Self-proclaimed "worst skater" Cheryl Baker has become the fourth celebrity to be voted off Dancing on Ice, saying she had "the best time" on the ITV show.
Bucks Fizz singer Baker and professional partner Daniel Whiston lost out in the skate-off to presenter Donna Air and her professional partner, Mark Hanretty.
Judges Jason Gardiner, Ashley Banjo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean all voted to keep Air and Hanretty on the ice.
The judges made their mind up and sent these two skating home! We’re really going to miss @CherylBaker and @TheDanWhiston 💕 #DancingOnIce pic.twitter.com/Yle4msDQC4— Dancing On Ice (@dancingonice) February 4, 2018
After her final skate, Baker said: "I loved it! I sang all the way through it!"
"I know I am the worst skater, I know that," she added. "But I have had the best time."
The better skater went through, Donna. Will miss the ice and all your gorgeous faces. I’ve had a ball! https://t.co/a3DmE7xP58— Cheryl Baker (@Cherylbaker) February 5, 2018
Sunday's show also saw Coronation Street star Antony Cotton skate through the pain barrier after fracturing two ribs, while singer Lemar avoided the skate-off for the first time since the new series began.
Dancing on Ice continues on TV3 and ITV on Sunday night at 6:00pm.