Candice Brown has landed in the bottom two and risks elimination from Dancing on Ice.
The former Great British Bake Off winner and her professional skating partner Matt Evers received the lowest score when their marks from the judges and the voting public were combined.
They will have another full week to practice and train before facing the skate off next Sunday. Only six of the 12 celebrities performed on Dancing on Ice’s debut episode, with the other half skating next week.
Whoever receives the lowest combined score next week will then face Candice and one of the two of them will be eliminated.
Asked what she was going to work on before skating again, Candice said: “My extensions, my hands and trying to relax into it…I was nervous, it was the first time I’ve done anything like that. But this week I’m going to do it.”
Dancing on Ice returned to ITV after four years away with a new judging panel. Former coaches on the show Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean marked the celebrities alongside Diversity’s Ashley Banjo and veteran judge Jason Gardiner.
Dancing on Ice continues next Saturday on ITV.