STRICTLY fans are convinced they have spotted a new feud as one judge ‘undermarked’ a show favourite.
Viewers flocked to social media to share their theories.
Eagled-eyed Strictly fans reckon judge Craig Revel Horwood has been far too harsh on his scores for Helen Skelton and Gorka.
Strictly fans complained about it on Twitter after the duo just missed out on a perfect 10 score.
One said: “Who should have been in the dance off, if not Fleur??? Everyone is of a good standard. Helen was undermarked by Craig( 5, really?). She was mid table same as Molly who danced the best of the night, in my opinion.”
Another said: “Helen, without a doubt. Craig should have done ‘that thing’ that he doesnt do… but should have.”
A third chimed in: “Marking all over the place imo Helen undermarked Fleur over marked.”
A fourth added: “38 is undermarked I’m sorry Fleur didn’t even deserve that, and if that’s the case then Helen was heavily undermarked also and Fleur’s was nowhere near as good as Helen’s quickstep and they only had 1 point difference.”
Meanwhile Strictly fans complained its spin off show on BBC2 had technical issues meaning there was a sound delay during the interview.
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Viewers moaned about the lag as Rylan quizzed the duo about their hopes for the semi-finals.
A technical mishap saw a three second delay during a live video call to a barn in Yorkshire where Helen was filming Countryfile.
Rylan explained: “Now before we chat we should let viewers at home know as well that because of some technical issues there is a three second delay so wish us luck – this is television!”
Fans flocked to Twitter to talk about the ‘awkward’ interview.
One said: “I love that technology exists to talk to astronauts in space, but getting a video feed from Helen’s farm without technical issues and a massive delay is impossible.”
A second said: ““Is anyone else finding this interview really awkward with all these silences?”
Helen also addressed it, saying: “Listen the three second delay is the least of your problems you’ve got horses, cows and bulls that could break free at any second.”