Nine celebrities remained to battle it out in this weekend’s Dancing On Ice – which had a ‘school disco’ theme and saw all the stars performing to memorable tracks from their classroom days
The show kicked off with Shayne Ward dancing to Ricky Martin’s Living La Vida Loca – but still failing to make an impact with the judges
Luke Campbell’s school days clearly weren’t that long ago since he skated to the Westlife hit When The Going Gets Tough
Anthea Turner couldn’t resist a nostalgic look back at the Donny Osmond era followed by a performance to Puppy Love
Keith Chegwin took to the rink performing to The Jackson 5’s I’ll Be There – and notched up his best score yet
Gareth Thomas revealed himself to be a child of the 80s when he skated to the Bros track When Will I Be Famous?
Meanwhile gymnast Beth Tweddle and Dan Whiston went for a Western inspired routine to the Steps hit 5,6,7,8
Matt Lapinskas skated to 5ive’s Slam Dunk Da Funk and ended up top of the leaderboard for his troubles – but Jason Gardiner complained he was staying in his ‘comfort zone’
Joe Pasquale played it straight this week with his performance to 10cc’s The Things We Do For Love – but still wound up bottom of the heap
Samia Ghadie rounded off the first half of the show with a daring routine to the Spice Girls’ Wannabe which included the dreaded ‘headbanger’ move
When it came to the results show Shayne Ward and Maria Filippov were thrilled to have survived another week
….as were Joe Pasquale and Vicky Ogden
Anthea Turner, on the other hand, once again found herself performing a ‘save me’ skate – this time to Nina Simone’s Feeling Good
She found herself up against Keith Chegwin, with his routine to Rihanna’s Disturbia
But despite winning Ashley’s support, ultimately it was Anthea who became the fourth person to leave the competition
The TV presenter admitted her disappointment in leaving but paid tribute to the production staff and skating partner Andy Buchanan. And now we’re down to eight….