Series in chaos after “three participants drop out”

The news of Dancing On Ice is not good – reports claim it was “thrown into chaos” after three participants left the show this weekend.

Despite the absences, ITV is reportedly still being eliminated.

Denise still hopes to make it onto the ice (Credit: ITV)

What’s new at Dancing On Ice?

Comedian Rufus Hound is still self-isolating and Denise Van Outen has dropped out of the series because of a shoulder injury.

Tomorrow evening (Sunday, January 31), however, a new name is missing.

Read more: Dancing On Ice: Denise Van Outen had to leave the series after an injury

Reality star Billie Shepherd’s absence is also confirmed due to a family injury.

Even though gymnast Amy Tinkler took Denise’s place on the lineup, it still means three celebs have moved out for one reason or another.

Bille had to drop out this week (Credit: ITV)

What did the source say about the “chaos”?

A source said The sun Newspaper: “The trio of absences caused major headaches. The bosses have to fill two hours at prime time.

“They thought the biggest hurdle would be getting the program on the air …

“… But they couldn’t foresee the coronavirus, which resulted in one candidate dropping out at the same time as two other stars departed due to an injury and a death.

They thought the biggest hurdle would be getting the program on the air.

“With so much bad luck, they prepare for every possible outcome. They don’t take anything for granted. “

ED! went to Dancing On Ice for comment.

Faye Brookes is the new bookmaker favorite for Dancing On Ice
Faye led the rankings (Credit: ITV)

What else happened last week?

Another candidate whose place was seen as threatened was Faye Brookes.

The Corrie star allegedly broke advertising rules and was on the verge of being deleted.

Read More: Dancing On Ice: Holly Willoughby Raises More Ofcom Complaints About The Dress

Faye, who wowed the judges with her debut last week, used Instagram to promote a product.

However, she also mentioned the name of the show in the now-deleted ad, which apparently was against the rules.

ITV declined to comment.

Dancing On Ice will resume tomorrow (Sunday, January 31st) at 6pm on ITV

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