Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Brazier run ends in Dancing on Ice

Jeff Brazier has been voted off Dancing On Ice

Jeff Brazier is the latest contestant to be booted off Dancing On Ice.

The TV star was unanimously voted off the ITV show by the three judges, but he vowed: "I'm going to keep up the skating."

Jeff and his partner Isabelle Gauthier took to the ice first in their bid to stay in the competition during the skate-off. They wore matching sky blue outfits as they skated once more to a rendition of the Beatles hit We Can Work It Out.

But it was not enough to please the judges Robin Cousins, Jason Gardiner and Emma Bunton, who all voted to save the other star in the bottom two, former EastEnders actor Sam Attwater.

Jeff said: "I feel like I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to take part in the show, and to have got so far is unbelievable."

Despite encouraging comments from Jayne Torvill straight after his dance, it was not enough to sway the judges. Jane said: "Always in the skate off Jeff, your best performance."

Sam and his partner Brianne Delcourt wore red costumes as they skated second to a rendition of Madcon's Beggin'.

Criticised by Jason for dropping his bowler hat in his first performance, the actor managed to keep his cool - and his hat - in the skate-off. Christopher Dean said the dance was a "great second time run", and the judging trio agreed. Sam joins Johnson Beharry, Chloe Madeley and Laura Hamilton in the semi-final.

The five sets of partners were this week set the challenge of using props in their dance routines, to test their ability on the ice.

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