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Simon Duke & Lana Adkin

Dancing on Ice Siva Kaneswaran and Mollie Gallagher sent home in 'unfair' elimination

Dancing on Ice duo Siva Kaneswaran and Mollie Gallagher were eliminated on Sunday night and fans said the decision was ‘brutal’ and ‘unfair’.

Last week host Phillip Schofield announced that there would be a double elimination in the semi finals. Contestants Siva, Mollie and their co-stars Joey Essex, The Vivienne and Nile Wilson had to battle it out to get to the finale and the pressure was on.

The celebrity contestants even had to do a solo skate in the beginning of ITV. They were then all back with their pro partners for a 'personal' skate, where The Wanted star Siva performed an emotional tribute to Tom Parker, after the singer's death last year, reports the Chronicle Live.

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Coronation Street star Mollie skated to a song that reminded her of a hate crime storyline her character Nina was involved in on the show a few years ago.

During the public vote, Nile and The Vivinne were put through to the finale, leaving the other three celebrity contestants to compete in a skate-off. All of the judges decided to keep Joey and Vanessa and they headed straight into the live finale.

Dancing on Ice viewers were left upset after two of the couples were sent home after such personal performances.

One took to Twitter and said: "Everyone deserves to be in the final this is unfair." Another fumed: "Why are they even doing a double elimination tonight. So unfair Just send Joey home alone and that would be the right decision"


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