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Ryan Paton

Dancing on Ice's Siva Kaneswaran fights back tears on Loose Women as he shares 'sign' from Tom Parker

Dancing on Ice's Siva Kaneswaran held back tears as he recalled a sign from Tom Parker.

The Wanted singer has donned his skates for the latest season of the greatest show on ice. The 34-year-old was interviewed on today's Loose Women ahead of his semi-final appearance this weekend.

Siva said he was inspired to take the Dancing On Ice challenge by his bandmate Tom, who tragically died from brain cancer last year. He said: "He always loved to see me win so I'm sure he's watching now and saying 'what an idiot, amazing'."

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March marks the start of brain cancer awareness month and Siva's upcoming routine will be dedicated to his bandmate. Siva paused as he fought back tears as revealed he has received so many signs from Tom.

He said: "Last night I went to a Jessie J concert and she had a surprise guest. It was Claude Kelly who is this amazing singer-songwriter but he was the writer of Gold Forever."

Siva performed an Elvis inspired routine earlier in the season and he said he was blown away by a revelation about the King of rock and roll.

He said: "I keep on thinking Dancing On Ice are trying to stitch me up. I didn't know this but Elvis' manager was named Tom Parker. And I was like, 'are you kidding'."

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