The mum-of-two told The Mirror yesterday that she’d become dizzy from performing spins on the ice with pro partner Lukasz Rozycki and taken a tumble – only to bang her nut.
And in a new video – which will also air during Sunday night’s show – she gave followers a look at how it happened.
“When Dancing On Ice goes wrong…” she captioned the clip, in which Lukasz lifts her up and spins her.
When he puts Myleene down, she performs one more move before falling down.
Lukasz realises she’s taking a tumble and tries to keep her up, but he’s too late and she bangs her head.
“I banged my head on the ice, I really did,” she told us.
“I didn’t realise when it comes to spins you can have mini-blackouts when you get dizzy.
“We were doing one and when I watched the footage back, yeah, the next thing you see is I bang my head. I couldn’t believe it.”
And in an injury-strewn year for Dancing On Ice, Myleene also damaged meniscus in her knee, but insists she’s going to “power through.”
ITV pulled out all the stops to pull it off this year as Covid and a new lockdown raised questions.
But fans breathed a sigh of relief as show bosses managed to make it happen with regular testing and other Covid-safe measures.
In one of the most star-studded line-ups to date, Myleene is joined by the likes of Denise Van Outen, Jason Donovan, and Rufus Hound.
Broadcast watchdog Ofcom confirming they’d received 341 complaints about the opening show.
It’s thought that Rufus’ blunt put-down of the government over the free school meals scandal had sparked a great many, while some moaned on Twitter about Holly Willoughby’s “inappropriate” dress.
Lady Leshurr will battle for survival in Sunday’s skate-off after the second half of the celeb cast have performed.
*Dancing On Ice returns to ITV at 6pm on Sunday.