It’s been a high-pressured few weeks on Dancing On Ice, and it all got to be too much for Brooke Vincent.
The Coronation Street actress has been pictured breaking down in tears ahead of tonight’s semi-final.
The 25-year-old was spotted in tears, crouching down on the ice during rehearsals.
She is seen being comforted by her ice skating partner Matej Silecky. A crew member on the ITV show then offers her a hug.
The dramatic breakdown came after Brooke appeared on Thursday’s This Morning, admitting the pressure was on.
She said: “We want to win. We’ve worked too hard not to win.”
She revealed that it had been a difficult week of rehearsals, thanks to the snowy weather, admitting she had fallen over in the ice.
The actress told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “I’ve had a bit of a trip… Where we stay is down windy roads, obviously it’s caused chaos.”
Brooke is the last female contestant on the show, going up against The X Factor’s Jake Quickenden, Love Island’s Kem Cetinay, and rugby player Max Evans.
Good Morning Britain’s weather presenter Alex Beresford left the show last weekend.
The pressure is on this weekend, as Brooke is skating TWO different routines, dancing to Spice Girls’ ‘Who Do You Think You Are’ and Ariana Grande’s ‘One Last Time’.
It’s been a dramatic series so far, with several of the contestants and professional dancers coming down with the flu.
Show favourite Jake Quickenden was even in a car accident this week, as he battled through the snowy conditions on the road.
The 29-year-old singer was on his way to rehearse at the ITV studios in Hertfordshire with Kem Cetinay when his car spun out of control on the icy roads.
He tweeted: “Be careful if you’re out in the snow, had a nightmare morning, skidded going like 5mph and bumped another car that was broken down, everyone ok, but the roads are tragic so please be careful!!”
Jake also kept his fans up to date with his journey on his Instagram stories, revealing he and Kem were forced to abandon trying to drive to rehearsals and had to walk instead.
He said they were both fine following their car collision but he had a little whiplash.
“We’ve had a nightmare, there’s cars spinning out left, right and centre,” he said as he filmed a live video from his snowy scene.
“I hate driving in the snow, we have spun out.”
Luckily for the pair, they were then able to “hitchhike” a lift from a woman who passed them in her Range Rover.
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