Dancing on Ice spoilers follow.
Dancing on Ice has eliminated its last celebrity before the semi-final.
With the finale date moved forward, it was Rebekah Vardy and her pro partner Andy Buchanan and Lady Leshurr and her partner Brendyn Hatfield who landed in the skate-off — with only one celebrity able to make it through to the semi-final stage.
While Rebekah was saved by Dancing on Ice judge John Barrowman, the show’s remaining judges Ashley Banjo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean opted to save Lady Leshurr and Brendyn, meaning Rebekah Vardy and Andy were sent home.
“It’s been absolutely incredible,” Rebekah said following her exit. “I loved every single moment of it.”
Asked whether she was ready to leave the competition just yet, she replied: “No, but you know these things happen and you know, I had a great time and thank you ever so much [to Andy] for teaching me what you have.”
Asked if she will keep skating, she replied: “Definitely. The kids are so desperate to skate as well.”
Rebekah’s exit followed Faye Brookes slipping during her first dance with new skating partner Matt Evers.
With the Dancing on Ice 2021 finale now scheduled for Sunday, March 14 — it will be Faye, Lady Leshurr, Colin Jackson and Sonny Jay skating into the semi-final.
No more injuries, please!
Dancing on Ice airs on ITV.
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