Dancing On Ice semi-final shock results REVEALED


Amber Davies became the latest celeb to leave Dancing On Ice during the show’s nail-biting semi-final on Sunday. 

The Love Island star, 27,  just missed out on a place in next weeks finale after landing in the dreaded skate off alongside Adele Roberts. 

How She Got Out

Despite scoring the full 40 marks for her routine as she flew through the air on wires with partner Simon Senecal, Amber once again found herself in the bottom two for a third week in a row. 

Her exit cemented Adele’s place in grand final alongside Greg Rutherford, Ryan Thomas and Miles Nazaire.

However before the judges had even made their decision an emotional Amber began gushing about her time on the series forcing host Stephen Mulhern to exclaim: ‘You haven’t gone yet!’. 

She replied: ‘I feel like I have been on borrowed time’. 

Following both skate off performances the judges Ashley Banjo, Motsi Mabuse, Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill, unanimously decided to save Adele. 

Motsi Mabuse said: ‘I hate to see the two women in the skate-off, I think it’s a shame’.

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While Christopher Dean said deciding between the two came down to ‘such fine margins’.

Amber Had Some Words For Her Partner

Amber then praised partner Simon saying her time with him had been ‘life changing in so many ways’.

Before going on to gush about the behind the scenes staff for all their hard work. 

Host Holly Willoughby comforted the reality star before she skated off to applause fro the studio audience. 

The latest show pushed the celebs’ skating skills to the limits as they performed twice, with one dance seeing them forced to master working on wires.

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