STRICTLY Come Dancing fans think they've spotted a feud between two of the show's biggest stars.
Viewers pointed to a discrepancy in one judge's treatment of two performances on Saturday night.
Fans are sharing their frustration after seeing a judge appearing to take sides and point out mistakes with some celebs and not others.
Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin wowed the live audience with an Argentine Tango and won a standing ovation from judges Motsi Mabuse and Shirley Ballas.
Anton Du Beke, Motsi and Shirley also awarded the West End star 10 points each.
But Craig Revel Horwood refused to pick up his '10' paddle and offered the actor 9 points instead.
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One viewer moaned: "Come on Craig dig out your ten for once."
Another said: "Not buying it, Craig. Layton and Nikita deserved 40."
Layton topped the leaderboard regardless, while Angela Rippon and Krishnan Guru-Murthy faced each other in the dance off on Sunday night.
Angela made a blatant mistep that was picked up by fans at home, and they soon aired their frustrations on Twitter when she was saved by Anton, Craig and Motsi – despite Shirley saying she saw the mistake and would have saved Krishnan.
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Taking to X, formerly Twitter, one said: "Only Angela's mistakes. He doesn't ignore Bobby's or Laytons etc."
Another echoed: "Craig not giving Layton & Nikita a 10 for the smallest reason but voting for Angela in the dance off with all the errors is a farce."
It comes as The Sun revealed some of the biggest behind the scenes feuds in Strictly's history.
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