DANCING On Ice fans were left unimpressed with the level of noise in the studio audience during last night’s live show.
Viewers described it like ‘being at a loud soft play’ when trying to watch their favourite celebrities take to the ice for the first time.
Taking to Twitter to comment on the sounds before, during and after each skate, one person wrote: “Whilst its nice to have an audience back, can you please ask them NOT TO SHOUT/SCREAM sooo loud it spoils the performances!!!!!!🤬🤬”
A second raged: “Great your back and live audience. However, the audience screaming and shouting so loud can't hear the music or enjoy it at all! They have to turn it down a notch.2
While a third commented: “Just remembered why I didn't watch last series of Dancing On Ice .Too much screaming from the audience.”
And a fourth said: “I wish this audience would stop screaming and shouting on dancing on ice.”
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"I couldn't watch. Too much screaming. Like kids at a soft play," moaned another.
During last year’s series there was no live audience due to Covid and instead fake noises were played into the studio.
Last night Ekin-Su Culculoglu found herself at the bottom of the leader board and is now at risk of going home.
Nile Wilson, who delivered an emotional dance to Harry Styles' Sign Of The Times, received the highest score of the night from the judges of 29.5.
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The next highest score from the judges was for Joey Essex, who received 27 points and widespread praise for his and professional skating partner Vanessa Bauer's sophisticated ice dance – which featured a lunge and a lift.
The lowest scores went to former Liberty X member Michelle Heaton, 43, and former EastEnders actress Patsy Palmer, 50, who were criticised by the judges for their "nerves" and looks of "terror".
The Wanted boy band member Siva Kaneswaran, 34, and his professional partner Klabera Komini were given thumps up for their technical skating moves like the twizzle and the hoover and scored 24.
Next week will welcome to the ice ex-footballer John Fashanu and professional Alexandra Schauman; Coronation Street actress Mollie Gallagher and professional Sylvain Longchambon and comedian Darren Harriott and professional Tippy Packard.
Drag queen The Vivienne, who won the first series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK, will skate with professional Colin Grafton, while soap star and West End musicals performer Carley Stenson completes the line-up with professional Mark Hanretty.
At the end of the episode, the couples with the lowest combined score from each show will compete in a skate-off to see who leaves the competition.
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