DANCING On Ice fans all shared the same complaint after feeling dizzy and unable to watch last night’s show.
The second episode of the ITV show aired Sunday night – and viewers were treated to a performance from main judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
The couple showed off their dance moves in Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
Their amazing performance was one of a kind because for the first time on the show, their dance was filmed using a drone.
However, the new angles and fast movements of the camera left many fans unimpressed and begged the show to never use it again.
One person wrote on Twitter: “Love #DancingOnIce but ohh the drone scene makes me feel dizzy.”
One second said: “I never knew that watching from a drone could cause Motion sickness… .. Until I watch tonight #DancingOnIce, please don’t do it again. .”
A third added: “Please give a warning first or better never use that drone for procedural filming again.”
“Clinging to conventional camera work Drones are nauseating,” the fourth person simply added.
The fifth begged: “Terrible filming using a drone on #dancingonice. Don’t do that again ITV.”
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Meanwhile others don’t bother choosing equipment at all and are speechless because of their amazing habits.
Another said: “@torvillanddean Thanks for those great casual lore. Love #Dancingonice.”
A second wrote: “I don’t think we’ll see two more in sync than Torvill and Dean… #mesmerizing #Dancingonice #DOI.”
“Such an amazing and breathtaking performance by Torvill and Dean with the drone, it feels like we’re flying haha! Well done Jayne and Chris and I want the drones back back soon,” a third person tweeted.
The pair are former British, European, Olympic and World ice dancers who won their first gold medal at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics.
They have been creative directors of the skating competition since it first aired in 2006 and took on the role of judges on the 10th series in 2018.
Last night Dancing On Ice is considered a “fix” after Ben Foden was the first celebrity to be eliminated following an intense skating match with ITV star Ria Hebden.
Former England rugby player Ben was the first to arrive on Sunday’s show, performing on Ricky Martin’s Livin’ la Vida Loca routine.
His hip wiggles and jumps, and lifts with professional partner Robin Johnstone, earned him 23 out of 40 possible points.
He didn’t get enough public votes to keep him out of the bottom two.
After an intense skating session, new judge Oti Mabuse told Ben: “I’ll vote for the couple that takes more risks and is more fun.”
And Ashley Banjo commented: “Well done to both of you, skateboarding is never easy but I chose this one for incorporating more elements into the skateboard.”
On Twitter, viewers called the results a “fix”, as one viewer said: “Shameful choice from the judges tonight. Neither was great but at least Ben skated one Think Chris and Jayne are failing the plot … very unfair.”
Another scoffed: “Can’t believe Ben was voted down thinking he was so much better at skating performances than Lorraine’s friend, of course that played no part in the dropout. promissory note.”
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