Former EastEnders actor Todd, who was asked back for DOI's 'All Stars' special, was voted through to next week following his skate with partner Alexandra Schauman on Sunday night's show (12 January).
Jason, who is a judge on the ITV reality show, was left disappointed with the skate, and has since said that the public backing Todd will pose a "risk of truly deserving contestants being eliminated".
Jason, who wrote his thoughts on the show via his Facebook page yesterday (13 January), claimed that Sam Attwater and Ray Quinn were the two strongest males left in the competition.
"I get why the public vote to keep him in but the reality is as of next week the risk of truly deserving contestants being eliminated is very real," wrote Jason. "We've seen all this before with Todd, he's just a one trick mule! That said, I don't really care who goes out just as long as we are left with the best of the best for the final."
Todd previously skated on the show in 2009 with professional skater Susie Lipanova, and he was known for creating the show's most memorable moment when he skated off the ice rink into the exit during his routine!
Making his return after five years, Todd was scored a total of 16.5 out of a possible 40 on Sunday, but was given a standing ovation from the studio audience.
His performance didn't impress Jason, who said: "I guess the only thing you have up your sleeve is that you haven't improved at all. Your partner was dragging you around. Why are you here?"
The comments didn't faze Todd, who responded to Jason: "I can't be any worse than last time".
Yesterday, 50-year-old Todd continued to joke about his famous stumble, and shared the 'Todd Carty warning sign' that had been given to him by the producers. He told fans on Twitter: "Todd Carty; NO ENTRY. Thanks @dancingonice #DOI."
On Sunday's show, David Seaman and Gary Lucy were eliminated from the competition.
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Watch Todd's routine in the video below: