DANCING On Ice’s Rebekah Vardy took a tumble in training just days after co-star Billie Faiers was forced to quit due to a concussion.
The 38-year-old Wag crumpled face first on the floor while skating with her partner Andy Buchanan.
Rebekah Vardy crashed to the ground in Dancing On Ice rehearsals[/caption]
Fortunately a helmet-wearing Becky was unscathed and made light of the fall on Instagram.
She joked: “This week is going AMAZINGLY well…. “
Denise Van Outen, who was forced to withdraw after dislocating her shoulder, commented: “Bless ya! .”
It comes after former Towie star Billie revealed her disappointment over her exit from the show.
The Sun exclusively reported the 31-year-old was left with concussion and ordered by medics to pull out of the ITV series for her own safety.
Luckily she wasn’t hurt[/caption]
The star fell flat on her front left the competition with concussion[/caption]
Billie had previously taken time off after her beloved Nanny Wendy died aged 77.
She wrote: “I am so so sad that our @dancingonice journey has come to an end after an accident in rehearsals on Friday causing me a head injury, forcing us out of the competition .
“@markhanretty A true friend for life, you have been the most incredible partner throughout all of this, I mean you taught me to skate for one
“Thank you for being so kind, supportive, patient, understanding, and thank you for being such a happy, positive person when I needed it the most
Becky is partnered with Andy Buchanan[/caption]
“It’s been a tough couple of weeks personally for me and coming back to skating this week has really been a great distraction
“I am so so gutted we can’t perform tonight, we worked so so hard on this week’s routine
“However, although it has sadly been cut short , being part of @dancingonice has been the best experience, I have met some wonderful people and I actually feel quite proud of myself that I pushed myself so far out of my comfort zone and faced some of my biggest fears
“I’m going to miss being part of this incredible show so much I wish all of the rest of cast so much luck and I will be cheering you all on every Sunday, you are all amazing !!!
“Thank you to everyone for your kind messages and support throughout all of this It means so much to me and I am so grateful ”
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The mum-of-two was rehearsing with her pro partner Mark Hanretty, 35, at the studios at Bovingdon Airfield, Herts, when she slipped.
On-site medics checked her over, before she was taken to hospital for an MRI scan to detect any damage to her head.
Meanwhile today it was announced Joe-Warren Plant and his skating partner Vanessa Bauer had left the competition after testing positive for Covid.