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Dancing On Ice’s Bez voted for ITV series after awkward skating

Dancing On Ice 2022 lost another contestant from the ITV series on Sunday night, as two other couples faced terrifying ice skating – with Bez sent home

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Dancing on Ice: Bez eliminated in musical week

Bez has become latest celebrity to be voted on on ITV’s Dancing On Ice 2022, after a somersault during a skating match.

He faced Sally Dynevor and Matt Evers in a terrifying ice skating match, before the referees decided to send the star and his skating teammate Angela Egan home.

It was Angela who fell during their last skate, but Bez was supposed to have a way out for weeks.

After falling on the ice last week, Bez has proven to be quite easy as he moves around the ice and tries to do some jumps.

This week, the production team did all sorts of things to distract the audience, looks like, from Bez’s ice skating – includes more skateboards, fireballs and other effects.







Bez became the latest celebrity to be voted on on ITV’s Dancing On Ice 2022
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There was a time when Bez was lifted into the air with a pair of giant bat wings, but that was not enough to bring him higher scores.

Viewers believed it was the right time for the star to leave, as did the judges with all five votes to save Sally.

Taken to TwitterOne fan said: “Bez is FINALLY coming home, I never thought I’d live to see this day.”

Another said: “FINALLY. He should have gone in the first week.”







He faces Sally Dynevor and Matt Evers in a terrifying ice skating spree
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A third fan commented: “Bez is finally out!” While the fourth wrote: “Bez is finally out.”

Viewers desperately wanted to hear what choreographer, dancer and stage star Arlene had to say out of habit of amusing.

But they were disappointed when the host Phillip Schofield went through the judges, but didn’t go to her.

She made it clear that she was Team Sally though when it came to the skating part, when she voted to bring Bez home.

Love Island’s Liberty Poole is the series’ previous victim, which was voted down last week after a fall on the ice – after skating with Kye White.

Before she left, S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens, who had been voted in to skate, once again faced off against Olympian Kye.

Last week, Ria Hebden lost her place in the competition, while the first to leave the 2022 tournament was former rugby player Ben Foden.







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Meanwhile, bosses are said to be worried that the show will be forced to air this Sunday after Storm Eunice causing chaos during the week.

The hit skating show was filmed at Bovingdon Airport in Hemel Hempstead, which is already windy.

However, the crew is said to fear that history could repeat itself for a ITV shows, and is concerned that the carriages and cabins on site may be damaged.







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It comes later I Am A Celebrity was broadcast for three days after the set was severely damaged by Hurricane Arwen last year.

An insider told Daily Star that they have “stretched themselves up”.

A source on the show also told the Mirror: “The show took a number of precautions today as the health and safety of our cast and crew is paramount. but we’re very confident it won’t affect Sunday’s show.”

Even so, the show went well, with the series unhindered by another storm.

Dancing On Ice airs at 6pm every Sunday on ITV.

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