Myleene Klass’ time on Dancing On Ice may have been short, but it looks like her injuries from the ice are sticking around.
The radio presenter, 42, was the first celebrity to be eliminated from this year’s Dancing On Ice series, after her debut was plagued by injury.
Prior to her first skate, Myleene was forced to undergo physio after damaging both knees in training and she later blacked out after hitting her head in a nasty fall while practicing her routine.
Now, she has been left with injuries to her toe and knee and was seen heading to hospital to have them treated.
Taking to Instagram, Myleene shared a video of her toe all bandaged up and told fans it was broken.
She was also seen receiving treatment for a torn meniscus – which is a piece of cartilage located in the knee, that is often damaged due to pressure being placed on the knee joint or it being rotated.
Since being voted off Dancing On Ice, where she was partnered up with skating professional Lukasz Rozycki, Myleene has been resting up.
Following her shock exit, she thanked fans for all their support in a video shared on social media. She said: ‘We just want to say thank you so much for all your support, all your messages are so lovely.
‘I’ve loved every minute of it. Love this guy. Thank you and honestly all of your messages are so incredible.’
Matt Richardson was the latest star to leave Dancing On Ice, after replacing Rufus Hound on the series.
Rufus was forced to quit after testing positive for coronavirus, and Matt made his debut on Sunday night, but failed to impress, with the judges sending him home after just one episode.
Ahead of Sunday’s show it was revealed that Towie star Billie Faiers has also had to leave the competition following a horror fall that left her with a concussion.
Due to missing the previous week’s show following the death of her grandmother, Billie was left ‘gutted’ as she was forced to withdraw.
Dancing On Ice continues Sunday at 6pm on ITV.Credit: Original article published here.