DANCING On Ice’s Lou Sanders laughed as her pal branded the judges “blind” and “s***e” after her shock exit from the show.
Comedian Lou, 38, was eliminated in a double elimination alongside Emmerdale star Roxy Shahidi, 40, last night.
And after getting home, she re-posted a hilarious poem written by her friend, who had made some eyebrow-raising jibes at the panel.
Lou’s pal had written on Instagram, “Oh Lou oh Lou, You legend you. That wee beautiful face, Skated with such beautiful grace.
“Them judges obvs were blind tonight, Voting my Lou out was a bag of dicks s***e. As promised, ima write you a poem every Sunday As we know Wednesday is when ‘ cat mums’ play.
“Tonight for you babes i’ll like light a candle, Because on the ice you were too hot to handle. I know that’s why they really let you go, Because you stole the entire show.”
The actress added, “Hahaha,” after sharing the Story.
Thankfully, Diversity star Ashley Banjo was in the all clear as he was absent from the ITV show this week.
But his stand-in Johnny Weir, as well as Torvil and Dean and Oti Mabuse were targeted by Lou’s friend.
Just two weeks ago, Dancing on Ice got caught up in a fix row as viewers slammed the judges for “under-marking” Lou and her skating partner Brendyn Hatfield.
Those at home took to social media to complain about the “unfair” scoring after the contestants took to the ice for Movie Week.
Lou was scored a total of 22 out of 40 after all four judges gave her a 5.5 each after her performance to rom-com movie Bridesmaids, with hit Wilson Phillips hit track Hold On.
Following the results, TV host Holly Willoughby told Lou: “That’s a big improvement in your score from last week, you’ve been working very hard this week,” to which Lou replied: “Inconsistently bad.”
Oti justified her score by saying: “I know the scores are low but you have improved from last week – it’s just little things you need to work on, your posture, taking your shoulders back but still leaning forward.
“It’s just little things but you are what the show is about.
“You are about starting not so great but getting better throughout the weeks, so don’t give up, you are brilliant and you can do it.”
Lou responded: “I’m good when no ones watching.”
While Christopher Dean provided some constructive feedback and said: “I think when you’re landing the lifts, you’ve got to concentrate on the core and find the ice and stand up and be strong and you’ll be positive then.
“And on the crossovers, make sure they crossover.
“But it was an improvement, we’re getting better and that’s where we want to go.”
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