DANCING On Ice last night saw its third elimination and also Gemma Collins suffer a horror fall.
Here’s all you need to know about episode four.
The latest episode of Dancing On Ice saw Didi Conn leave the show[/caption]
Who left Dancing On Ice last night?
Didi Conn and pro skater Łukasz Różycki became the third couple to leave Dancing On Ice last night (January 27, 2018).
After being eliminated, Didi said: “I’m very happy. I’ve enjoyed my partner the best…he’s a good cook too!”
Her partner Łukasz said of Didi: “I couldn’t wish for better.”
The pair faced off with Saara Aalto and Mark Hanretty in the skate-off after both pairs failed to impress the voters.
Gemma Collins went flying flat on her face on Dancing On Ice[/caption]
Did Gemma Collins fall during her routine on Dancing On Ice?
Gemma Collins suffered a horror fall on last night’s Dancing On Ice.
The Towie star fell flat on her face during her performance before jumping straight back up and winning her highest score from the judges.
As she was skating to Celina Dion’s It’s All Coming Back to Me Now, Gemma skated behind her partner Matt Evers.
But she appeared to lose her steam and try to race to catch up but ended up falling to the ice in a dramatic fashion.
She lay motionless on the ground for a second before jumping back up and finishing her skate.
But as she received her scores she became tearful and didn’t realise she had received her highest score of the series.
Gemma hit the floor and had to be scooped up by her partner Matt Evers[/caption]
Who is still left in Dancing On Ice?
As we are still fairly early on in the competition, the show includes performances from many celebrities.
So far Mark Little, Richard Blackwood and Didi Conn to have been sent home from the show.
The stars still left in line-up are:
- Wes Nelson
- Saara Aalto
- Jane Danson
- Melody Thornton
- Ryan Sidebottom
- Saira Khan
- Brian McFadden
- James Jordan
- Gemma Collins
MORE DANCING ON ICE NEWS
When is Dancing On Ice next on?
The show returns NEXT SUNDAY on February 3rd at 6pm on ITV.
Dancing on Ice has proved a real hit with viewers since its return following a three-year break, after initially running from 2006 until 2014 and not returning until 2018.
Phillip Schofield is back presenting the hit show once more alongside Holly Willoughby.
Skating icons and current judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean returned as judges, alongside Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo.