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Jane Danson thanks Sylvain Longchambon following faint

OHMYGOSSIP — Jane Danson has thanked Dancing on Ice’s Sylvain Longchambon for “saving her” after she fainted.
The 40-year-old soap star was carried off the ice on a stretcher on Sunday afternoon (03.02.19) after she collapsed during a rehearsal for that evening’s show, and she later thanked everyone from ITV for looking after her, as well as her 38-year-old pro skater partner.
She wrote on Twitter: “Thank you to the make up team for sprinkling their magic and making me feel me again. Massive thanks to @BhamPhysioLtd and @slongchambon for saving me today. And thank you for voting x. (sic)”
Sylvain praised his partner after she progressed to the next round.
He tweeted: “What a nerve wracking day that was!!! Congratulations to @realjanedanson for going through tonight’s routine! Don’t forget to vote if you want to support us and see us skate next week!! (sic)”
The actress was assessed by the show’s medics and was told to rest before performing on the live episode, during which they performed their routine without a hitch.
Later that evening, Saira Khan and her professional partner Mark Hanretty were eliminated from the show after losing in the skate-off to Ryan Sidebottom and Brandee Malto.
Jane’s husband Robert Beck showed his support for his wife, writing on his Twitter after the show: “Thought I couldn’t be any prouder of my wife .. I was very wrong .. xxxx. (sic)”
The ‘Coronation Street’ actress – who shares two children Harry, 12 and Sam, nine, with the actor – previously said she is proud of their strong marriage.
She explained: “Rob’s absolutely my best friend in the world. We’ve only had about two rows in 20 years.
“I’m not saying we don’t get on each other’s nerves sometimes but we’re a strong team and we’ve always allowed each other to be individuals.”

Source: Female First
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