes You Beautiful

After a night of top marks, radio DJ Adele , 44, received 39 out of 40 points for her stunning routine (pictured with her pro partner Mark Hanretty)

After a night of top marks, radio DJ Adele , 44, received 39 out of 40 points for her stunning routine (pictured with her pro partner Mark Hanretty)

Guest judge Johnny said the performance had a 'beguiling quality' to it as he praised Adele as the 'strongest skater in this contest' in relation to her basic ability

Guest judge Johnny said the performance had a ‘beguiling quality’ to it as he praised Adele as the ‘strongest skater in this contest’ in relation to her basic ability

The retired athlete and his professional skating partner Vanessa James transported viewers back to the 1990s in coordinated all-white outfits as they danced to Bye Bye Bye by NSYNC.

Judge Oti praised them for being ‘daring’ with their moves, which included a challenging side levitation lift.

Guest judge Johnny said he rewarded the routine a perfect 10 as he felt they were ‘attacking the ice’ while taking ‘difficult elements’.

Amber attempted the first one-arm rotating layout the show to secure her top mark.

For her routine with her skating partner Simon Senecal to Waterloo by Abba, they donned 70s-inspired outfits.

Johnny said he ‘loved it’ as he felt it was ‘electric and exuberant’. 

DANCING ON ICE: MEET THE 2024 CONTESTANTS

RICKY HATTON

AGE: 44

PROFESSION: Former pro boxer

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘If I can hold my nerve in the boxing ring I should be able to hold my nerve in the ice rink’

 

HANNAH SPEARRITT

AGE: 42

PROFESSION: SINGER

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘I’m really excited about learning a new skill. It’s so easy to live your comfortable life and that aspect of mixing things up is very appealing’

 

GREG RUTHERFORD 

AGE: 36

PROFESSION: Athlete 

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘I like a challenge and I needed a reason to go out and do stuff again and here we are. I want to perform something that’s never been done before, that’s my aim.’

 

Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards

AGE: 59

PROFESSION: OLYMPIC SKI JUMPER

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘Dancing on Ice is a show I’ve always wanted to do. It’s a challenge I think I’m going to relish!’

 

RICKY NORWOOD

AGE: 40

PROFESSION: EastEnders star 

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘It’s come at such a great time in life. I can’t skate at all! No rehearsals as yet, I’ve just had some physiotherapy to strengthen the body.’

 

RYAN THOMAS

AGE: 39

PROFESSION: Corrie star

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘Everyone keeps asking me, “are you doing it?” I’ve told everyone!’ 

CLAIRE SWEENEY

AGE: 52

PROFESSION: ACTRESS

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘I am stepping into the unknown here. I don’t know how I will feel. But I am very excited.’

 

AMBER DAVIES

AGE: 26

PROFESSION: WEST END STAR

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘I would definitely say that I’m an adrenaline junkie but I do get more nervous as I get older and I hope that I can contain them’

 

MILES NAZAIRE

 AGE: 27

PROFESSION: REALITY STAR 

WHAT DID HE SAY? ‘I’ve always loved to dance but it’s usually on a dance floor on a Saturday night and Dancing on Ice looks so difficult.’

 

 LOU SANDERS

AGE: 37

PROFESSION: COMEDIAN

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘I’m nervous about cracking my head open, or just bashing the old head. I can’t afford to lose any more brain cells.’

 

ADELE ROBERTS 

AGE: 44

PROFESSION: RADIO PRESENTER

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘It’s ”bricking it on ice” for me! I think the hardest part is putting myself out there as I usually hide away’

 

 ROXY SHAHIDI

AGE: 40

PROFESSION: Emmerdale star 

WHAT DID SHE SAY? ‘I can’t ice-skate. I haven’t really said anything to anyone but mainly because I’m so nervous about it!’

 

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