Dancing On Ice 2022 has already hit a slippery patch before the series has even aired its second episode, with COVID and injury hitting the cast again in echoes of last year.
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This isn't the first time Dancing On Ice has suffered setbacks after 2021's disaster series, and it's far from the only reality show to have been hit by chaos, as these memorable moments show.
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Dancing On Ice 2021 chaos series
Last year's Dancing On Ice went down in history as one of the most difficult reality series ever to have been staged.
ITV bravely went ahead with the production despite various strict filming restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but ended up with a record number of five celebrity drop outs.
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Rufus Hound and Joe-Warren Plant both tested positive for COVID, while Denise Van Outen fractured and dislocated her shoulder, Billie Shepherd was concussed in training, and Jason Donovan had a relapse of an old back injury.
Even burning through the reserve celeb list wasn't enough to run a full series, but the show just about held things together by taking a week's break at the midway point and then staging the final a week early.
AJ Odudu's Strictly Come Dancing injury
When TV presenter AJ Odudu and her dance partner Kai Widdrington racked up a huge score of 34 points in just week one of Strictly Come Dancing 2021, viewers knew she was set to be something special.
Throughout the series, she turned in performances that the judges told her were practically professional standard, but disaster struck in the very last week of the contest as Odudu injured her ankle ligaments rehearsing for the final.
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She had hoped to battle on through, but eventually had to drop out of the final just the day before it aired - leaving just Rose Ayling-Ellis and John Whaite competing for the Glitterball Trophy.
A devastated Odudu said as she watched the final from the audience: "I don't know how to describe what it feels like to have a broken heart, but that's what it feels like.
"I've been putting on a brave face, Kai's been putting on a brave face, we've loved the show tonight, they've been incredible, John and Johannes, Rose and Giovanni, but we wanted to be on the dancefloor with them. We've been swallowing tears throughout most of the night."
Strictly 2021 COVID outbreak
Even before AJ Odudu's injury, Strictly 2021 hit a few bumps in the road thanks to COVID.
It began with reports that three of the professional dancers were apparently unvaccinated and that one unnamed celebrity had had to isolate following the launch show.
Next, Tom Fletcher tested positive early on in the series, followed by Judi Love, although both managed to return after their isolation was over.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood also had to miss a week after contracting COVID, as did fellow judge Motsi Mabuse who was traced as a close contact of someone with the virus.
Separately to the show's COVID woes, Robert Webb had to drop out of the BBC contest after a couple of weeks on the advice of his heart consultant, who told him his health was suffering as the tough training was too much with his recent history of heart surgery.
The Jump 2016 wipes out over half of contestants
If you thought Dancing On Ice was a dangerous show, cast your mind back to The Jump - in particular, series three.
The celebrity winter sports contest was high stakes, with anyone brave enough to sign up aware that injury was par for the course.
However, no one could have predicted the carnage of series three, which saw seven of the 12 famous contestants drop out.
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The roll call of celebs to withdraw included Tina Hobley, Rebecca Adlington, Beth Tweddle, Mark-Francis Vandelli, Linford Christie, Sarah Harding and Heather Mills.
Incredibly, the series was not cancelled and eventually named Ben Cohen as the winner.
Rav Wilding's Splash! nightmare
TV presenter Rav Wilding could barely have imagined how horribly wrong things would go for him when he signed up to 2013 celebrity diving contest Splash!.
He suffered a terrible injury to his hamstrings in training with left him with life-changing injuries and one leg shorter than the other.
In fact, things were so bad that Wilding sued over the incident, and since then has retrained as an osteopath, saying that he could "easily relate to" people with injuries.
I'm A Celebrity shut down by Storm Arwen
It managed to survive the pandemic by moving camp from Australia to North Wales, but I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! met its match in 2021's Storm Arwen.
Gale force winds ripped through camp, meaning that for the first time ever, the ITV contest had to abandon its live shows for a number of nights mid-series and celebrities were moved from their castle camp to a more secure location for their own safety.
They were isolated from each other during their time off air and later returned to the main camp to resume the series, although Richard Madeley did not join them as shortly before the storm he had broken the COVID-secure bubble with a hospital visit, forcing him out of the cast.
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