STRICTLY Come Dancing fans have all made the same complaint about Craig Revel Horwood in the grand final.
Viewers flooded social media to pick out how the judge was trying his best to find flaws in each dance despite it being the final show.
Fans were furious at Craig in tonight’s show
He was seen dishing out criticism to Hamza and Jowita
Craig, 57, was joined by his fellow judges Shirley Ballas, Anton Du Beke and Motsi Mabuse on the panel for the final tonight.
Despite fans having hopes he would be full of compliments for each dance, fans were upset to see he was back to his old ways.
The first two dances, performed by Hamza Yassin and Molly Rainford, saw him try and nit pick things that went wrong.
He could be heard telling Hamza, 32, and his pro partner Jowita Prystal the areas in which they could improve.
But Craig was met by boos from the audience, who clearly were unhappy about how the judge was critiquing the dancers.
Fans at home agreed, as they flooded Twitter to hit out that he was “so annoying” for not “just being positive in the final”.
“CRAIG YOU ARE SO ANNOYING! UGH,” one wrote, as another chimed in: “Oh bore off Craig, be nice about it.”
“Shut up Craig there is no need for that in the final,” a third said, while a fourth added: “Can Craig please cheer up?”
A fifth concluded: “Craig the scores don’t even count tonight!”
Others agreed, and pointed out it was the fans at home who would have the final say on who would win the show tonight.
“Judges scores should be dropped in the final, it’s not like it matters anyway,” one wrote. “What’s the point.”
“Waste of space having the judges, why bother as according to them, they haven’t improved,” a second pointed out.
It comes after Strictly Come Dancing fans all said the same thing about Claudia Winkleman’s all-white outfit tonight.
This evening marks the final of this year’s series of the BBC dance competition.
Countryfile’s Hamza Yassin, TV presenter Helen Skelton, children TV presenter Molly Rainford and singer Fleur East are the four celebrities left in the show.