Tonight’s double elimination was dramatic (Picture: Kieron McCarron/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
‘I’m really proud of what I’ve done, what I’ve learnt,’ the 40-year-old Emmerdale star said after hearing she was heading home immediately having received the lowest number of votes.
‘This guy has been amazing,’ she continued, referring to partner Sylvain Longchambon. ‘The whole experience has been incredible’.
‘I think it’s all about never giving up, so we will be back next week,’ Lou joked, nodding to Brendyn and adding: ‘He said his insurance has gone up since working with me.’
Roxy’s dance to Sir Elton John’s Your Song, which features in the musical Moulin Rouge, failed to impress the judges.
Roxy was eliminated after failing to impress the judges (Picture: Kieron McCarron/ITV/Shutterstock)
Lou was in the dance off for the second week running, but this time went home (Picture: Kieron McCarron/ITV/Shutterstock)
Johnny is stepping in for Ashley Banjo, who is on tour with his dance group Diversity, and will not be returning until the semi-finals.
Soap star Ryan Thomas fell over twice during his routine in a performance he dubbed ’embarrassing’ but dodged elimination, having received enough votes to save them.
The Traitors’ Harry Clark was in the audience and said he was backing Ryan as a contestant, but also as the person he’d pick to be his fellow traitor on the TV show, after he recovered so well from the tumbles.
Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire and Love Island’s Amber Davies received the highest scores of the series so far, both bagging 35.5 points for two particularly spirited performances.
It’s the 16th series of the dancing show, and the celebrities are improving week after week (Picture: Kieron McCarron/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Ryan Thomas took a few tumbles during tonight’s performance (Picture: Amani FancyKieron McCarron/ITV/Shutterstock)
Olympian Greg Rutherford skated to musical Les Miserables after lying in a medical bed with a groin injury hours before taking to the ice.
Former BBC Radio DJ Adele Roberts says she performed to Little Shop Of Horrors as she gave her stoma bag the name of the musical’s character Audrey.
With her professional partner Mark Hanretty, they received 31.5 points from the judges, with South African dancer Oti praising Roberts for ‘trying to get better’ each week.
This comes after Coronation Street’s Claire Sweeney and her pro skater partner Colin Grafton were voted out last week.
S Club icon Hannah Spearritt and Andy Buchanan were eliminated the week before, with boxing legend Ricky Hatton becoming the first star to be voted out of the ITV competition alongside partner Robin Johnstone.
The 16th series of Dancing on Ice marks host Holly Willoughby’s first return to TV since she announced her immediate resignation from This Morning in October following an alleged kidnap plot against her.
Stephen Mulhern hosts alongside the 43-year-old after Philip Schofield sensationally left Dancing on Ice and ITV as a whole after he lied about having an ‘unwise but not illegal’ affair with a younger colleague.
Dancing On Ice continues Sunday at 6:19pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
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