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Paul T Smith

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu in tears as she's booted off ITV's Dancing On Ice

Ekinsu Cülcüloğlu was left in tears after she was booted off Dancing On Ice. The highly popular ITV programme returned to our TV screens on Sunday evening in what ended up being an emotional skate-off.

Former Love Island contestant Ekin-Su was up against actress Patsy Palmer, but it was clean sweep with all four judges - Ashley Banjo, Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill and Oti Mabuse - choosing to save Pasty.

Speaking after being eliminated, an emotional Ekin-Su said: "We put so much time, and you know all the other work commitments I had at the time... this was my priority and I really gave everything to it. I love it, I fell in love with the ice."

Dancing On Ice returns to ITV and ITVX next Sunday (ITV)

Host Phillip Schofield then told her to be really proud of what she did on the ice. Fan have given their reaction to the result on social media, with one person tweeting: "Actually gutted for #ekinsu What a shame, she did so well @dancingonice #doi #DancingOnIce"

Another wrote: "I hope she’s alright honestly , she’s gotten so many negative comments when she’s done nothing wrong . I feel so bad, I wouldn’t be able to handle all of that."

A third said: "Can’t believe it’s was Ekin Su & Brendyn got eliminated tonight," with three any face emojis.

Someone else wrote: "Absolutely gutted that Ekin has gone home #DancingOnIce Loved her main skate and her skate off performance was beautiful. Keep smiling @ekinsuofficial"

Dancing On Ice returns to ITV and ITVX next Sunday.

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