Dancing On Ice's Caprice likes fan tweets after 'parting ways' with Hamish Gaman

Rebecca Lewis

Dancing On Ice hopeful Caprice has been liking supportive tweets from fans after the news that she had “parted ways” from partner Hamish Gaman.

The news was revealed by hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield at the beginning of Sunday’s show.

“Unfortunately, Caprice and Hamish have parted ways and will not be skating this week,” revealed Willoughby.

“As you saw in our opening number, Hamish remains one of the members of our professional team and we hope to have Caprice back on the ice next week.”

Caprice during the Dancing On Ice 2019 photocall at ITV Studios in December. (Stuart C Wilson/Getty Images)

Fans flocked to Twitter to ask for more answers, with Caprice liking many of the supportive tweets that called on her to return the following week.

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“Hope your ok. Really missed you on sundays show. Hope to see you back soon,” one viewer posted on Twitter.

Caprice and Hamish Gaman during the Dancing On Ice 2019 photocall. (Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Another said: “Extremely worried about Lady Caprice (@CapriceBourret_) being absent on @dancingonice. I hope that she reconsiders her decision.”

“No one can concentrate on the skating as we're all too busy trying to find out what's happened between @HamishGaman and @CapriceBourret_ #DancingOnIce @dancingonice,” said another.

However, neither Caprice nor Gaman have released any statement nor confirmed any additional details.

Hamish Gaman and Caprice during the Dancing On Ice 2019 photocall. (Karwai Tang/WireImage)

ITV later released a statement in which they confirmed that “Hamish remains very much part of our professional team”.

The pair performed a skate routine to Lewis Capaldi’s Someone You Loved in the first week, receiving 25.5 points out of 40, which placed them second on the leaderboard.

Caprice at the launch party for the new Winter Terrace at Lazeez Lebanese tapas restaurant in Mayfair, London.

In an interview given in the days before the launch of the show, Caprice joked about being catty and causing drama, telling OK magazine: “Right now we're all having a laugh, but once we start competing seriously and we get a bit more down the line, who knows?

“You may have the dramas then."

She then mimicked cat claws and added: “That’ll be me.”

Yahoo has contacted reps for Caprice and Dancing On Ice for comment.