Whyment challenged the negative remarks he got from Robin Cousins, Katarina Witt and Louie Spence for his 'Don't Look Back In Anger' routine, claiming that he was proud of his improvement on the ice.
"When they said it was emotionless it really annoyed me, because you put a lot of hard work into it. It's not like you just turn up on a Sunday and do the show; you train for two hours a day and I actually thought I'd skated really well," Whyment told This Morning.
"As far as I was concerned it was called Dancing on Ice and not Emotion on Ice and I thought I skated better. I was just a bit upset."
Whyment and his pro skating partner Vicky Ogden will be taking part in the Dancing on Ice tour and the soap star confessed that he was pleased to be getting a short break from the ice before heading out on the UK jaunt.
"I knew I was never going to win it, so I'm glad I'm out now, so I can have a couple of weeks off before we start rehearsals for the tour," he said.
"You kind of get wrapped up in the Dancing on Ice bubble and last week I was only home for a day and a half and I've got two young children. My wife has been fantastic; she really has and I'm just made up that I'm out now and can spend a bit of time with them."
Dancing on Ice continues this Sunday (March 11) with Props Week.
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