Dancing on Ice star Myleene Klass on extent of her injuries – digitalspy.com

Dancing on Ice‘s Myleene Klass has revealed the extent of her injuries following her exit from the competition.

The former popstar took Instagram fans behind the curtain recently by sharing some videos of her treatment – the first showed her bandaged broken toe, and the second showed her receiving treatment for a torn meniscus.

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Instagram

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Myleene previously admitted to The Sun that her injuries made her feel “like a nana”.

“I feel almost embarrassed by my injury, because it’s not very sexy,” she reflected.

myleene klass shares dancing on ice injuries on instagram stories

Instagram

“I feel like a nana. It is very painful, but it’s just not very sexy when you say your knees have gone.

“Learning to dance on ice is no easy feat. On land I feel like I’m quite stable, I can do my turns and get my counts to the music. But as soon as you remove the land and replace it with a very slippery surface it does all manner of things to your joints.

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ITV

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“I’m like the tin man. Every morning I have to oil, manipulate and move things before I can even think about getting out of bed.

“I thought it was going to make me feel as if I was 16 again but it’s made me feel like I’m 116.”

Dancing on Ice returns this Sunday (February 14) on ITV.



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