DANCING On Ice viewers have been left with the same complaint after prop week.
In Sunday night’s show, the celebs had to perform their routines using props – but some fans argued that some props were easier to use than others.
Nile Wilson wowed the judges as he skated with partner Olivia Smart using a bed as part of props weeks.
But those watching at home are convinced he didn’t use the bed enough and branded it unfair.
Meanwhile, Joey Essex wowed audience members and judges alike as he zoomed around the ice with a surfboard.
Other props included a racing flag, feather boa and a drinks trolley.
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Furious fans said it just didn’t make sense that some skaters had bulkier props than others, as one wrote: “What the hell, someone has a feather boa and someone else has a double bed in props week, how is that fair?"
A second penned: “Props week and someone has a double bed and someone else has a FEATHER BOA???? How are they on any level of equality?”
And a third wrote: “I mean you can’t really compare a flag & feather bow to a full on double bed."
“Tho some of the skates were good, I don't like prop week, I find it unfair that they all get different props + some who don't use them much still get scored high,” a fourth person voiced.
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And a fifth said: “I think prop week is abit unfair on some couples because some props are more easy to deal with than others which are more difficult to skate with.”
During last night’s show it was Joey Essex who fared the best, alongside pro partner Vanessa Bauer.
The judges loved the performance, which landed him his highest score of the series yet at 36.5 out of 40.
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