Dance on Ice eliminates the famous fourth actress Amy Tinkler

Dancing on ice spoilers follow.

Dancing on IcHe has eliminated his fourth celebrity.

ITV’s skate show returned for the Valentine’s Week program on Sunday night (February 14), where the remaining celebrities – without Jason Donovan injured – took to the ice like figures from the love stories biggest ever.

Voted into the skate with a mix of judge scores and spectator votes were Lady Leshurr and her skating companions Brendyn Hatfield and Amy Tinkler and her companion Joe Johnson.

After an emotional final performance, yes Amy and Joe which the judges voted unanimously.

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“I’ve had the best time and I’m so grateful to have met Joe,” said Amy. “He’s been the best partner ever.”

“Nothing is over,” said Joe.

Amy had a remarkable start to her leg in the series, serving as a substitute for Denise van Outen after being ruled out of the competition due to a shoulder injury.

She will follow Matt Richardson, Graham Bell and Myleene Klass from the competition.

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Amy was fired after a tight week, where Faye Brookes and Hamish Gaman were crying after receiving feedback from the judges.

He also follows Rebekah Vardy performing the headbanger while dressed as Rachel from Friends.

Dancing on ice air on ITV.


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