Gymnast Amy Tinkler, who won the Olympic medal, was chosen in a clean round from Dancing on Ice by the judges

on Sunday

Dancing on Ice fans battled it out at the show and the judges after Amy Tinkler picked up the shoe from the show on Sunday night, claiming she had so much more to give and earned higher scores

And others have argued that with so many participants who have already left this series, no one should be voted out this week

County Durham gymnast Amy only made her third appearance on the rink this weekend, having stood up for injured Denise Van Outen a few weeks ago

After her energetic first skate to Irene Cara’s fame, some Dancing on Ice viewers predicted that Amy, the 2016 Olympic soil bronze medalist and 2015 British all-around champion, could do a Kelvin Fletcher with ex-Emmerdale actor Strictly in 2019 after replacing Jamie Laing

She received positive scores and feedback from the judges, especially from John Barrowman, for her debut skate, but she found herself at the bottom of the rankings after all of the Love Week performances despite some impressive lifts

21-year-old Bishop Auckland sports star Amy and professional partner Joe Johnson took on the roles of Bonnie and Clyde for a routine for Willich’s Bang Bang, but has been criticized by the judges, especially John, for doing the Did not understand the characterization correctly

Amy’s score of 29 wasn’t enough to keep her out of the skate off where she found herself next to rapper Lady Leshurr.After both couples re-emerged, all four judges decided to save Lady Leshurr and Amy and Joe’s fate to seal

And after Dancing on Ice sent them a goodbye message on Twitter, fans quickly condemned the result

One tweeted: “Very disappointed Dancing on Ice The lifts are exciting and entertaining to see !! Isn’t that part of being able to skate?”

In reference to these feelings, another wrote: “Devastating Shouldn’t have been in skate And shouldn’t have started What a great couple Such a joy to see and Amy is such a talented skater and performer”

Others argued that no one should have gone home this week Joe-Warren Plant withdrew due to a positive Covid test and Jason Donovan did not show up on Sunday because he sustained a back injury

One tweeted, “Just absolutely stupid decisions from judges on this series, Amy should have stayed or at least no one should have left, and if someone fails next week it will only get worse,” and, in agreement, another grumbled : “Why retire this week when a couple is moving out and Jason can’t skate? You’re ruining your own show with incomprehensible decisions”

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