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Dancing on Ice's Connor Ball fears permanent leg damage after horrific ITV show injuries

Dancing on Ice star Connor Ball is still suffering from pain three months after injuring himself while taking part in the ITV competition.The 25-year-old star has revealed he's concerned the injuries he's suffered could be permanent.Fans will remember that he was left bleeding after slicing his leg open in a horrific show accident.He took a tumble with partner Alexandra Schauman's blade going into his leg.Connor needed urgent medical attention and required stitches.The Vamps bass player told The Sun: "I am always injured. I have scars, still, and my leg is pretty dead.
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'Make my dresses smaller!' Victoria Pendleton addresses Strictly wardrobe malfunction
Strictly Come Dancing in 2012, just five days after she had competed in the London Olympics.The sports star has recalled the experience exclusively to Express.co.uk while also discussing how "clumsy" she was on the show.Victoria was partnered with professional dancer Brendan Cole who just took part in ITV's Dancing on Ice.Talking about a funny memory, she said: "Honestly, the pair of us were just really clumsy."It was really funny, just always tripping over or slipping over."During the Quickstep, I had to run up a couple of stairs and I fell down at the last minute on some cases that were part of the stage set."In rehearsals, Brendan hit on my skirt and I tripped on the stairs but in the performance, he tripped over at the last minute, and then pretended it didn’t happen.She continued: "We just smiled and tried to ignore it. We were both just having trouble with stairs that day."I had a big bruise on my shin from tripping over my own skirt but it was funny that Brendan then did it."I kept telling them to make my dresses smaller as I was only small and short and I couldn't walk in them."The Strictly pair made it to week eight of the show, before being eliminated after their rendition of the Salsa.Express.co.uk also asked Victoria if she had met up with Brendan since they finished competing on the BBC show.She recalled: "Well, occasionally.
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Victoria Pendleton talks 'strange' reunion with Strictly's Brendan Cole after 2012 pairing
Strictly Come Dancing in 2012, just a mere five days after she had competed in the London Olympics.The sports star was partnered with notoriously outspoken pro Brendan Cole, and has recalled exclusively to Express.co.uk about their "strange" reunion.The couple made it to week eight of the show, before being eliminated for their rendition of the Salsa.Brendan recently took part in this year's Dancing on Ice, finishing second on the show, with Regan Gasgoigne taking first place.Victoria was asked if she had met up with Brendan since they finished competing on the BBC show.She recalled: "Well, occasionally. We still text and see how each of us are doing, how's the family..."It’s strange as when I moved to Oxfordshire, we lived, literally, in neighbouring villages and he invited me over for food a couple times."I saw him here, there and everywhere.So, yes we occasionally catch up."Victoria also recalled how "clumsy" the pair were together when they were on the show.She said: "Honestly, the pair of us were just really clumsy."It was really funny, just always tripping over or slipping over."During the Quickstep, I had to run up a couple of stairs and I fell down at the last minute on some cases that were part of the stage set.She continued: "In rehearsals, Brendan hit on my skirt and I tripped on the stairs, but in the performance, he tripped over at the last minute, and then pretended it didn’t happen."We just smiled and tried to ignore it.
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Dancing on Ice: Regan Gascoigne wins and fans all say the same thing
Regan Gascoigne won the 2022 series of Dancing on Ice on Sunday night.It's been another amazing series, filled with incredible talent as well as dramatic exits, injuries and illness.MORE: Phillip Schofield breaks silence after Holly Willoughby pulls out of Dancing on Ice last minuteBut the three finalists proved themselves over and over, and as the big night approached, there was no clear frontrunner for the title of Dancing on Ice champion 2022.Former Strictly star Brendan Cole, professional dancer Regan Gascoigne and Pussycat Dolls singer Kimberly Wyatt all took to the ice one last time to impress judges and the public alongside their professional partners, Vanessa Bauer, Karina Manta and Mark Hanretty, respectively.WATCH: Oti Mabuse fights back tears in emotional Dancing on Ice momentAfter one last evening of brilliant performances, it was time for the result of the public vote, and hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield seemed almost as nervous as the contestants as they read out the result.MORE: What are the past winners of Dancing on Ice up to now? Find out here!SEE: 12 Dancing on Ice stars' stunning wedding photos: Holly Willoughby, Oti Mabuse & moreViewers took to social media soon after, to share their opinion of the victory.
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Dancing on Ice's Kimberly Wyatt comes third in epic ITV final as she misses out on crown
Kimberly Wyatt has come third place on ITV's Dancing on Ice.It means the Pussycat Dolls star missed out on performing the iconic Bolero routine in front of world famous figure skating duo Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.The grand final of the hit ITV skating show kicked off at 7pm on Sunday night (March 27) after weeks of dazzling ice rink routines from this year's star-studded line-up.Show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby returned to the helm after Holly missed the semi-finals due to catching Covid.The final saw pro dancer finalists Regan Gascoigne, Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt take to the rink one final time in a bid to impress the ice panel.Brendan was joined by his skating partner Vanessa Bauer, Kimberly with Matt Hanretty, and Regan with Karina Manta.They were battling it out in front of judges Oti Mabuse, Ashley Banjo and world-famous skating legends Torvill and Dean.However, despite all three displaying incredible skating skills this year, only one of the celebs could be crowned the victor of this year's series, and Kimberly was axed first.It is a tradition on the show that the show's two remaining finalists recreate Torvill and Dean's Bolero routine which won them a Gold medal at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics.Reacting to her third place announcement, Kimberly said: "Thank you so much, this has been such a beautiful experience and I'm just so grateful to everyone for everything that they've done for us."Her skating partner Matt added: "The production is incredible. We say it all the time.
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Holly Willoughby wows in plunging gold dress as she hosts Dancing on Ice final
Holly Willoughby has returned to Dancing on Ice for the grand final.The 41-year-old presenter was forced to miss the live semi-final two weeks ago after testing positive for coronavirus.However, she was back on presenting duty on Sunday evening (March 20) alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield.She logged into her Instagram page to give fans a sneak peek of her latest outfit choice before the show aired on ITV, and it's fair to say she stole the show before it even began.The mother-of-three looked glam in a golden floor-length dress with a plunging neckline.Holly styled her trademark blonde tresses in a cropped style, looking all dolled up with a full face of make-up.Unsurprisingly, Holly's gown caught the eye of her 7.7 million followers, with some rushing to leave a message for the star in the comment section.Finalists Kimberly Wyatt, Brendan Cole and Regan Gascoigne are willing to go to extreme lengths to be crowned champion.The trio want to make the final the best one in show history.They teased that they planned to go all out to impress fans — even if that means risking serious injury on live TV.Pussycat Doll Kimberly, 40, is set to tackle a move that is so dangerous she could end up smashing her head onto the ice.She said: "I have been working on doing a kick over Mark’s head in one routine. In training, there have been times when it’s not been going right and I’ve been falling forward with my head going towards the ice."That feels quite dangerous.
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Dancing on Ice's Oti Mabuse debuts dramatic hair transformation on ITV show final
Dancing on Ice judge Oti Mabuse certainly dressed to impress for the grand final of the 2022 series.The 31-year-old dancer took to Instagram to give fans a sneak peek of her latest outfit choice before hitting our television screens on Sunday (March 27).She donned a plunging patterned gown with a racy slit up on her right hand side, showing off her model pins.Oti debuted her bold new hair transformation for the final episode of the series as she sported lengthy locks with a luxurious red wine shade.The former Strictly star finished off her look with a pair of killer heels and enhanced her natural beauty with glam makeup.She penned alongside her latest post: "Excited for the finale is an understatement!!!!! I am so proud of all the pros and celebrities and even more grateful to be apart of such greatness!!!!! Let’s go... GRAND FINALE."Unsurprisingly, Oti's latest batch of snaps caught the attention of her 644,000 followers, with some rushing to leave a message for the star in the comment section.One fan gushed: "Goddess."Another added: "Absolutely stunning."A third person posted: "You are a queen."While a fourth social media user said: "You look amazing."Ahead of the final, remaining stars Kimberly Wyatt, Brendan Cole and Regan Gascoigne revealed they wanted to make it the best one in show history.They teased that they planned to go all out to impress fans — even if that means risking serious injury on live TV.Pussycat Doll Kimberly, 40, is set to tackle a move that is so dangerous she could end up smashing her head onto the ice.She said: "I have been working on doing a kick over Mark’s head in one routine.
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Dancing on Ice's Sonny Jay reveals why he would 'turn down' comeback offer from ITV show
Dancing on Ice champ Sonny Jay said he would have to "turn down" offers to skate on the ITV show again as he's too scared of falling "ar** over t** on the ice rink.The Capital FM radio star was thrilled to be crowned the victor of the hit ITV skating show last year alongside his pro partner Angela Egan.However, Sonny admitted he's now too frightened to skate on the TV ice rink again as he hasn't been ice skating since winning the show.It comes ahead of the DOI final which kicks off on Sunday (March 26) at 7pm on ITV and ITV Hub - which will see finalists Regan Gascoigne, Kimberly Wyatt and Brendan Cole battle it out for the coveted trophy.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star ahead of the final, Sonny opened up about winning the show, why he's ruling out an ice rink return, and which star he's backing to win this year.When asked what advice he'd give to Regan, Kimberley and Brendan ahead of the final, Sonny said he was "probably the last person" to be able to dish out advice to the pro dancers and felt lucky he didn't have to compete against them on his series.He said: "To be honest I’m probably the last person to give any professional dancer to give any advice. I tell you, I’m so lucky I was on it last year and not up against any of them.
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Inside Dancing on Ice pre-final party as Liberty Poole and Rachel Stevens return
Dancing on Ice has reunited for a much-needed pizza party ahead of the highly-anticipated live final this weekend.With the big night just days away, finalists Brendan Cole, Kimberly Wyatt and Regan Gascoigne have been putting in the hours to perfect their showstopping routines.But they’re not the only ones who have been practicing on this ice this week, as the entire celebrity line up has reunited with their professional partners for one last time.The group are set to take to the ice to show off the skating talents they have perfected throughout their time on the show for one last epic routine.And it’s clear to see that the team and more than thrilled to be back with their partners as Stef Reid shared the belated pizza party the group held in the kitchen after a long day of training.Throughout Friday night (March 25), former contestants including Connor Ball and Liberty Poole have been posting on their Instagram Stories about how it has felt to be back on the ice following their eliminations earlier on in the competition. The entire cast even posed for a group photo on the ice together as Coronation Street ’s Sally Dynevor shared the emotional picture to her Instagram Story after the finished practicing their final routine.
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