DANCING on Ice viewers have slammed the show as a fix over the three professional dancer finalists.
Tonight’s finale sees former Strictly pro Brendan Cole, Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt and dancer Regan Gascoigne compete for the title.
Kimberly burst into tears at her 40 – which was the same as the other finalists
But viewers have been left furious over the finalists all being professional dancers.
And in tonight’s performances each has been assisted by extra professionals for their performances.
The three couples, who opened the show with a joint dance to OneRepublic’s I Lived, will perform two dances before it is whittled down to the last two contestants.
Regan opened the final with a perfect score of 40 for his performance to Step In Time by Mary Poppins Original London Cast.
The 26-year-old, who was cheered on from the audience by his mother Sheryl and sister Bianca, was told his performance could have been from a professional West End show.
Kimberly Wyatt followed with a full-score of 40 for her performance to Joni Mitchell’s River.
And Brendan also achieved top scores from the judges for his first performance – despite stumbling in his routine.
And it all left viewers furiously labelling the show a fix.
One wrote: “Dancing on Ice is such a fix man #DancingOnIce”
A second said: “My god these scores are actually such a f***ing fix #doi #dancingonice”
Another added: “I’m sorry but Brendan had a mistake in his routine how can you then give him full marks #DancingOnIce fix.”
A fourth said: “THAT IS A BLOODY FIX HE STUMBLED #DancingOnIce”
A fifth commented: “Hello ITV are u reading these tweets.,, we are all saying the same, it’s a fix ffs! Sort out your judges and make them judge fairly #dancingonice”
As is tradition, they will perform to Ravel’s Bolero ahead of the last public vote, inspired by judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean’s 1984 Winter Olympics skating performance.
The class of Dancing On Ice 2022 will also perform all together for a final time, including Happy Mondays star Bez, Love Island contestant Liberty Poole and singer Rachel Stevens.