The Vamps bassist Connor Ball has had yet more stitches in his chin after being injured in a trampolining accident on holiday.
The 26-year-old musician - who set the record on Dancing On Ice earlier this year for the contestant requiring the most stitches after injuring he chin and his leg - was enjoying himself in Italy with his bandmates and admitted he had been drinking.
Ball told his followers on social media: "It was just stupidity I was having too much of a good time, and I’d had a few drinks.
“There was a trampoline in the sea, and I thought it would be a good idea to backflip off of it.
“My knee went into my face – it split open my chin. It’s symmetrically the other side to where I cut open my chin on Dancing On Ice – I’m going to have two identical scars.”
The Last Night singer revealed bandmate Brad Simpson came to his rescue and helped him to seek medical attention.
Ball went on: "Brad had to hold my chin together – he could see the bone.
“There was blood all over me, and all over him.
“I went to hospital and they stitched it up, but I carried on bleeding all through the night.
“We carried on the celebrations, so my blood was pretty thin.”
Ball shared a picture on his Instagram stories of himself in a bar enjoying more drinks, with stitches visible in his chin.
The Scottish-born musician competed in ITV celebrity skating competition Dancing On Ice earlier this year, during which he cut his chin in rehearsals, and had his leg was sliced open by a blade when he fell during a jump.
Ball revealed he’d had a total of 19 stitches.
He said: “I think it’s a Dancing On Ice record."
During one live show he performed with blood dripping from his face after his emergency stitches burst open.
He said of his injury: "I was a bit stressed about the spin and so I kept trying to affect the spin and then I slipped and smashed my chin."
Watch: Connor Ball fell and cut his leg live on Dancing On Ice