Dancing on Ice fans speculate Jayne ‘knows something’ after peculiar comment – Daily Star

Dancing on Ice fans speculate Jayne ‘knows something’ after peculiar comment – Daily Star

The ex-Coronation Street star stumbled twice during his performance, leaving fans feeling disappointed for him. However, some were puzzled by Jayne’s seemingly suggestive hint about his future in the competition. The remaining contestants, including Amber Davies, Greg Rutherford, Roxy Shahidi, Ricky Norwood, Miles Nazaire, Lou Sanders, Eddie “the Eagle” Edwards, and Adele Roberts, took to the ice for Musicals Week. Hosts Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern were there as always to guide us through the latest episode.

After Ryan’s two stumbles, which were blamed on his skate toe pick, Jayne’s feedback left some viewers baffled. She told Ryan: “Good luck for next week.” Viewers were puzzled by this comment, questioning if she knew something they didn’t, as it seemed odd to wish Ryan ‘good luck for next week’ if he wasn’t guaranteed to be in the next episode. In other news, Lou Sanders and Claire Sweeney faced off in the dreaded skate-off last weekend.

Sadly, Claire and her pro skating partner Colin Grafton were sent packing. Despite being in serious pain, Claire managed to perform thanks to the help of a physio and was glad her son could watch her. She mentioned, “It was amazing to learn that skill. Yes it is completely dangerous.

Anything can go wrong. I had something go wrong three hours before. It wasn’t anything major but it just reminds you anything can go wrong at any time. I felt like I’ve only really come into my own in the last couple of weeks.”

She also expressed, “I’ve been solid and feeling good every day. There was a lot of ups and downs but the last two weeks have been solid.” To stay updated with all the celeb and TV news, viewers were encouraged to follow on Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Threads.


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