Fans are furious after Rhys Stephenson scored a perfect ten on Strictly Come Dancing.
They took to social media to vent their anger and claimed that his version of the Charleston was worse than AJ Odudu’s Charleston last week.
AJ received a score of 39 for the same dance while Rhys earnt the perfect score of 40.
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Rhys “melted fans hearts” with his emotional reaction after receiving his score but despite his achievements fans thought AJ “deserved better”.
Strictly fans were not convinced by the judges marking and labelled it “inconsistent” with some even claiming that AJ was “robbed”.
One commenter said: “Craig gave #RhysandNancy 10 for Charleston with same comment he gave #AJandKai but only gave them 9! Voting isn’t consistent!”
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Another commented: “I’m sorry but am I the only one who didn’t like that Charleston? AJ was absolutely robbed last week.”
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The shocked comments didn’t stop: “And now Rhys getting a 40 when AJs was clean last week and got 39…”
One fan even suggested the judges were under the influence, he said: “What are the judges on tonight? Some bizarre marking and harsher on some than others who maybe need a bit more hard feedback.”
This week Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host as the remaining couples bring more brand new routines to the Strictly ballroom.
This weekend the couples are not only dancing for the judges’ scores and the public’s votes at home but also for a coveted place in next week’s Musicals Special.
Strictly is on now and started at 18:40, (13 November). It can be caught up with BBC Iplayer.
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