The Dancing On Ice 2014 judges have found themselves being giving a telling off over their low scores.
In Sunday night's live show we saw Christopher Dean get rather angry with the panel over their low scoring of Beth Tweddle.
He ranted after the Olympian failed to get 10s for her latest performances: "That was the hardest routine tonight, it had flow, it had the moves, it had rhythm.
"I disagree with them [the judges] and I give them [Beth and Lukaz] a ten.
"And for her first skate I would give her a ten for that too. She's technically one of the best skaters here."
And according to DOI host Phillip Schofiled, Chris got quite wound up by the judges' marks for the first ever time in the show's history.
Fortunately for Beth despite her relatively low scores she still made it through to the final suggesting she's close to topping the public vote.
But it wasn't the first time this year that the marking from the panel has been called into question, even by the show's own stars.
Eliminated Sam Attwater complained this week: “There have been times on the show when scores have been given that have baffled me and I’ve thought, ‘I deserve more’.
“There is not enough recognition of how technical things are. After one skate, Chris told me our routine was the toughest of them all.”
The last ever episode of Dancing On Ice airs on Sunday night with the all stars final on ITV.
Browse pictures of the celebs on the ice from Sunday evening below...