Dancing On Ice 2021 has been accused of drawing on NHS resources during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hear’Say star Suzanne Shaw asked if the ITV show should be on screens right now.
Suzanne, who was on the program back in 2008, said candidates who go to hospital with injuries will not help during the pandemic.
What did Suzanne say about Dancing On Ice 2021?
Suzanne told Closer magazine, “Dancing on ice can be dangerous and I’ve been wondering if the show should be on right now.
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“Our NHS is already struggling under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. So does it help when people go to the hospital for injuries caused by an entertainment show?
“I can understand that DOI got over it. I love the show but I hope it no longer takes up the NHS time. “
So far, participant Denise Van Outen and pro-skaters Yebin Mok and Andy Buchanan have ended up in hospital with injuries.
Earlier this month, candidate Rebekah Vardy announced that she had injured partner Andy while “practicing a trick”.
she said The sun: “I seem to be the only one who injured my professional and took him to the hospital. I apologize.
“No, it was awful; I think I just resigned myself to scarring his face. “
Meanwhile, Yebin and celebrity partner Graham Bell pulled out of the launch show after injuring her leg.
Graham said in a statement, “I fell while we were training on Monday and Yebin, my pro dance partner, fell on the back of my skate.
“Her shin was badly injured and she had to have an operation to clean and sew the wound.
“She spent Monday night at Watford Hospital and was released yesterday. Fortunately, there was no nerve or tendon damage.”
In addition, the candidate and actress Denise dislocated her left shoulder and damaged her tendons after an accident on the ice.
Dancing On Ice Stars suffer injuries
Poor Denise needed gas and air in A&E when the doctors put her shoulder back into position.
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She said, “Told you, I’m clumsy on the ice!
“Many thanks to everyone @itv. (Medics & Production) and our wonderful @ nhswebsite for looking after me, because I know how overwhelmed you are at the moment. “
Dancing On Ice continues on Sunday January 31st at 6pm on ITV.
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