Judd picked up the first 10 of the series for his waltz with Aliona Vilani, but the performance was marred by a row between judges Horwood and Goodman over a 'whispering' segment on the stairs.
"I was really upset that Len mentioned the whispering and kiss stuff," Horwood told It Takes Two.
"They are out of hold for ten seconds, they are allowed ten seconds, so go for it.
"As a director and choreographer, I encourage people to tell stories when they dance, so we are interested."
Horwood added: "I never enjoy those spats. I like to do the judging and then get on with it and score."
Judd and Vilani picked up 35 points for their waltz and Alesha Dixon handed the duo a 10, commenting: "You make ballroom dancing look cool."
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Watch Harry Judd's waltz with Aliona Vilani on Strictly Come Dancing below: