EKIN-SU Cülcüloğlu's shock exit from Dancing on Ice has sparked a fan "fix" row.
The Love Island star broke down in tears after an emotional skate-off saw her dumped from the show.
She's the third celebrity to leave the competition – and fans furiously claimed she didn't have a fair shot.
That's despite it being a public vote and then a second chance to perform in the dance-off.
"Tonight's dance off was a total fix," ranted one viewer.
"No way @ekinsuofficial was the worst dancer. She was definitely way better Anyone else agree?"
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Another added: "Shocked they chose Ekin over Patsy. I think they realise Patsy has a bigger UK following for votes. Keep going Ekin the shows in the uk are fixed."
Someone else said: "#PatsyPalmer had a “cleaner skate” because she hardly skated. She got carried around the ice like a 2 year old in a supermarket… This show is a load of horse**** is a #fix each year. What a load of s***."
A viewer added: "Fix fix fix fix fix #DancingOnIce what a load of ballllll."
Time was up for Love Island ace Ekin-Su on Sunday night, as she faced Patsy Palmer in the dreaded Dancing on Ice skate-off.
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All four of the skate competition's judges chose to save Patsy over Ekin-Su, leaving the former Love Island winner in floods of tears.
Ekin-Su achieved a 23/40 in her original dance, matching her score from the previous week and placing her bottom of the leaderboard.
This came after she was revealed to have pulled a muscle just hours before the show started, forcing her to ditch a move from her routine.
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