Dancing on Ice judge Jason Gardiner blasts Gemma Collins' 'lame' routine as fans claim panel has a 'vendetta' against her
The Towie star danced to Destiny's Child hit Survivor after a couple of drama-filled weeks, which included an on-air row with judge Jason.
Tonight the 47-year-old risked round two with Gemma as he criticised her performance.
After she told the ice panel: "I tried my best, I gave it a go and I had fun, I loved it," he replied: "The problem is, this is a competition.
"The choreography was lamely executed, I need more from you, I want to see you improve."
Taking it on the chin, Gemma, 38, insisted: "I really loved it this week.
"The judges are just confusing me this week, you said last week Ashley, 'you're better off trying than not doing it, I tried the moves and I took your advice."
As Ashley explained his low score and his previous comments, Gemma replied: "I'm a work in progress."
Meanwhile Jayne Torvill also had some criticism, telling her: "You didn't really complete any of the elements, but thank you for giving them a go."
However viewers weren't impressed by the judges comments, with many feeling like the panel has a 'vendetta' against The GC.
One wrote on Twitter: "@missgemcollins Go Gemma! Shocking scores from the judges! I think you have come on so much and @officialJasonG is ‘skating if thin ice’ for being a bully! #keepgoing #DancingOnIce."
Another tweeted: "Gemma Collins will never get fair scores because they're judging her and not her dancing. #DancingOnIce #DOI."
A third agreed, writing: "Do think the judges can execute their comments and critique a bit nicer… they seem to have a vendetta against Gemma even though she has done so much better this week."
Gemma's performance came after she shared a clip of her following over again during dress rehearsal with her professional partner Matt Evers.
Thankfully the pair saw the funny side as they lay on the floor and laughed.
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