The Strictly Come Dancing 2015 judges have been accused of 'fixing' who gets through.
Pro dancer Ola Jordan - who has confirmed she's QUIT the show - has suggested that the panel use their scores to help or hinder the celebrities.
On Strictly the bottom two is decided by a combination of viewer votes and judges' scores, meaning a high or low score from the panel can help a celeb either avoid or fall into the dance off on Sunday nights.
Ola claimed: “Some of the marking is way off. People are over-marked and under-marked.
“As a dancer, you can’t cheat me. I know who has been over-marked and who has been under-marked.”
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Ola said she didn't want "to come across like I’m bitter" as she continued: "In my opinion they know how many votes people scored in the previous weeks and then they try to influence their position on the leader board. Why else would they over-mark someone?
“All the pros talk about the marking. We ask each other, ‘What is all that about? Why are they trying to over-mark that person?’."
Ola added: “If the show is not fair, it takes the fun out of it. The leader board is very important. If someone is in the wrong place it puts them in massive trouble. People don’t appreciate how important it is. It is not just the votes.”
A spokesperson for the BBC hit back at Ola's claims, branding them "nonsense".
They added: “Each judge scores each dance independently, based on its merits and on their expert opinion.”
Meanwhile, Ola said of deciding to leave Strictly: "I've been thinking about it for a long time. It’s a huge thing as Strictly has been such a massive part of my life for so long and I’ve made so many great friends, but it’s time to go.
“I don’t want to be part of the show if I’m just making up the numbers. I’ve been offered loads of incredible opportunities, including a tour with Arlene Phillips. I’m really excited about what the future holds.”
For now, Strictly airs this Saturday and Sunday night on BBC One.