Starstruck fans weren’t impressed when Cher won the first series despite no public votes

Viewers who watched the final episode of the ITV singing show Starstruck were disappointed to realize they couldn’t vote for their favorite contestant on Saturday night.

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Starstruck: Cher performer crowned series champion

The brand new ITV series Starstruck came to an end on Saturday night when one lucky contestant walked away with £50,000.

The singing competition organized by Olly Murs saw ordinary people transform into their favorite singers of the night and compete against each other.

The final episode saw the impersonations of Cher, Billie Eilish, Tina Turner and Freddie Mercury, as well as Barbra Streisand and Lionel Richie.

All six wannabe singers took to the stage to perform one more time for judges Sheridan Smith, Adam Lambert, Jason Manford and Beverley Knight.

However, even though there is a jury, it is actually the live studio audience that chooses the winner.

The brand new ITV series Starstruck came to an end on Saturday night as one lucky contestant walked away with £50,000

At the end of the show, presenter Olly Murs revealed that Rachel had won the show as Cher – and thus had earned £50,000.

However, many viewers watching at home were not impressed with the result and thought that someone else should have won.

“It’s an anti-#Starstruck climax,” one person tweeted, while another said: “Billie Eilish has been robbed. I swear Cher is imitating #Starstruck.”

Some viewers weren’t happy when Cher pretending to be Rachel won the ITV show

Another posted: “#Starstruck Tina should have won!! Full pack already… Cher really is one of the worst!”

Another viewer asserted: “#starstruck Barbara by all means…. Cher is definitely imitating! You can see that from the very first word.”

Others felt it would be fairer if the large British public voted instead.

“Mmm. Need a public vote – not just the studio audience. Congratulations to the #Starstruck winner,” one person said.

Judge Sheridan Smith was impressed with all six finalists on Saturday night

Another tweeted: #Starstruck got a proper audience vote for the entire public to vote sorry he came last out of 6 #whatajoke finalists. “

The third added: “Next season’s #Starstruck needs to allow viewers to vote for our winners.”

ITV recently confirmed that Starstruck will be returning for a second series.

Head of Entertainment Katie Rawcliffe said: “Starstruck is a wonderful addition to our glittering Saturday night schedule, with a stellar cast, impressive transformations and outstanding vocals that prove to be outstanding. an instant hit in the hearts of the audience.”

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