Happy Mondays star Bez thinks he’s leaving Dancing On Ice at the right time after being kicked out of the show on Sunday when he finished skating with Corrie actress Sally Dynevor
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The Happy Mondays star, 57, was kicked off the show on Sunday after he finished skating with Opening the street actress, Sally Dynevor, 58 years old.
The hit show was found under fire Recently, after viewers accused the judges of showing favoritism to some contestants.
With magnetic maracas and mandatory helmets, Bez brought moments of sheer fun to the show – but many fans thought he should have left in week three.
The star is taken yesterday with a mile wide smile as he left his hotel in London with some of his memorabilia from his time on the ice.
And despite missing out on a live performance every weekend with his dance partner Angela Egan, the father-of-three says it was the right call from the judges.
He explained: “I feel relieved. At the end of the day, I know I’ve reached the end of the road,” reported The Sun.
“My old bones, my old knees, my old back – they shouted in protest. Old bones, old knees, my old back – they shouted in protest. So this is the right time for me to come out. .
Bez also said he is happy to still be able to play the maracas, adding: “Anything that degrades my ability to hold a pair of maracas would be a tragedy and of course I also slip because I’m dependent depends on his feet to dance and get drunk.”
The musician might be happy to be out, but the two stars still on the show are facing some backlash.
Regan Gascoigne, 26, whose father is former footballer Paul Gascoigne, loves to win the show – however he has danced professionally for many years.
Fans claim that his experience with the musical theater and dance troupe Qdos Entertainment has given him an unfair advantage.
However, reality TV star Bianca Gascoigne’s brother pointed out to The Mirror that “dancing is different from skating”.
On Sunday’s show, viewers were annoyed when the star was given a high score despite still stumbling during the daily competition.
“Once again, Regan got a very high score, he didn’t complete the judges’ challenge but jumped and then tripped,” said one fan.
Former pro Brendan, 45, scored his first goal of the series at the weekend against interim teammate Brendyn Hatfield.
But, again, fans were not pleased with a tweet: “Night Dancing on the ice become the Fix on Ice! Brendan put his mate on the jury and she gave him a 10 while giving the others up to 2 points lower than the other judges! ” one angry viewer tweeted. ”
However, Bez, stuck with his former colleagues, said Sun : “For everyone, we are all in the same boat. Everyone has to learn how to skate and it’s a difficult skill to learn. ”
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