DoI's Jason Gardiner starts new feud with Corrie's Jane Danson

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Photo credit: ITV

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Dancing On Ice judge Jason Gardiner has started a new feud with Coronation Street's Jane Danson, following his row with Gemma Collins last week.

On Sunday night (January 27), Jane and her partner Sylvain Lonchambon skated to Kylie Minogue's 'Dancing', but slipped up during a piggyback move.

Jason told Jane: "You wanna go out, Jane Danson? Because that lacked a lot of content for me. And the dance that you did do was very basic. There wasn't a hell of a lot going on."

Jane replied: "I tell my kids, just do the best you can do. I did the best I could do tonight.

"I take your point. I totally take it on board. I did my best. It wasn't good enough."

However, Jason responded: "You can improve and it's not good enough. You're still not hitting things properly and hitting lines because your postural lines are terrible."

He added: "Fix it!"

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Photo credit: ITV

"Oh it's alright," Jane said. "It's alright!"

Last week, Jason had a huge row live on air with Gemma Collins and the drama grabbed plenty of headlines, with Ofcom receiving over 80 complaints about the scenes.

And this week, Gemma acknowledged that she "got upset" with Jason and revealed she'd had a telling-off from her mum and dad.

"I need to let my feet do the talking instead of my mouth. I ain't giving up," the TOWIE star, who fell on the ice at the very end of her routine, said.

Photo credit: Matt Frost/ITV/REX/Shutterstock
Photo credit: Matt Frost/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

And Jason seemed happier with Gemma's work ethic this week, telling her: "I really like your mum because she gives you sound advice.

"It’s amazing when you drop 'The GC' and you come in and apply yourself, you improve. There was an improvement here."

Meanwhile, Grease star Didi Conn has become the third celebrity to leave Dancing on Ice, after she and her professional skating partner Łukasz Różycki performed to Survivor hit 'Eye of the Tiger'.

Dancing on Ice continues next Sunday (February 3) on ITV.

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