ITV has released the full voting figures and percentages for Dancing On Ice 2011 today, contradicting the results put out by Phillip Schofield two days ago. According to the Dancing On Ice host then, Johnson had topped the vote eight weeks of the 12 on the show, however it now seems this was far from accurate.
Originally it was claimed that Johnson had topped the voting in week 4, however new stats reveal this vote was actually won by Kerry Katona. Sam and Comedy Dave also both received more votes than Johnson, who was placed fourth in the public voting leaderboard. Similarly in Week 6 it was actually Laura Hamilton who topped the public vote, as opposed to Johnson was previously claimed.
The voting figures also reveal whether or not the judges' decisions agreed with the public vote. In week 3, the panel sent home Steven Arnold above Dominic Cork - however Arnold had 4.3% of the vote compared with Cork's 2.4%. Week 6's controversial elimination of Comedy Dave over Kerry Katona also proved a wrong choice, with Dave achieving 2% more of the public backing than Kerry.
However in a twist of fate, Week 7 the judges then sent home Kerry over Jeff Brazier, who had received fewer votes than her that week. In Week 8 Laura Hamilton came bottom of the public leaderboard, with the judges saving her ahead of Vanilla Ice who had seen more votes.
ITV blamed the initially incorrect results on a "script error" last night.