As 12 couples remained, this week’s Dancing On Ice brought a new challenge for its contestants – skating in pairs in a bid to win immunity from the public vote….
The first face-off of the night saw Chico and Sam Nixon going head to head in a routine inspired by Freddie Mercury and Queen
Once again Chico showed off impressive skating skills, and it was him and partner Jodeyne Higgins who won the first immunity of the night
There was a stylish battle between Jennifer Ellison and Sebastien Foucan – but the free runner ultimately made it through to next week with his acrobatic performance
Corey Feldman and Chemmy Allcott made for an odd pairing but found themselves together following their low scores on last weekend’s show
Both showed improvement this week but it was Chemmy and partner Sean Rice who won the judges’ vote
Christina Perri made a special appearance midway through the show to perform her single Jar Of Hearts while Torvill and Dean skated
Then it was time for the ‘battle of the blondes’ as Heidi Range and Charlene Tilton took to the ice
Charlene was hoping to escape the bottom two once again but the judges awarded immunity to Heidi, leaving the Dallas star in the firing line
The two favourites, Jorgie Porter and Matthew Wolfenden, performed a sizzling routine in skintight clothing – but despite dividing the judges it was Matthew who won
Finally Rosemary Conley went head to head with Coronation Street’s Andy Whyment
Andy and partner Vicky Ogden turned in another solid performance which once again split the judges’ vote….
…..but in the end it was Rosemary and partner Mark Hanretty who won the final immunity of the evening
Six couples went on to face the public vote – but there were no hiccups for Jorgie Porter who sailed straight through to next week
A worried looking Jennifer Ellison also won her place in next Sunday’s show after the public voted her through
Eventually Charlene Tilton found herself in the skate-off for the second week in a row
Ultimately though the judges saved her once again by two votes to one – which meant Corey Feldman’s time on the ice was over. The Stand By Me star said he had had a ‘tremendous’ experience on the show. And then there were 11….