It was theatre night on Dancing On Ice this week, with the remaining nine contestants performing routines to show songs. But who would steal the show and who would be getting their final curtain call?
Jeff Brazier continued his steady improvement, scoring his highest marks yet for his routine to All I Ask Of You from The Phantom Of The Opera, which kicked off the show
Second on to the ice was Denise Welch with a routine inspired by the hit musical Chicago. Jason praised her ‘derriere’ but wasn’t so sure about her skating
Sam Attwater and Brianne Delcourt scored highly again with their comical routine to Flash Bang Wallop – with Philip dropping hints at their rumoured romance into the conversation afterwards
There was No Business Like Show Business for Kerry Katona and Dan Whiston – but would her energetic skating and shiny gold leotard keep her out of the skate-off?
This week’s show also featured a special performance from Wicked star Rachel Tucker, who performed one of the songs from the musical, Defying Gravity
Chloe Madeley performed to the dramatic ballad On My Own from Les Miserables – and once again she was a hit with both judges and public
Johnson Beharry got in touch with his ‘smiley’ side this week, performing to the Spamalot/Monty Python track Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life
There was another flamboyant moment for Vanilla Ice when he appeared on the rink for his routine to Grease’s Born To Hand Jive in a 1950s style car
The rapper was another who received his highest marks yet for this week’s routine
‘Comedy’ Dave Vitty was channelling the spirit of the 60s in his routine to the Hair track Age Of Aquarius – complete with dayglo hippyish outfit and a long wig
The radio presenter did his best with the colourful routine but still scored just 12.5 points from the judges
Laura Hamilton finished off the first part of Sunday’s show with a routine to Hairspray’s You Can’t Stop The Beat which actually resulted in her tying with Sam at the top of the judges’ scoreboard
When the results were announced, it was the bottom two on the scoreboard, Kerry and Comedy Dave, who found themselves in the skate-off
In the end though it was Comedy Dave who was voted out after both Emma and Jason chose to save Kerry. He cheerfully accepted his fate, admitting that he was “gutted” but that he was not the best skater. And now eight remain….