Not another one! This year’s Dancing on Ice contestants are dropping like flies

Billie Faires-Shepherd has been forced to pull out of Dancing on Ice after suffering a severe concussion during training.
The former TOWIE star suffered a bad fall during training earlier this week and was ordered to pull out of the ITV series for her own safety.
The mum-of-two sadly only got to perform once on the show as she missed last weeks episode due to her beloved nans death.
An ITV spokeswoman confirmed: During rehearsals for this weeks show, Billie Shepherd has had a fall.
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Taking the expert advice of the Dancing on Ice medical team, she sadly cannot perform this weekend and will therefore now withdraw from the competition.
We wish Billie well as she now takes the time to recover”.
This years Dancing on Ice contestants are dropping like flies. Last week comedian Rufus Hound had to leave the show after he missed a week due to being a close contact of a confirmed Covid case, and pulled out of the show entirely when he himself tested positive.
Denise Van Outen also pulled out of the show when she suffered a shoulder injury.
Reserves Amy Tinkler, 21, and comedian Matt Richardson, 29, have stepped in to replace them. No word on whether producers have a third reserve to replace Billie.
Before the news of Billies exit was announced, presenter Phillip Schofield confirmed it was the first time in the shows history that both reserves had been called to action: I asked my team and we realised that this is the first time ever weve used both of our reserves.