Dancing on Ice announces semi-finalists after sixth elimination
Dancing on Ice has revealed the five couples gliding into next week's semi-final after a prop-filled night on the rink.
Before the celebrities and their partners took to the ice judge Jayne Torvill announced she would be taking a break from skating for a while.
Sporting a sequin-covered sling that matched her dress, the professional skater announced she'd had an accident on the ice and will need surgery.
"Talking of things going wrong on the ice, I ruptured my bicep tendon so I need to have surgery," she said. "I'll be fine and I'll be back on the ice soon."
This week was all about props; from beds to feather boas and boats; and high scores.
Here are this week's scores:
Mollie Gallagher and Sylvain Longchambon: 33.0
Carley Stenson and Mark Hanretty: 34.5
The Vivienne and Colin Grafton: 35.5
Nile Wilson and Olivia Smart: 37.5
Joey Essex and Vanessa Bauer: 36.5
Siva Kaneswaran and Klabera Komini: 34.0
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It was then announced that Carley and Mark and Siva and Klabera were the two couples who had got the lowest votes and had to take part in the dreaded skate-off.
After performing a new routine each, it was announced that Carley and Mark would be leaving.
Carley said her shoulder "popped out" and back in (ouch!) during her skate-off performance and she still carried on, and she was emotional in her exit interview.
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She said: "this week just got harder and harder" and that she was "really going to miss this man [partner Mark].
It was also announced that for next week's semi-final, the celebrities will be performing twice – once with their partners as usual and then they will have to do a solo routine.
Not only that, but there will be a double elimination, so it will be a tough week.
Dancing on Ice airs on ITV1 and ITVX.
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