DOI’s Rebekah Vardy performs gravity-defying lifts with pro Andy Buchanan ahead of return to show

Rebekah Vardy was seen performing a series of lifts with her Dancing On Ice partner Andy Buchanan on Friday, as she prepares to return after a week-long break.

Following a series of injuries that forced five stars to pull out of ITV’s ice-skating contest, Rebekah and her remaining competitors were given last Sunday off as producers balanced the logistics surrounding their unprecedented circumstances.

And the WAG, 39, looked ready to take the ice rink by storm this coming Sunday, as she showed off her agility while practices gravity-defying lifts and stunts.

Agile: Rebekah Vardy was seen performing a series of lifts with her Dancing On Ice partner Andy Buchanan on Friday, as she prepares to return after a week-long break

Agile: Rebekah Vardy was seen performing a series of lifts with her Dancing On Ice partner Andy Buchanan on Friday, as she prepares to return after a week-long break

Agile: Rebekah Vardy was seen performing a series of lifts with her Dancing On Ice partner Andy Buchanan on Friday, as she prepares to return after a week-long break

Looking casually cool, the wife of Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy donned a spearmint green sweater, which she teamed with a marbled grey leggings.

Teaming her casual ensemble with a pair of white running shoes, the mother-of-five wore her glossy brunette tresses in a neat bun with a centre-parting.

Going makeup-free, she performed a series of stretches before going into full practice mode outdoors, taking advantage of the unseasonably warm weather.

Donning dark workout gear, Andy was seen leading Rekebah through a series of complex moves as they prepared to vie for the top prize of the season.

Making a statement? Her spearmint green sweater was emblazoned with the word 'optimistic'

Making a statement? Her spearmint green sweater was emblazoned with the word 'optimistic'

Making a statement? Her spearmint green sweater was emblazoned with the word ‘optimistic’

Ready for the rink: The WAG, 39, looked ready to take the ice rink by storm this coming Sunday

Ready for the rink: The WAG, 39, looked ready to take the ice rink by storm this coming Sunday

Gravity-defying: She showed off her agility while practices gravity-defying lifts and stunts

Gravity-defying: She showed off her agility while practices gravity-defying lifts and stunts

Ready for the rink: The WAG, 39, looked ready to take the ice rink by storm this coming Sunday, as she showed off her agility while practices gravity-defying lifts and stunts

Stretch: Before starting her practice session, she performed a series of stretches to warm up

Stretch: Before starting her practice session, she performed a series of stretches to warm up

Stretch: Before starting her practice session, she performed a series of stretches to warm up

Rebekah was seen arriving at the rink in style, wearing a taupe fleece jacket, chic sunglasses and black face mask as she emerged from her luxury car.

Carrying a large black bag and helmet, the skating hopeful smiled broadly as she chatted with Andy, before they kicked off their practice session.

After spending a fair amount of time warming up in the sunshine, the pair made their way inside to polish up their latest routine on the ice rink. 

Dancing On Ice has been branded ‘cursed’ and ‘disastrous’ after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and the novel coronavirus.

Working on her fitness: Looking casually cool, the wife of Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy donned a spearmint green sweater, which she teamed with a marbled grey leggings

Working on her fitness: Looking casually cool, the wife of Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy donned a spearmint green sweater, which she teamed with a marbled grey leggings

Working on her fitness: Looking casually cool, the wife of Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy donned a spearmint green sweater, which she teamed with a marbled grey leggings

Guiding hand: Andy was seen carefully guiding the contestant through their planned routine

Guiding hand: Andy was seen carefully guiding the contestant through their planned routine

I will follow: She was seen listening intently as he instructed her

I will follow: She was seen listening intently as he instructed her

Guiding hand: Andy was seen carefully guiding the contestant through their planned routine

Details: Teaming her casual ensemble with a pair of white running shoes, the mother-of-five wore her glossy brunette tresses in a neat bun with a centre-parting

Details: Teaming her casual ensemble with a pair of white running shoes, the mother-of-five wore her glossy brunette tresses in a neat bun with a centre-parting

Details: Teaming her casual ensemble with a pair of white running shoes, the mother-of-five wore her glossy brunette tresses in a neat bun with a centre-parting

But Rebekah and fellow contestant Faye Brookes, 33, both hit back at the ‘curse’ claims on This Morning on Friday alongside their professional partners.

It comes as show bosses announced later in the day that Dancing On Ice has been cut short and the final has been moved forward by one week. The competition’s final will now take place on Sunday 14 March. 

Talking to Alison Hammond, 46, and Dermot O’Leary, 47, Faye, who is now partnered with Matt Evers, 44, after partner Hamish Gaman, 37, injured his finger. 

She said: ‘We signed up for this – we know this is the most dangerous show on television.

Hello, sunshine! Going makeup-free, she took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather

Hello, sunshine! Going makeup-free, she took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather

Hello, sunshine! Going makeup-free, she took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather

Ensemble: Andy donned dark workout gear for their practice session

Ensemble: Andy donned dark workout gear for their practice session

Competition: Andy was seen leading Rekebah through a series of complex moves as they prepared to vie for the top prize of the season

Competition: Andy was seen leading Rekebah through a series of complex moves as they prepared to vie for the top prize of the season

Ensemble: Donning dark workout gear, Andy was seen leading Rekebah through a series of complex moves as they prepared to vie for the top prize of the season

Week off: Following a series of injuries that forced five stars to pull out of ITV's ice-skating contest, Rebekah and her remaining competitors were given last Sunday off

Week off: Following a series of injuries that forced five stars to pull out of ITV's ice-skating contest, Rebekah and her remaining competitors were given last Sunday off

Week off: Following a series of injuries that forced five stars to pull out of ITV’s ice-skating contest, Rebekah and her remaining competitors were given last Sunday off

‘We’ve got to make sure we take care of ourselves, trust our partner, and keep entertaining on the show every week.’ 

Alison said: ‘It’s absolute carnage isn’t it?’ to which Matt said: ‘It’s a whole new world, literally we’ve had 11 hours together to get ready for Sunday.’

Faye continued on the subject of changing partner: ‘Well my head was spinning obviously but what’s so lovely I owe everything to Hamish.

‘He taught me everything from basics to how to perform and I fell in love with ice skating. 

DOI curse? Dancing On Ice has been branded 'cursed' and 'disastrous' after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and the novel coronavirus

DOI curse? Dancing On Ice has been branded 'cursed' and 'disastrous' after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and the novel coronavirus

DOI curse? Dancing On Ice has been branded ‘cursed’ and ‘disastrous’ after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and the novel coronavirus

Cut short: Show bosses announced on Friday that Dancing On Ice has been cut short and the final has been moved forward by one week, now taking place on Sunday 14 March

Cut short: Show bosses announced on Friday that Dancing On Ice has been cut short and the final has been moved forward by one week, now taking place on Sunday 14 March

Cut short: Show bosses announced on Friday that Dancing On Ice has been cut short and the final has been moved forward by one week, now taking place on Sunday 14 March

‘Things have changed and I have Matt… he knows what the judges want, but he’s a pro, we’ve had to work ridiculously hard in the last week.’

Addressing the number of drop-outs, Matt said: ‘We are still standing. The morale here is still high we know were up against a lot this year.

‘But it’s about making the best of a bad situation that 2020 and 2021 brought. It’s a matter of keeping a smile.

Rebekah, who  is partnered with Andy Buchanan, said there is little time for a break and it’s all ‘go, go, go.’

And she said she’s not afraid to shy away from crazy moves, like last week’s one which saw her being spun around by her legs. 

She said: ‘I loved it, I’m a bit of an adrenaline junkie and I said let’s give it a shot and he told me we have to do it from a running jump.’

Andy interjected: ‘There’s no room for error in this. If she’s in the wrong position then it’ll go wrong, she’s going as much as I am it’s 50/5.’0 

Rebekah added: Next week, it’s movie week. We’ve got something I never watched, Breakfast at Tiffany’s – skating to Moon River.

‘I actually had to go and watch it back as it hadn’t been something I had seen. The show has taught me to just enjoy every single moment and have so much fun.

‘I can’t thank this guy so much for a teaching me to skate and not to take myself too seriously, I take the mick out of myself.’

Dancing On Ice bosses announced on Friday that the show had been cut short after five celebrities were forced to quit due to injury and coronavirus.  

It was confirmed that the show’s finale would now be taking place on Sunday March 14, instead of the original date of March 21.

'It's the most dangerous show on TV': Dancing On Ice has been branded 'cursed' and 'disastrous' after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and coronavirus  (Faye Brookes pictured with pro partner Matt Evers)

'It's the most dangerous show on TV': Dancing On Ice has been branded 'cursed' and 'disastrous' after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and coronavirus  (Faye Brookes pictured with pro partner Matt Evers)

‘It’s the most dangerous show on TV’: Dancing On Ice has been branded ‘cursed’ and ‘disastrous’ after the show was cut short following five stars quitting due to injury and coronavirus  (Faye Brookes pictured with pro partner Matt Evers) 

Hitting back! But contestants Faye Brookes, 33, and Rebekah Vardy (pictured with pro Andy Buchanan)  both hit back at the 'curse' claims on This Morning on Friday alongside their professional partners

Hitting back! But contestants Faye Brookes, 33, and Rebekah Vardy (pictured with pro Andy Buchanan)  both hit back at the 'curse' claims on This Morning on Friday alongside their professional partners

Hitting back! But contestants Faye Brookes, 33, and Rebekah Vardy (pictured with pro Andy Buchanan)  both hit back at the ‘curse’ claims on This Morning on Friday alongside their professional partners 

A spokesperson for the show said in a statement: ‘ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week. The competition’s final will now take place on Sunday 14th March.

‘Our production team and cast have delivered a fantastic show during incredibly challenging times.

‘Continuing to make the best TV for our viewers is our top priority and we look forward to the rest of the series, on air from this Sunday at 6pm.’

A source speaking to The Sun about the shock decision, claimed: ‘Everybody is absolutely gutted that it’s come to this.

Wow! And she said she's not afraid to shy away from crazy moves, like last week's one which saw her being spun around by her legs

Wow! And she said she's not afraid to shy away from crazy moves, like last week's one which saw her being spun around by her legs

Wow! And she said she’s not afraid to shy away from crazy moves, like last week’s one which saw her being spun around by her legs

Choice: A spokesperson for the show said in a statement: 'ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week' (the original line-up pictured)

Choice: A spokesperson for the show said in a statement: 'ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week' (the original line-up pictured)

 Choice: A spokesperson for the show said in a statement: ‘ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week’ (the original line-up pictured) 

‘But ultimately, due to injuries and shooting the show during a pandemic, they’ve been left with no choice.

‘They can’t compromise on the quality of the programme, so in order to keep it to the high standards that everyone expects, they’ve decided to trim the series by a show.’  

The source added that by cutting the show short, it would ensure that those who are left would get the semi-final and grand finale they ‘deserve’. 

The show was cancelled last week after several celebrity contestants quit due to skating injuries and positive coronavirus tests.  

Dancing On Ice 2021: The ‘Cursed’ Series

January 13

Graham Bell’s partner Yebin Mok suffers a freak accident after suffering ‘a very nasty wound from an ice blade’. 

While it was initially thought she would return to the competition, the injuries were worse than anticipated and she was replaced by Karina Manta. They were voted out the following weekend.

Ouch! Graham Bell's partner Yebin Mok suffers a freak accident after suffering 'a very nasty wound from an ice blade'

Ouch! Graham Bell's partner Yebin Mok suffers a freak accident after suffering 'a very nasty wound from an ice blade'

Ouch! Graham Bell’s partner Yebin Mok suffers a freak accident after suffering ‘a very nasty wound from an ice blade’

Out! While it was initially thought she would return to the competition, the injuries were worse than anticipated and she was replaced

Out! While it was initially thought she would return to the competition, the injuries were worse than anticipated and she was replaced

Out! While it was initially thought she would return to the competition, the injuries were worse than anticipated and she was replaced

January 26

Denise Van Outen announces she’s quit Dancing On Ice after learning she’d fractured her shoulder in an accident during training. 

The presenter, 46, shared an Instagram statement telling fans she’d withdrawn the show after being told by doctors the injury would leave her severely limited in training.

Denise was replaced by retired Olympic gymnast Amy Tinkler, 21, who made her debut on the ice the following weekend alongside pro Joe Johnson. Amy and Joe were voted off on February 14.

Injury! Denise Van Outen announced she'd quit after fracturing her shoulder in training

Injury! Denise Van Outen announced she'd quit after fracturing her shoulder in training

Injury! Denise Van Outen announced she’d quit after fracturing her shoulder in training

Gone! The presenter told fans she'd withdrawn the show after being told by doctors the injury would leave her severely limited in training [pictured with pro partner Matt Evers]

Gone! The presenter told fans she'd withdrawn the show after being told by doctors the injury would leave her severely limited in training [pictured with pro partner Matt Evers]

Gone! The presenter told fans she’d withdrawn the show after being told by doctors the injury would leave her severely limited in training [pictured with pro partner Matt Evers]

January 28 

Billie Shepherd reveals her grandmother Wendy has tragically passed away. She died age 77 from pneumonia.

In the wake of the news it was revealed that the former TOWIE star wouldn’t appear in the next episode of the ITV skating show following the death.

January 31

Rufus Hound misses the live show due to coming into contact with someone with COVID-19.

Positive! Rufus Hound quit the show entirely, after testing positive for COVID-19

Positive! Rufus Hound quit the show entirely, after testing positive for COVID-19

Positive! Rufus Hound quit the show entirely, after testing positive for COVID-19

February 3 

Rufus Hound quits the show entirely, after testing positive for COVID-19. 

The comedian, 41, took to Twitter to announce the news. He posted an accompanying video message explaining why he regretfully had to withdraw from the ITV skating competition.

Show bosses confirmed that Rufus and his professional partner Robin Johnstone would be both be stepping down and replaced by Matt Richardson, 29, and his pro-skater partner Vicky Ogden.

They were voted out after just one performance. 

Tragedy! Billie Shepherd's grandmother died, after which she suffered a concussion and had to pull out [pictured with pro Mark Hanretty]

Tragedy! Billie Shepherd's grandmother died, after which she suffered a concussion and had to pull out [pictured with pro Mark Hanretty]

Tragedy! Billie Shepherd’s grandmother died, after which she suffered a concussion and had to pull out [pictured with pro Mark Hanretty]

February 6  

Billie Shepherd is forced to quit the show after suffering a concussion following a fall in training. 

The Mummy Diaries star, 31, reportedly went to hospital for an MRI scan after being left unconscious following the accident.

The next day, Billie shared a photo of herself with professional partner Mark Hanretty from their ‘first and last’ dance as she confirmed her exit.

An ITV representative also confirmed to MailOnline that Billie would not be replaced for the remainder of the competition. 

Next out! Joe-Warren Plant was the fourth celebrity forced to bow out after he tested positive for coronavirus

Next out! Joe-Warren Plant was the fourth celebrity forced to bow out after he tested positive for coronavirus

Next out! Joe-Warren Plant was the fourth celebrity forced to bow out after he tested positive for coronavirus

Crestfallen! The Emmerdale actor, 18, said he was 'disappointed' to not be able to continue with the show, while his skating partner Vanessa Bauer, 24, said she was 'heartbroken'

Crestfallen! The Emmerdale actor, 18, said he was 'disappointed' to not be able to continue with the show, while his skating partner Vanessa Bauer, 24, said she was 'heartbroken'

Crestfallen! The Emmerdale actor, 18, said he was ‘disappointed’ to not be able to continue with the show, while his skating partner Vanessa Bauer, 24, said she was ‘heartbroken’

February 12

Joe-Warren Plant becomes the fourth celebrity forced to bow out after he tested positive for coronavirus.

The Emmerdale actor, 18, said he was ‘disappointed’ to not be able to continue with the show, while his skating partner Vanessa Bauer, 24, said she was ‘heartbroken’.

The professional skater revealed the pair got the ‘shock’ phone call during rehearsals on Thursday evening and said they ‘both feel fine’.

February 14

Jason Donovan, 52, pulls out of the Valentine’s Day live show with the star being advised to rest after suffering from back pain.

The former Neighbours actor said in a statement: ‘I’ve had back pain the past couple of days and I’m under doctor’s orders to take it easy and sit this week out. 

‘I’m resting up, I’ll be watching from home and cheering everyone on and I look forward to returning next week.’

He sent a video message into the show wishing his fellow contestants luck for the episode. 

Painful! Jason Donovan, 52, pulled out of the Valentine's Day live show with the star being advised to rest after suffering from back pain

Painful! Jason Donovan, 52, pulled out of the Valentine's Day live show with the star being advised to rest after suffering from back pain

Painful! Jason Donovan, 52, pulled out of the Valentine’s Day live show with the star being advised to rest after suffering from back pain

Another one bites the dust! Hamish Gamin was forced to bow out after injuring his hand 'whilst putting on a sock'

Another one bites the dust! Hamish Gamin was forced to bow out after injuring his hand 'whilst putting on a sock'

Another one bites the dust! Hamish Gamin was forced to bow out after injuring his hand ‘whilst putting on a sock’

February 15

ITV announce that Dancing On Ice will not air on February 21, but will be back, live on February 28. 

The purpose of the break was to allow the stars a week off to give both cast and crew a chance to ‘recharge and rest up’.

In a statement from an ITV spokesperson, it was revealed that show bosses felt it ‘prudent to take a week’s break at this juncture’ to protect ‘the welfare of all of those involved.’

February 16

Pro skater Hamish Gaman quits what is increasingly being referred to as the ‘cursed’ show. 

Hamish, 37, is forced to bow out after injuring his hand ‘whilst putting on a sock’.

An ITV spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘Sadly we can confirm that Hamish Gaman, who has been partnered with Faye Brookes, has had to withdraw from the competition.

‘We thank him for all his hard work and wish him the very best as he takes some time out to allow his injury to fully heal.’

Faye remains in the competition but is instead partnered with Matt Evers, who was previously partnered with Denise Van Outen.   

Bye! An ITV spokesperson told MailOnlin - 'Sadly we can confirm that Hamish Gaman, who has been partnered with Faye Brookes, has had to withdraw from the competition'

Bye! An ITV spokesperson told MailOnlin - 'Sadly we can confirm that Hamish Gaman, who has been partnered with Faye Brookes, has had to withdraw from the competition'

Bye! An ITV spokesperson told MailOnlin – ‘Sadly we can confirm that Hamish Gaman, who has been partnered with Faye Brookes, has had to withdraw from the competition’

February 22

Jason Donovan quits the show after failing to recover from a back injury.

The Neighbours star, 52, had pulled out of the Valentine’s Day live episode to recover but on the advice of medics is not returning to the competition. 

He announced the news on Facebook, saying he’s ‘completely gutted’ to leave as he thanked his pro partner Alexandra Schauman for all her support. 

Jason said: ‘I am devastated to announce that due to this ongoing back issue which occurred on DOI about 10 days ago and at the advice of my medical team in the show that unfortunately I can’t continue the competition and therefore have to withdraw.    

‘It’s a nightmare and I’m completely gutted, we put so much work into getting to this point, but I have to respect my health and body moving forward and that’s my biggest priority.’

February 26

ITV confirmed that the show’s finale will now be taking place on Sunday March 14, instead of the original date of March 21

A spokesperson for the show said in a statement: ‘ITV have taken the decision to move the final of Dancing on Ice forward by one week. 

‘The competition’s final will now take place on Sunday 14th March. Our production team and cast have delivered a fantastic show during incredibly challenging times.

‘Continuing to make the best TV for our viewers is our top priority and we look forward to the rest of the series, on air from this Sunday at 6pm.’

Another exit: Jason Donovan quits the show after failing to recover from a back injury, announcing the news on Facebook (pictured with Alexandra Schauman in February)

Another exit: Jason Donovan quits the show after failing to recover from a back injury, announcing the news on Facebook (pictured with Alexandra Schauman in February)

Another exit: Jason Donovan quits the show after failing to recover from a back injury, announcing the news on Facebook (pictured with Alexandra Schauman in February)

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On Thursday, Dancing On Ice co-host Phillip Schofield, 58, mocked this year’s disastrous series after five stars have quit the show and it was forced to take a one-week hiatus. 

The show was cancelled last week after several celebrity contestants quit due to skating injuries and positive coronavirus tests.

Earlier this week, Jason Donovan became the latest celebrity to quit Dancing On Ice.

The Neighbours star, 52, told fans he was taking a week off to recover from a back injury, however he has now announced he won’t be returning to the ITV show.  

He becomes the fifth star to bow out of the ‘cursed’ competition after Denise Van Outen and Billie Faiers have to leave due to injuries and Rufus Hound and Joe-Warren Plant were axed following positive Covid test results. 

It was then revealed all of DOI would be taking a weeks break and the show did not air on Sunday (February 21), to give skaters time to recover following a series of axes. 

Ha! Phillip Schofield mocked this year's disastrous series of Dancing On Ice on Thursday after five stars have quit the show and it was forced to take a one-week hiatus

Ha! Phillip Schofield mocked this year's disastrous series of Dancing On Ice on Thursday after five stars have quit the show and it was forced to take a one-week hiatus

Ha! Phillip Schofield mocked this year’s disastrous series of Dancing On Ice on Thursday after five stars have quit the show and it was forced to take a one-week hiatus 

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