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Rachel Stevens pulls out of Dancing on Ice debut due to injury

OHMYGOSSIP — Rachel Stevens has pulled out of Sunday night’s ‘Dancing on Ice’ after injuring herself in training.
The 43-year-old singer was due to make her debut on the ice on Sunday (23.01.22), but following expert advice from the ITV show’s medical professionals she will miss out and hopefully skate the following week.
A spokesperson for ‘Dancing on Ice’ said: “Due to an injury sustained in training and on the expert advice from the ‘Dancing on Ice’ medical professionals, Rachel Stevens will not skate in this Sunday’s show.
“We look forward to her returning to the show next weekend.”
Rachel suffered a fractured wrist following a fall, but she is hoping to skate for the first time in Week Three, Sunday January 30th.
It comes after Happy Mondays star Bez was struck down with COVID this week, but he was not due to skate on Sunday’s show anyway.
Earlier this month, Rachel admitted she was “terrified” of making her ‘Dancing On Ice’ debut.
The former S Club 7 star – who rose to fame as a member of the ‘Reach’ group in the late-90s – is partnered up with ice skating professional Brendyn Hatfield on the forthcoming season, and admitted that while she can dance, she is feeling nervous about performing on the ice in front of the nation.
She said: “I’m so excited – I can’t wait for it all to get started. It’s such a great team of people and I love my partner Brendyn Hatfield, so it’s all super-exciting but terrifying at the same time. Totally terrifying!
“I’ve danced and performed for years but doing it on ice means starting something totally from scratch.
“But I can’t wait to just go for it and have fun – and I’m loving working with Brendyn. He’s just adorable and such a brilliant teacher.”

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