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Elon Musk in 'Pussycat Dolls buyout' riddle as Kimberly Wyatt says 'hit me up'

Kimberly Wyatt was left starstruck after she received a tweet from a fake account under the pseudonym of billionaire Elon Musk saying he was "buying [the] Pussycat Dolls".Over the last two weeks the eccentric billionaire has been in the headlines after he agreed to purchase the popular social media app Twitter for £34billion.Since the 50-year-old confirmed the deal, the SpaceX mogul taken to the popular social networking site to share his ambitions for other ideas he has in the future.As he shared the news with his 87.8million followers on Twitter, fans rushed to poke fun at the entrepreneur on social media, and it's fair to say Kimberly Wyatt is excited about his potential involvement.A fake Twitter account writing under the pseudonym of Elon, posted: “Next I'm buying Pussycat Dolls to put the girls back on tour.”After sharing the hilarious post online, word soon spread to the Dancing on Ice finalist herself as she screenshotted the post and shared it with her loyal legion of fans on her Instagram Story.Still slightly surprised that the billionaire was possibly a secret fan of the girl band, she penned: “Wait....Is this for real?? [three cry laughing emojis].

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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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Dancing on Ice final set to air next week as Kimberly Wyatt hailed 'frontrunner'
Dancing on Ice will soon be coming to an end.This year, 10 brave celebs took on the challenge of exhibiting their moves while entertaining audiences for the popular ITV show.But for the celebs who participated in the glitzy competition, it wasn't at all smooth sailing, with some stars falling to the ice while risking life-changing injuries.Now that The final of Dancing on Ice is fast approaching next week (Sunday, 27), Daily Star has taken a look at the finalists and who betting company Ladbrokes believe will be likely crowned as the 2022 champion.Professional dancer Regan Gascoigne has stole the hearts of the nation with his incredible skating ability.Bringing his football father Paul to tears on several occasions, the young star has taken to the ice like a duck to water.Talking about the young star in more detail, Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Regan's received a massive boost as far as the odds are concerned, and with just over a week to go until a winner is crowned."It looks like it'll take something pretty spectacular from Brendan or Kimberly to stop the long-time favourite from going all the way."Bets on Regan currently stand at 2/5.Former Strictly dancer Brendan Cole has wowed audiences with his amazing skating skills on Dancing on Ice. Although fans have questioned whether he should be allowed to take part due to his dancing background, Brendan has certainly earnt his place in the competition, while brushing off any criticisms.When questioned about his background, Brendan previously said: "I think everybody’s got their own strength and weakness."And you can’t compare apples with pears.
Dancing on Ice bosses slam 'fix' claims as Brendan Cole makes final despite 'stumble'
Dancing on Ice viewers have alleged the ITV show is "fixed" after a camera "switched positions" at the same time Brendan Cole "stumbled" during the dramatic semi-final episode.Brendan joined his fellow celebrity contestants Kimberly Wyatt, Regan Gascoigne, Connor Ball and Kye Whyte to take part in a group skate to Camila Cabello's Don't Go Yet.The famous five all performed completely solo sections for the first time within the uptempo routine.After Brendan appeared to stumble during the dance, which was led by former pro Dan Whiston, fans spotted that the camera appeared to quickly pan away.Kimberly came first place and received top marks for her solo skate from the ice panel, Regan finished up second, Connor was third, Brendan came fourth and Kye was fifth.Head judge Chris told how former Strictly pro Brendan was in fourth position, with just two out of five possible five points due to his stumble.But fans were left baffled by Brendan's position on the scoreboard and were quick to call shenanigans on the semi-final.Another tweeted: "Brendan fell and they moved the camera away so the audience didn’t see, but yeah, it’s not a total fix."A third asked: "Why didn’t Brendan come last when he messed up? Not fair!"A fourth insisted the results were staged, saying: "Ffs fix fix fix and I'LL say it again FIX." However some people thought Brendan should have finished up last.One confused viewer said: "So mean to put Kye 5th when Brendan fell over."A second social media user asked: "Did Brendan just fall over on that group skate? The camera panned away quickly though as though trying to disguise it.