By Owen Tonks and Sean O’Grady for MailOnline
19:33 26 February 2023, updated 19:50 26 February 2023
Dancing On Ice judge Janine Torvill revealed during Sunday’s episode of the show that she injured her arm while skating.
As props week began at the ITV ice skating competition, professional ice dancer Jayne, 65, was seen with her arm in a green sling that matched her dazzling dress.
Asked by host Phillip Scofield about the injury, the 60-year-old said: ‘Things are going wrong on the ice, my bicep tendon is torn, so I need surgery.’
She added: ‘But I’m fine and will be back on the ice soon.’
Jayne isn’t the only Dancing On Ice star to have suffered an injury – the famous contestants had a series of falls during rehearsals this week.
The contestants including Carly Stenson, Neil Wilson and Mollie Gallagher all fell on the ice as they prepared for this evening’s show.
Although no one suffered any injuries that would force them to pull out of the event, a source told MailOnline they were all feeling the pressure of putting in a solid performance with the semi-final draw.
The insider added: ‘There’s been a lot of fallout for celebs this week. There have been no serious injuries, just a few bumps, but the pressure is really mounting as everyone gets closer to the semi-finals and finals.
‘Everyone is determined to give their best performance.’
Doctors star Carly moaned in pain as she fell forward onto the rink with partner Mark Hannerty.
In a snap from rehearsal, Niles can be seen lying on his back as his professional skating partner Olivia Smart ran over to see if he was okay.
Meanwhile, Coronation Street star Molly had to be rescued by her skating partner Sylvain Longchambon after she fell.
On tonight’s show, the remaining contestants were Carly, Nyle, Molly, TOWIE star Joey Essex, singer Siva Kansaveren and Drag Race star The Vivian.
Comedian Darren Harriot and his partner Tippi Packard were the most recently eliminated couple on last week’s show.
Wanted star Shiva has spoken of her determination to make it to the Dancing On Ice final to honor her late bandmate Tom Parker.
Tom passed away last March aged 33 after a brave battle with brain cancer, having been diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020.
Shiva said that if he makes it to the finals, he hopes to do something special in memory of Tom by performing one of his songs.
He also discussed how he plans to invite Tom’s widow, Kelsey, and their two children.
Shiva said: ‘If I can make it to the final, I’d love to do something special for Tom, maybe use one of our songs and invite Kelsey and the kids.’
Shiva also revealed how special it would be for Tom’s children to see their father on screen again.
‘It’s about making more positive memories. To me they are like my nieces and nephews. You want to make good memories with them. I’d love for them to hear our song, maybe see their daddy on screen again,’ he told the Mirror.
Shiva said that Tom is his ‘guiding light’ to whom he turns when times are tough and claims that he always feels his presence.
Tom died in March 2022 after a year and a half long battle with stage four glioblastoma brain cancer.
Dancing On Ice 2023: Meet the contestants
profession: actress and dj
What did he say?: ‘I had turned it down before because I was scared, but when I turned 50 I made a pact to move out of my conflict zone. ,
profession: love island star
What did he say?: ‘I’ve got some amazing news to tell you. I’m so excited, I can’t wait to get on the ice and skate myself. Stay tuned and see you on the ice.
What did he say?: ‘I haven’t got the best co-ordination, so when people find out they’ll laugh, but I don’t want to spend my life saying “I can’t do this, I can’t do that.”
profession: former TOWIE star
What did he say?: ‘I’m very excited. I wanted something with structure in my life and it’s a lot more serious than what I usually do.’
profession: actress and west end star
What did he say?: ‘I’m so excited that I’m getting to learn to…dance on ice! I’m scared but can’t wait – I just want to make the most of this whole experience.’
What did he say?: ‘I want to learn how to skate and make my family proud of me and put on a show for everyone to see.’
profession: former footballer and pundit
What did he say?: ‘I’m definitely in it to win it. And it might be one of the scariest things I’ve signed up for but I couldn’t be more up for the challenge!’
profession: Olympic gymnast
What did he say?: ‘I haven’t ice-skated much but I am very excited for this opportunity. I am very excited to get into that routine and feel like an athlete again.
James Lee William aka Vivian
What did he say?: ‘It’s an honor and an honor to be the first drag artist to take part in a major UK reality competition show A big step towards gay representation on TV.
What did he say?: ‘My feet are too big, I don’t skate and I can’t dance, My family has already placed bets – they’re betting I’ll fall in the first episode!’
What did he say?: ‘I’ve always wanted to do it but I know I’ll never be able to accomplish anything because of the way I was 18 months ago, so I’m really grateful that I’ve found it this year when I’m so much stronger .