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David Seaman and Gary Lucy out of Dancing on Ice

David Seaman and his fiance have been forced to leave the ice after the real-life couple received the lowest votes in Dancing On Ice.

Real life couple David Seaman and Frankie Poultney have lost out in week two of Dancing On Ice. Credit: ITV

Former EastEnders actor Sam Attwater and his fiance managed to stay in the competition after Fellow actor Gary Lucy lost out in the Skate-off.

Sam Attwater is engaged to Vicky Ogden. Credit: ITV

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Jorgie Porter and Joe Pasquale out of Dancing on Ice

Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter and comedian Joe Pasquale have been forced to hang up their Dancing on Ice skates.

Their week one departures leave 12 celebrities battling it out on the ice in the "all-star" final series of the ITV show.

Series 7 runner-up Jorgie Porter was voted off along with Joe Pasquale, who came sixth in Series 8.

Dancing on Ice stars to skate with future wives

David Seaman is engaged to Frankie Poultney. Credit: ITV

Contestants Sam Attwater and David Seaman said they have more to worry about than slipping up on this year's Dancing On Ice - as they have the added pressure of partnering their fiancées.

Seaman is engaged to Frankie Poultney while Attwater is to marry Vicky Ogden.

Former EastEnders actor Attwater said: "If we skate to a romantic song and [the judges] say there's no chemistry, there's something to worry about."

Sam Attwater is to marry Vicky Ogden. Credit: ITV

Ex-England goalkeeper Seaman said: "My aim is just to not drop Frankie because the sofa's not a comfortable place and I don't want to be sleeping on it."

Dancing On Ice returns to ITV on 5th January.

Todd Carty 'improved' ahead of Dancing on Ice final series

Former EastEnders actor and Dancing on Ice star Todd Carty has revealed he has been working to improve his skating kills ahead of the final series of the programme, due to start on ITV1 on Sunday.

The stars of Dancing on Ice on the

Speaking on the Daybreak sofa this morning, he said he has learned how to stop this time round, so there should be fewer slips and slides. He said:

"It is the last one, and it is nice to be one of the chosen few who will strut their stuff on the ice for the last time. I have learned how to stop, but I am still having a laugh. We will see how it goes, you never can tell, but don't watch this space."

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