Baroness Oona King and her partner Mark Hanretty have become the latest couple to leave ITV's Dancing on Ice.
They lost out to rugby legend Gareth Thomas and his partner Robin Johnston after a dramatic skate-off.
King's professional partner took a dramatic tumble seconds before their skate-off performance.
Mark Hanretty hurt his shoulder in the fall as the couple got into position and had to receive medical attention before it was confirmed that he was able to take part in their last dance.
An anxious King was called over by presenter Phillip Schofield as medics treated Hanretty's who had dislocated his shoulder.
With uncertainty hanging over the couple, mentor Jayne Torvill said: "You know when a professional can't get up like that it's pretty serious."
However, shortly afterwards, the duo were able to perform to the hit Just The Two Of Us, after Hanretty's shoulder was popped back in.
After the performance, Hanretty said of his tumble: "I'm fine, I'm good. It's back in now".
Unfortunately, it was not enough to keep them in the competition as the judges opted to save ex-rugby player Gareth Thomas and his partner Robin Johnstone who had danced to Queen's Somebody To Love.
Judge Ashley Roberts told both couples they had put on "amazing performances", while controversial judge Jason Gardiner said it was "definitely one of the most dramatic skate-offs we've ever had".
Head judge Robin Cousins told King: "Against anyone else, a skate of that calibre would easily have taken you through."
On learning her fate, King, who is known for losing her Bethnal Green seat to Respect leader George Galloway, said she "adored" the experience.
"I loved learning how to skate," she said.
Referring to her injured partner, she added: "I feel really devastated for him."
Hanretty then joked: "I didn't expect to have as much fun as I had with a politician."