Don’t Rock The Boat viewers have been left confused over the letters from home segment in the final episode.
In the series finale of the ITV reality competition, the two celebrity teams gave it their all as they continued to row the entire length of Britain, with one group hoping to emerge as the winners.
One particular task saw the celebs racing to climb down a ladder hanging from the edge of a cliff, as each team member collected a buoy, which contained a note from their loved ones.
The blue team ultimately won the round, and also garnered a tactical advantage to help them in the next race.
After the challenge was done, the teams were allowed to return to their campsites so they could read the messages they had obtained.
However, fans at home were baffled over the choice for the stars to receive letters from home, as they argued that they had only been away from their houses for just over a week.
Many also noted the fact that the celebs had also been allowed access to their mobile phones, giving them the opportunity to keep in contact with friends and family.
Some even compared the segment to a similar feature often shown towards the end of each series in fellow ITV show, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Taking to Twitter, one questioned: ‘So… why are they getting emotional letters from home? When they have their phones and have been in contact the whole time???’
Another confused fan added: ‘Letters from home?… they go on a holiday abroad for longer.’
‘Letters from home!! They’ve only been gone a week,’ a viewer wrote.
The red team ultimately won the series, completing their journey across the sea in one hour and four minutes.
As the news was revealed, team member Adam Thomas said: ‘It feels amazing, it really does man. I’m so happy!’
The Don’t Rock The Boat golden oar was later handed to Fleur East, who dedicated the big win to her late father, who died earlier this year.
Don’t Rock The Boat is available to stream on ITV Hub.
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