ITV Dancing on Ice fans says they feel 'sick' after drone shot
ITV’s Dancing on Ice is back with a bang, and fans are already loving every minute of it.
The celebrity skating competition stars a number of familiar faces this year, including The Vamps singer Connor Ball, presenter Ria Hebden and ex-Strictly pro Brendan Cole.
Last week, Ria found herself at the bottom of the pile which means tonight she will have to skate against the lowest scoring celeb from tonight’s show.
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At this end of tonight's show, head judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean took to the ice for a special performance to Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - but there was a twist.
The ice dance was filmed entirely using a drone, which some viewers thought was quite controversial. Some fans of the show said the filming technique made them feel rather seasick.
One viewer said: "Not sure I like the drone tbh - I prefer to see them skate - see their use of their blades, their expressions, their grace. The drone is too much movement - distracting and reduces the pleasure of watching them skate. "
Another said: "That’s just made me feel slightly motion sick"
"Dancing On Ice tonight has been great so far but not so sure about the drone! I had to turn away because it was making me dizzy. Love Jane and Chris though," one dizzy viewer said.
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"Sorry Dancing On Ice but that drone shot was not great for me. Not one to watch when you're feeling nauseous already," one viewer said.
"Please #DancingOnIce don't use the drone again like that...dizzy! It was a stupid idea"
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