DANCING On Ice celebrity Lady Leshurr is at risk of becoming the first contestant to be eliminated.
Emmerdale’s Joe Warren-Plant and rapper Lady Leshurr landed in the bottom two after the tallying the public vote.
Lady Leshurr was clearly shocked that she would be up for elimination on next week’s Dancing On Ice
She will now compete alongside pro partner Brendyn Hadfield to save her place in the ITV figure skating show in next week’s skate-off.
Denise Van Outen and her partner Matt were the first to be named safe, followed by Jason Donavon and Alexandra.
Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield then named Rebekah Vardy and Andy as safe.
Viewers were shocked that Joe landed in the bottom two, who despite falling in his performance, pulled off an impressive dance.
But she put on a brave face and thanked everyone for their support
Lady Leshurr stunned viewers with her fun performance to Little Mix’s SaluteCredit: Rex Features
“No one deserves to be there,” Phillip said as a clearly disappointed Lady Leshurr nodded.
It turned out Twitter fans were in complete agreement, arguing the Birmingham born star gave an impressive performance.
One Twitter user wrote: “I’m not having it!!! @LadyLeshurr you have been robbed! You best not go next week. you were actually amazing!”
Another added: “Fuming!!! Lady Leshurr was by far the best skater tonight.”
The judges praised her skate giving Lady Leshurr only a few notesCredit: Rex Features
And a third said: “Public making bad decisions. I’m a little bit in love with Lady Leshurr.”
The rapper gave an enthusiastic performance to Little Mix’s Salute, with the girl group loving her skating debut.
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock wrote on the band’s official Twitter: “Gwan @LadyLeshurr skating to Salute! Bloody loved that! #DancingOnIce Leigh xx.”
Fans at home were loving Lady Leshurr’s enthusiasmCredit: Rex Features
Tonight’s first episode saw judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo give the celebs out of 10.
But in a new addition to the show, the judges are able to award one couple a ‘golden ticket’ which gives them passage straight through to the next round.
The 33-year-old started her performance off with a rapCredit: Rex Features
They decided to give this week’s golden ticket to comedian Rufus Hound and his professional partner Robin, which will see them go straight into musicals week.
Lady Leshurr will compete against in a ‘Save Me Skate’ against whichever other couple lands in the bottom next week.
The judges will then decide which couple to save and in the event of a tie, legendary skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will make the decision.
Celebrities competing next week include, Colin Jackson, Billie Shepherd, Graham Bell , Sonny Jay, Myleene Klass, and Faye Brookes.