Dancing on Ice: Lady Leshurr skate leaves judges emotional
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ITV reality series is nearing the end now with the Dancing on Ice semi-finals taking place this evening. The show saw the remaining four couples competing for a place in the all-important final. Express.co.uk has the lowdown on who was sent home and who are the finalists.
Who left Dancing on Ice tonight?
Lady Leshurr has left Dancing On Ice after being eliminated by the judges.
There was a tough skate-off between Colin Jackson and Lady Leshurr with the Ice panel making a tough decision.
Lady Leshurr said about the result: “I am actually so happy.
“I love Colin because every time he comes out he’s always smiling and he’s so genuine.”
This means Sonny Jay, Faye Brookes and Colin are this year’s Dancing on Ice finalists following one of the most unpredictable series of the ITV skating competition.
Each of the remaining couples was tasked with performing two routines this evening in the hopes of impressing the judges.
This year Dancing on Ice has been hit with members of the celebrity line-up and the skating professionals pulling out due to coronavirus as well as injuries.
One week even saw the show replaced with a special look back episode rather than a live instalment.
With so many stars being forced to walk away, ITV made the decision to bring the final forward by a week.
In a statement, the broadcaster confirmed: “ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week.
“The competition’s final will now take place on Sunday, March 14.
“Our production team and cast have delivered a fantastic show during incredibly challenging times.
“Continuing to make the best TV for our viewers is our top priority and we look forward to the rest of the series, on air from this Sunday at 6pm.”
This year’s favourite to win the contest is former Coronation Street Faye, who ended up with a new partner last week after Hamish Gaman had to leave due to an injury.
She was partnered up with Matt Evers, who saw his celebrity Denise Van Outen leaving herself.
Faye has been the bookmakers’ favourite to win the series from the start with Coral giving her 4/9 odds of being crowned the winner.
Right behind her was DJ Sonny Jay at 5/2 and Colin Jackson at 16/1 but sadly Lady Leshurr was at the bottom with an outsider’s chance at 25/1 ahead of her semi-final exit.
Harry Aitkenhead from Coral said: “It’s been all about Faye in our Dancing on Ice betting from the moment she stepped onto the ice, and we’re still cutting the odds now as we reach the semi-final stage.
“She is the huge favourite to be crowned winner of this series.”
The British public will have the final say when they vote on who they want their victor to be.
Dancing on Ice concludes on ITV on Sunday, March 14 at 6pm
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