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Sunday 1 February 2015

Sinitta booted out of The Jump

Sinitta lost out to Anthea Turner in The Jump
Sinitta lost out to Anthea Turner in The Jump

Sinitta has thanked fans for their "support" after she was eliminated from The Jump.

The So Macho singer lost out to Anthea Turner in the live jump, becoming the fourth contestant to leave the Channel 4 show.

"Hey thanks for all of your support and encouragement, I lost the jump off to the beautiful @antheaturner1 who was amazing tonight!," Sinitta tweeted afterwards.

"Many bruises? You should see them!!"

Laura Hamilton and Kimberly Wyatt were saved from the ski jump after clocking up speed on the giant slalom.

Sinitta reached 9.5 metres, compared to Anthea's distance of 11 metres.

Sinitta's eviction came after Melinda Messenger was forced to pull out of the competition after suffering concussion.

Socialite Henry Conway previously withdrew after breaking a bone in his hand.

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