Last night (Sunday 10th February) the star took to the ice to perform with her partner, professional skater Matt Evers, to 'Survivor' by Destiny's Child, however this failed to impress the judges enough as they unanimously voted to save Ryan Sidebottom and partner Brandee Malto.
Of course, The GC bowed out in style and was sure to let the judges know how she felt about their "confusing" comments, jibing at Ashley Banjo "Ashley you said you’re better off trying than not doing it. I tried the moves and took your advice." and then going onto add, "I'm just trying my best guys."
It's fair to say the 38-year-old has had plenty of ups and downs during her time on the show; after a wheelchair-inducing fall in week four, The GC took to Instagram and Twitter to reveal she in fact took a tumble once more prior to Sunday's performance, writing, 'This is what happened in dress rehearsal today I hope it goes ok tonight 🙏🏻 @dancingonice 🙏🏻 thank you so much for voting I am Number 6 tonight ... please call or download the app 🙏🏻❤️ ' [sic].
Following The Only Way Is Essex star's exit, fans were quick to offer her some comforting words, with one tweeting, 'Well done Gemma you've done well on the ice . Keep up with the fitness your doing great x you can hold your head up you did your best xx' [sic], and another writing 'You go girl 👧' [sic].
Gemma has certainly been unforgettable over the past six weeks, and we can now cherish the memories of her epic back-chat to judges, eye-catching outfits, and not to mention...THAT fall.
Now check out all of the past Dancing On Ice winners:
Gaynor Faye, 2006
Emmerdale actress Gaynor Faye won the first ever series of Dancing On Ice alongside her professional ice skating partner Daniel Whiston, under the watchful eye of judges Robin Cousins, Karen Barber, Nicky Slater, Jason Gardiner and Karen Kresge.
Dancing On Ice continues this Sunday (17th February) at 6pm.
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