Strictly Come Dancing has found itself embroiled in another fix row this week.
It comes just days after pro dancer Ola Jordan accused the show's judges of rigging their marks to keep certain celebs in.
The latest claims of a fix come after Sunday night's results show where Peter Andre beat Jamelia in the dance off.
It was Jamelia's fifth appearance in the bottom two but many felt that she out-danced Peter, who was last on the leaderboard.
Speaking it Strictly's It Takes Two, Jamelia sparked speculation over the result by commenting: "I think we did a great last dance.
"But it wasn't until they re-recorded Pete's standing ovation, I'd say that was the moment we knew we were going home."
However a spokesperson for the BBC explained Jamelia's comments: "Following Peter's performance in the dance off, for which he received a standing ovation from the audience, continuity shots were taken during a break in filming to reset the dance floor.
"These extra opportunities to capture audience reaction are standard practice in recording TV shows of this nature."
Following Sunday's show, viewers lashed out at the judges for saving Peter despite him performing even WORSE in the dance-off.
One claimed that the panel had "lost all credibility" after the decision.
Bizarrely, the latest complaints come after it was previously claimed that the judges actually wanted Peter OUT of the competition.
The Sun newspaper reported earlier in the month that Peter felt he was being penalised by the panel for not signing up for next year's tour.
A source told the tabloid at the time: “Pete believes he’ll be denied the Glitterball as they want the winner on tour at all costs."
For now, Strictly continues this Saturday and Sunday night on BBC One.