Not everyone is in love with Ed Balls' ongoing presence on Strictly Come Dancing, if The Sun is to be believed.
The tabloid is reporting that the show's producers and judges are squabbling over the former MP's success.
Privately they think it's making a mockery of the show.
The ex-shadow chancellor, 49, has survived to dance another show this weekend, despite low marks and his, let's say, alternative moves.
A paper insider said: "The judges publicly say Ed is entertaining because he is.
"But privately they think it's making a mockery of the show if he gets to the final as there are so many talented dancers this year."
In 2008, ex-political journalist John Sergeant pulled out of the show because, he said, winning would have been “a joke too far”.
Ed and his dancing partner Katya Jones, 27, got their highest score at the weekend — 27 out of 40.
“He’s improving week upon week and that’s what the show’s all about… it was spot on for me as a Strictly dance,” he told Digital Spy, referring to the weekend's routine.
“Some of the contestants come under criticism because they’ve danced before so it’s not that difficult for them, but it is very difficult for them… it’s just a lot more difficult for somebody that’s not done it!”