Dancing on Ice viewers slam judges for having 'favourites' after Kimberly and Connor's high scores

DANCING On Ice fans think Kimberly Wyatt and Connor Ball are the judges’ favourite and they keep over marking them.

The Vamps musician, 25, and Pussycat Dolls singer, 40, have won high scores and praises from the judges' panel of famous faces.

Sunday's episode saw Coronation Street, Sally Dynevor, voted off but Kimberly had a great night scoring her first ever 10s from the judges.

Taking to Twitter to discuss her place on the skating show, one person wrote: "I’m no professional but it’s clear that the judges have favourites."

Another added: "Has @dancingonice borrowed the judges glasses from last nights controversial boxing result? Some dodgy scoring here. Stop having favourites and mark on merit and talent please."

And a third wrote: "I am really getting fed up with the judges having there favourites and showing it in the marks."

Fans' criticism comes after Connor was taken straight to medics to get stitches forhis painful skate fall on last night's show.

Last night he took a nasty tumble with partner Alexandra Schaumann and her blade sliced his leg.

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While he managed to finish the routine with a smile, Connor needed medical treatment and filmed himself getting stitches backstage.

Skating with a mop in his hands during the pirate theme routine, Connor's prop got tangled in his partner's skate as he tried to spin her round.

After the routine, host Phillip Schofield said: "We're gutted for you. Are you OK?"

Connor replied: "I don't want to look at what's going on under here."

Pro skater Alexandra chipped in: "It's bleeding."

Connor then said: "The blade went into my leg."

"This score would have been so much higher but you couldn't quite hold on to it. Well done."

Judge Ashley Banjo was full of praise for the duo and said: "Anyone who wonders if Dancing On Ice is dangerous, there you go. It was such a good performance. 

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