Former Olympic skier Graham Bell and his professional partner Karina Manta have become the latest contestants to be eliminated from ITV's Dancing on Ice, losing to Rebekah Vardy and professional partner Andy Buchanan in the skate-off.
The judges said that Vardy had improved the most over her two performances during musicals week.
After the result was announced, Bell vowed to continued skating.
"The skating really does work with skiing," he told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. "I'm not going to quit skating."
Sunday's show also saw the debut of a new contestant, Olympic gymnast Amy Tinkler, who has been drafted in to replace presenter Denise Van Outen, who was forced to leave the show through injury.
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The Only Way is Essex star Billie Shepherd was absent from the ice at the weekend due to the death of her grandmother.
Another contestant, comedian Rufus Hound, is self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19.
The competition continues on Virgin Media One and ITV on Sunday.