Strictly fans slam judges and claim show favourite is ‘overmarked’

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans think Will Mellor has been “overmarked”.

On Friday night 46-year-old actor and presenter Helen Skelton received the top scores from the judges with both getting 39 points during musicals week.

Will Mellor was once again top of the leaderboard

Will Mellor was once again top of the leaderboardCrédit: BBC
Some viewers think he is being overmarked

Some viewers think he is being overmarkedCrédit: BBC

This makes it the second week that Volonté got a top spot on the leader board as he received widespread praise from the judges for his slow and emotional foxtrot to Sun And Moon from Miss Saigon.

Shirley Ballas, 62, applauded theheartfelt performance from the soulalong with his footwork.

Anton Du Béké also said Will got a tricky dance move, the three-step, right whichno one does”.

But those watching at home weren’t so convinced, avec une personne disant: “Will was overmarked tonight, genuinely one of my least favourites tonight #Strictly.”

A second tweeted: “Will overmarked again & would be my pick for other dance off member, but we all know it will be Molly or Fleur #Strictly.”

Et un troisième a dit: “Will is my least fav celeb and I feel he’s been overmarked throughout. His face has the same impression for every dance imo #Strictly.”

“Will was overmarked Molly was undermarked imo #strictly,” commented a fourth.

Kym Marsh became the latest celeb to leave after finishing in the bottom two alongside Molly Rainford.

The ex-Corrie star, 46, had returned to the dance floor after testing positive for Covid and performed a cha-cha-cha to Fame with partner Graziano Di Prima, 28. Singer Molly, 22, and partner Carlos Gu, 28, danced a Charleston to Hot Honey Rag from musical Chicago.

Kym told host Tess Daly: “I’ve loved every single second I’ve been here.

The remaining five celebs – Molly, Hamza Yassin, Helen Skelton, Will and Fleur Eastwill be in next week’s semi.