REBEKAH Vardy was the latest celeb to be booted off Dancing on Ice tonight.
The wag was sent home by the judges in a tense skate off with Lady Leshurr.
The rapper will join Sonny Jay, Faye Brookes and Colin Jackson in the semi-finals next week.
The celebrities and their skating partners were looking to impress judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, actor John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo as they took to the ice after a week off for injury.
The show has been plagued with illness and injury since this series began forcing the producers to make a dramatic decision to finish the show early.
The final of Dancing On Ice has now been moved forward to March 14.
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SHOW MUST GO ON
What a comeback tonight's show was.
After a week off to allow for recovery after five stars pulled out of the show because of injuries or testing positive for covid, it was great to see everyone back in fighting form.
Hats off to Colin, who at age 54, is the oldest in the competition.
He told The Sun of his fears he'd get a broken rib or hip by now, but he's killed it and got his highest scores yet.
Sonny did amazing, not just his performance, but by getting his pal Idris Elba to give him a shout out on the show.
Holly was in her element to say the least.
What a pairing Faye and 'Fairy Godmother' Matt were.
Matt stepped in at the last minute to partner up with Faye after her pro Hamish pulled out with an injury.
Faye, Sonny and Colin are all in the semi finals next week, with a very deserving Lady Leshurr, who won the skate off against Rebekah Vardy tonight.
All the best for next week guys! And please, no more injuries in between.
We need to make it to the finals.
The skates are off.
VARD TO WATCH
Fans weren't that surprised Rebekah Vardy became the latest celebrity to be voted off Dancing on Ice.
The WAG found herself in the skate off against Lady Leshurr after failing to impress the viewers at home with her routine during Movie Week.
One Tweeted after the skate off: "YES! Thank God for that. Lady Leshurr was far better than Rebekah Vardy."
IT was a relief to see the dare-devil show back on air tonight after a week off because of injuries.
Dancing on Ice bosses have been forced to end the series early after lots of injuries and Covid dropouts.
Producers took the decision to bring the ITV show’s final forward to March 14, rather than March 21, due to a lack of celebrities.