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She was given the boot from Dancing On Ice this Sunday. 

But Michelle Heaton put a brave face on as she left the hotel on Monday after being voted off.

The singer, 43, looked sensational in a pair of tight-fitted black leather leggings that emphasized her svelte waist.

Smiling: Michelle Heaton put a brave face on as she left the hotel on Monday after being voted off Dancing On Ice

Smiling: Michelle Heaton put a brave face on as she left the hotel on Monday after being voted off Dancing On Ice

She caught the eye in a bold lime green fuzzy jumper, which she teamed with black patent leather high-heeled boots.

Her brunette locks were swept up in a messy bun and she hid her eyes behind a pair of pink aviator-style sunglasses.

Michelle waved as she pushed her rose gold suitcase along and blew kisses to the photographers.

Incredible: The singer, 43, looked sensational in a pair of tight-fitted black leather leggings that emphasized her svelte waist

Incredible: The singer, 43, looked sensational in a pair of tight-fitted black leather leggings that emphasized her svelte waist

Turning heads: She caught the eye in a bold lime green fuzzy jumper, which she teamed with black patent leather high-heeled boots

Turning heads: She caught the eye in a bold lime green fuzzy jumper, which she teamed with black patent leather high-heeled boots

It comes after Michelle commented on her exit from Dancing On Ice, taking to Instagram to say she was ‘heartbroken’ and ‘gutted’ to be leaving.

She shared a video of herself and her two children backstage, saying: ‘Aw guys, I’m absolutely gutted,’ while her son AJ, eight, jumped in and said: ‘We are so sad.’

Captioning the video she wrote: ‘What a ride … i didn’t want it to end. Heartbroken.

‘Though hear me when I say, I am overwhelmed with the support on this platform & others, I hear the frustration .. trust me, I am sad too.

‘But guys, as one door closes another must open coz it’s the only way! We get up dust ourselves off and fight for the next dream.

Devastated: It comes after Michelle commented on her exit from Dancing On Ice, taking to Instagram to say she was 'heartbroken' and 'gutted' to be leaving

Devastated: It comes after Michelle commented on her exit from Dancing On Ice, taking to Instagram to say she was ‘heartbroken’ and ‘gutted’ to be leaving

Shady lady: Her brunette locks were swept up in a messy bun and she hid her eyes behind a pair of pink aviator-style sunglasses

Shady lady: Her brunette locks were swept up in a messy bun and she hid her eyes behind a pair of pink aviator-style sunglasses

Stunning: Michelle sported a full face of glamorous makeup, including a slick of pink lipstick

Stunning: Michelle sported a full face of glamorous makeup, including a slick of pink lipstick

‘I hope I’ve done you all proud . Thank you for @dancingonice for having me and @icelukasz … what can I say? My journey was filled with joy, and laughter and many f**ks. 

‘You rock babes, you & @alex_lukasz friendship has the world to me and my family. Over and out for a few days … me’.

Host Philip Schofield announced at the start of the show that a shock twist meant there would be no skate off for one week only.

The skating partnership which received the lowest judges score combined with public votes was immediately sent home from the show.  

Peachy: Her perky bottom was accentuated by the figure-hugging trousers

Peachy: Her perky bottom was accentuated by the figure-hugging trousers

Exit: It comes after she was sent packing from Dancing On Ice on Sunday night, leaving viewers shocked

Exit: It comes after she was sent packing from Dancing On Ice on Sunday night, leaving viewers shocked

This meant that Michelle couldn’t rely on a second chance from the judges, which viewers have slammed as unfair on social media. 

One commented: ‘Didn’t agree with the result, in my opinion, Michelle’s performance wasn’t the worst tonight.’

A second fumed: ‘This is why I hate so many public voting competitions, no way did Michelle deserve to go home. How can someone who fell over, spent 20+ seconds not even skating and off screen get kept in the competition?.’

Twist: Host Philip Schofield announced at the start of the show that a shock twist meant there would be no skate off for one week only

Twist: Host Philip Schofield announced at the start of the show that a shock twist meant there would be no skate off for one week only

DANCING ON ICE MUSICALS WEEK (Week 3) SCORES 

Nile Wilson  – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang  – 33.5

Carley Stenson – Anything Goes from Anything Goes – 32.5

The Vivienne – Don’t Cry for Me Argentina from Evita – 32.5

Joey Essex – You’re the One That I Want from Grease – 29.0

Mollie Gallagher – She Used to be Mine from Waitress – 28.5

Darren Harriott – Fat Sam’s Grand Slam from Bugsy Malone – 27.0

Siva Kaneswaran – Bohemian Rhapsody from We Will Rock You – 26.5

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu – Do Re Mi from The Sound of Music – 23.0

Patsy Palmer – Defying Gravity from Wicked – 20.5

Michelle Heaton – All That Jazz from Chicago – 20.0

A third person tweeted: ‘The whole show is a scam. Why did they ditch the skate off? Funnily enough the week Michelle happened to be in the bottom? I’m fuming. So so angry for her.’

‘Well that result was ridiculous Michelle didn’t deserve to go. She was better than at least 2 left. A skate off would have shown this’ commented a fourth unhappy fan.

With another adding: ‘Shocking result, the Judges stitched Michelle up with those scores. She was meant to do the show in a previous series, has fought her way back to health & is trying to build her confidence. Worked so hard & wasn’t given the chance to save herself. What a shame.’

Out: This meant that Michelle couldn't rely on a second chance from the judges, which viewers have slammed as unfair on social media

Out: This meant that Michelle couldn’t rely on a second chance from the judges, which viewers have slammed as unfair on social media

Devastated: After the vote was revealed, Michelle looked close to tears as she said she was 'gutted' to be going

Devastated: After the vote was revealed, Michelle looked close to tears as she said she was ‘gutted’ to be going

After the vote was revealed, Michelle looked close to tears as she said she was ‘gutted’ to be going.

Speaking to hosts Holly and Phil, she said: ‘I’ve loved every second of it, and I’ve loved everything that I just did there and this man [Łukasz] has just been amazing and I couldn’t have done anything without him.’

Turning to her pro partner, she added: ‘I’m just so sorry that it was cut short.’

Thoughts: Dancing On Ice fans believe Michelle was undermarked and shared their upset at her being the second to leave the competition

Thoughts: Dancing On Ice fans believe Michelle was undermarked and shared their upset at her being the second to leave the competition

Earlier in the show, Michelle put on a relatively confident performance, skating to All That Jazz from the musical Chicago alongside pro partner Łukasz Różycki.

The Liberty X singer – who’s bandmates were in the audience to support her – certainly looked the part, donning a racy black costume and cropped raven wig. 

Phil confirmed that the dreaded skate-off has been scrapped this week.

Good attempt: Earlier in the show, Michelle put on a relatively confident performance, skating to All That Jazz from the musical Chicago alongside pro partner ¿ukasz Ró¿ycki

Good attempt: Earlier in the show, Michelle put on a relatively confident performance, skating to All That Jazz from the musical Chicago alongside pro partner Łukasz Różycki

Fabulous: The Liberty X singer - who's bandmates were in the audience to support her - certainly looked the part, donning a racy black costume and cropped raven wig

Fabulous: The Liberty X singer – who’s bandmates were in the audience to support her – certainly looked the part, donning a racy black costume and cropped raven wig

It was previously said that bosses of the ITV dance contest were reportedly hoping that the huge formatting shake-up will ramp up the pressure on the celebrities. 

And on Sunday’s show, the host warned that ‘there are no second chances’ for the celebrities as those with the lowest judges scores and viewer votes combined will go straight out of the competition.

While Holly branded the move ‘brutal’ for the contestants, Phil shared: ‘More than ever, they will be hoping to bring the house down as tonight, there are no second chances.

‘We’ll combine the judges scores with your vote and then the lowest placed couple will go straight out of the competition.’

It's official! Phil confirmed that the dreaded skate-off has been scrapped this week

It’s official! Phil confirmed that the dreaded skate-off has been scrapped this week

He added: ‘For one week only…there’s no skate off to save them!’

Following the announcement, viewers of the ITV show were quick to take to Twitter to share their reaction.

One person shared: ‘I’m annoyed by the lack of a skate off tonight I always love to see what songs the couples get/choose for the skate off routines.’

‘Is there a reason why the skate off has been scrapped?’ questioned a second person.

No second chances: It was previously said that bosses of the ITV dance contest were reportedly hoping that the huge formatting shake-up will ramp up the pressure on the celebrities

No second chances: It was previously said that bosses of the ITV dance contest were reportedly hoping that the huge formatting shake-up will ramp up the pressure on the celebrities

Tough: on Sunday's show, the host warned that 'there are no second chances' for the celebrities as those with the lowest judges scores and viewer vote combined will go straight out of the competition

Tough: on Sunday’s show, the host warned that ‘there are no second chances’ for the celebrities as those with the lowest judges scores and viewer vote combined will go straight out of the competition

Battle: While Holly branded the move 'brutal' for the contestants, Phil shared: 'More than ever, they will be hoping to bring the house down as tonight, there are no second chances'

Battle: While Holly branded the move ‘brutal’ for the contestants, Phil shared: ‘More than ever, they will be hoping to bring the house down as tonight, there are no second chances’

A third watcher fumed: ‘No skate off. No point.’

‘It’s the 2nd week not having a skate off in the 2nd week is ridiculous,’ commented a fourth.

While another remarked: ‘It’s brutal there’s no skate off.’

Reaction: Following the announcement, viewers of the ITV show were quick to take to Twitter to share their reaction

Reaction: Following the announcement, viewers of the ITV show were quick to take to Twitter to share their reaction

DANCING ON ICE 2023: MEET THE CONTESTANTS

PATSY PALMER 

AGE: 50

PROFESSION: Actress and DJ

WHAT DID THEY SAY?:  ‘I’ve turned it down before because I was terrified, but when I turned 50 I made a pact to get out of my confront zone. ‘

EKIN-SU CULCULOGLU

AGE: 28

PROFESSION: Love Island star 

WHAT DID THEY SAY?:  ‘I’ve got some amazing news to tell you. I’m so excited, I can’t wait to get myself on the ice and skate. Stay tuned and see you on the ice.’

 MOLLIE GALLAGHER 

AGE: 24

PROFESSION: Actress

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’ve not got the best coordination so when people find out they will laugh, but I don’t want to spend my life saying “I can’t do this, I can’t do that.”

JOEY ESSEX

AGE: 32 

PROFESSION: Ex TOWIE star

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’m so excited. I wanted something in my life with structure and it’s more serious than what I usually do.’

 CARLEY STENSON

AGE: 36

PROFESSION: Actress and West End star

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’m so excited that I get to learn how to dance…on ice! I’m terrified but can’t wait – I just want to make the most of this whole experience.’

SIVA KANESWARAN

AGE: 33

PROFESSION: Singer

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I want to learn how to skate and make my family proud of me and put on a show for everyone to see.’

 JOHN FASHANU 

AGE: 60

PROFESSION: Former footballer and pundit 

WHAT DID THEY SAY?:  ‘I am definitely in it to win it.And this may be one of the scariest things I’ve ever signed up for but I couldn’t be more ready for the challenge!’

NILE WILSON

AGE: 26

PROFESSION: Olympic gymnast 

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’ve not done much ice-skating but I am so excited for the opportunity. I’m so excited to get into that routine and to feel like an athlete again.’

 JAMES LEE WILLIAM AKA THE VIVIENNE 

AGE: 29

PROFESSION: Drag queen

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘To be the first drag artist to take part in one of the big UK reality competition shows is an honour and a big step forward for queer representation on TV.’

  DARREN HARRIOT 

PROFESSION: Comedian 

AGE: 34 

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’ve got giant feet, I don’t skate and I can’t danceMy family has already made bets – they’re making bets that I’ll fall on the first episode!’ 

 MICHELLE HEATON

AGE: 43

PROFESSION: Singer

WHAT DID THEY SAY?: ‘I’ve always wanted to do it but I know I would never have been able to complete anything because of the way I was 18 months ago, so I’m really truly grateful that I’ve got it this year when I’m a lot stronger.’

 

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