Diver Tom Daley flatly denied rumours he is planning to retire when interviewed on Good Morning Britain.
The 20-year-old said he had no idea where the rumours had come from and was focusing on the European Championships and 2016 Rio Olympics.
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The rest of the Diversity crew looked pleased with Perri Kiely's dive, he achieved the highest score so far this series in his first dive, with the judges awarding him with an incredible 27.5.
The semi finals of Splash is tonight.I just wish I could get those damned butterflies out of my stomach!
The first Splash! semi-final will take place tonight with Diversity's Perri Kiely, TV presenter Michaela Strachan, model Danielle Lloyd and Boyzone's Keith Duffy vying for a place in the final.
The celebrities, who have been mentored by Olympian Tom Daley, will perform two dives each to impress the judging panel of diving experts Andy Banks and Leon Taylor and comedian Jo Brand.
The two celebrities who will make it through to the final will be decided by a combination of the judges' scores and results of a public vote revealed at the end of the show.
Splash! will be broadcast on ITV at 6.50pm
Comedienne Jenny Eclair, former rugby union player Austin Healey, singer Una Foden from The Saturdays, TV presenter Pollyanna Woodward and Paralympic athlete Richard Whitehead are awaiting the result on tonight's Splash! The winning divers will head into the semi-finals.
Olympic medal-winning diver Tom Daley is to move to London as he switches his training base to the capital.
Daley will work alongside newly appointed Jane Figueiredo as he switches his 2016 Olympic training to the London Aquatics Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The 19-year-old won his London 2012 bronze medal at the centre and was also the first person to dive from the boards at its official opening, ahead of the Olympics.
"Plymouth will obviously always be my home but after thinking long and hard about my future in diving, I have decided that a change will be beneficial to my development," Daley said.