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Kirsten McStay

Dancing on Ice's Michelle Heaton becomes second celeb to leave the show

Michelle Heaton has become the second celeb to be axed from Dancing on Ice after landing at the bottom of the leader board.

This week, the celebrity who scored the least amount of points from the judges combined with the public vote would be leaving right away and no skate off would take place.

Normally the two couples with the lowest votes would go head to head in a skate off.

Michelle's performance was based on the musical Chicago, as she was dressed as Velma Kelly and skated to All That Jazz with her professional partner Łukasz Różycki.

Michelle found herself in the bottom two along with EastEnders star Patsy Palmer but the singer's score combined with the public vote meant that she was heading home.

Michelle was the latest celeb to leave the show (ITV grab)

Speaking to Holly and Phil after the result, Michelle said she was gutted to leave.

Standing alongside Łukasz, she said: "I'm gutted I've loved every second, this man has just been amazing and I'm just so sorry it's been cut short."

Patsy Palmer was second last on the leader board after falling during her routine, which was ironically 'Defying Gravity' a song in popular musical, Wicked.

Michelle skated to All That Jazz (Matt Frost/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Tonight, the new format was announced by hosts Phil and Holly at the start of the show. Phil said: "Tonight there are no second chances. The lowest placed couple will go straight out of the competition. For one week only there is no skate-off to save them."

Patsy made it through to the next week despite her fall (ITV Screengrab)

As the crowd sounded uncertain about the move, Holly said: "I know, it's brutal!"

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