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ITV Dancing on Ice’s Ryan Thomas says ‘I have to own it’ as he speaks out after double fall

Ryan Thomas had admitted he wanted the 'ground to swallow him up' after falling over twice during his routine on Sunday night's Dancing On Ice. The former Coronation Street star went on to thank fans for their support.

Ryan and pro skater Amani Fancy took to the ice to perform to Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ The Boat from Guys & Dolls. Unfortunately, Ryan took a tumble before doing his solo skate.

The former Coronation Street star then also lost his balance during a step sequence, which saw him fall onto his back. Ryan was awarded 5.5 from guest judge Johnny Weir, who is standing in for Ashley Banjo, with the other judges - Oti Mabus, Jayne Torville and Christopher Dean - scoring him 6.5 - giving him a total score of 25.

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The show ended with a double elimination which saw two celebrities sent packing. Emmerdale actress Roxy Shahid was eliminated from the contest immediately after receiving the fewest public votes, while EastEnders actor Ricky Norwood and comedian Lou Sanders found themselves in the skate-off.

After both celebrities performed with their pro partners, the judges chose to save Ricky, which meant Lou joined Roxy in leaving the competition. Ryan had had a lucky escape from the skate-off thanks to voting viewers at home.

Posting a video of his falls to Instagram, Ryan addressed the situation on Monday (February 13). He wrote in the caption: "I don’t want to shy away from my mistakes. I have to own it, learn from it, move on, reset & go again! It was a tough one to swallow at the time but I have to say a massive thank you to everyone in the audience last night, you really did get me through it.

"After the second fall I wanted the ground to