Gemma DOI Credit: ITV

The bizarre ‘truth’ behind Gemma Collins’ nasty Dancing On Ice fall

She fell face-first onto the ice last month

Gemma Collins’ fall on Dancing On Ice may have been caused by a Second World War ghost, according to a shaman who cleansed the rink of negative energy days after.

The former TOWIE star was left with bruised knees after falling face-first onto the ice during a performance last month.

Days after her fall, Gemma called in psychic Sue Holmes in a bid to get rid of any negative energy surrounding the rink.

Gemma Collins and Matt Evers on DOI
Gemma was left with bruised knees after falling face-first onto the ice (Credit: ITV)

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And now Sue has claimed Gemma struggled on the show because the Dancing On Ice studio is built on the former RAF Bovingdon base – which was used by British and US pilots in the Second World War.

Speaking to the Mirror, Sue explained: “As a professional space clearing consultant, first of all I come and I sense the energies of the place.

“I asked people about the history and it had been a base during the war, an RAF base. There would have been a lot of fear.”

She added: “There were two lines of disharmonious land energy. They were crossing the ice rink. They actually crossed in the very place where the fall happened.”

The star’s confidence was knocked after her fall (Credit: ITV)

Sue said she used crystals at “the healing point to harmonise that energy”.

Last week, Gemma revealed she had hired a psychic to cleanse the rink of negative energy after her painful fall.

In a video shared to her Instagram Stories, she said: “I’ve brought a psychic into the ice today to cleanse the energy for my performance on Sunday.

“There’s very bad energy in this corner and it’s affecting the performance. We are gonna banish out all the bad energy for this Sunday. Hell yeah!”

Gemma also revealed clips of Sue moving around the studio chanting and carrying out rituals to “cleanse” the space.

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The star added: “She’s banishing away the negative energy since my trauma of the fall on the ice. She’s getting me at one with the ice again. Go on, darling!”

Gemma left the competition on Sunday night alongside her professional skating partner Matt Evers, after receiving 15.5 points out of 40 for their performance.

After being sent home, Gemma said: “I’ve had fun and I’m a bit intuitional and I did say tonight’s my night, I just want to bow out gracefully now.”

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