End of the Rhodes! Mark is given his marching orders on Dancing On Ice, as his co-presenter Sam Nixon skates on
Sam Nixon will be rubbing his hands with glee, as Mark Rhodes was voted of Dancing On Ice.
The pair co-host children's television together under the guise of Sam & Mark, but things turned icy on the rink when they were forced to compete against each other in this year's series.
Mark, 30, became the latest casualty after Andy Akinwolere and Laila Morse, with Charlene Tilton being saved thanks to her 'Oscar-winning' performance to Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend.
End of the Rhodes: Mark said it was his time to go as Charlene Tilton performed better than him during the skate off
Robin Cousins was the first to save the Dallas actress, as did fellow panellists Louie Spence and Katarina Witt – with all three judges praising Mark, but saying his skills were lacking.
The former Pop Idol star, who danced with Frankie Poultney to Everybody Needs Somebody To Love from The Blue Brothers, said: 'Charlene skated brilliantly and I messed up. I'm absolutely fine with it.'
During his 'best bits' montage, there was a flashback to a pre-recorded interview, with Mark joking: 'If Sam stays longer than me, I will never live it down.'
Moment of truth: From the hint of a smile on Mark' face, it seems he was aware of his fate before it was sealed
Saved! Charlene Tilton will skate again next week, thanks to upping her ante in the skate off routine
Despite bidding farewell to the competition, it was actually Corey Feldman who scored the lowest.
honour of 'Movie Week', the child star and professional
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Sexy and sassy: Jorgie Porter performed to Dolly Parton classic 9 to 5 and scored 21.5
Fearless: Jorgie was flipped upside and received great praise from Louie Spence for her choreography
On the other side of the spectrum, talented skaters Matthew Wolfenden and Jorgie Porter catapulted to joint first position with an impressive score of 21.5.
favourite Jorgie and partner Matt Evers improved on their debut score of
18.5 with an infectious routine to Dolly Parton classic 9 to 5.
Cheeky Matt said: 'I have to thank Jayne and Chris for giving me my ultimate fantasy and skating with a secretary.'
Joint first: Matthew Wolfenden and Nina Ulanova scored the same as Jorgie and Matt with Night Fever
Louie adored their number, saying: 'It was fast, fun and fabulous. It was jam-packed with choreography.
It was so complete, I don't know where we're going to go with you'
Emmerdale star Matthew and Nina Ulanova received the single highest score from a judge with their Night Fever disco dancing, as Robin awarded them an 8.
Robin applauded Matthew, saying if they cut off the camera view above
the knee, no one would tell which feet belonged to the celebrity and
which to the
Movie magic: Chico and Jodeyne Higgins performed to You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling from Top Gun
Popular: Despite making his career off being an X Factor flop, Chico is proving to be a strong contender by scoring 18
kicked off the evening's proceedings to prove he is a strong contender,
scoring 18 with partner Jodeyne Higgins to You've Lost That Lovin'
Feeling from Top Gun.
Katarina said: It's a perfect start of the night. What I like most, is
that you are in control of your skating and your partner. A classic pair
style which I enjoy.'
Louie quipped, 'Tom Cruise who I've certainly got a loving feeling!'
while Robin said: 'You command the ice with such confidence, but there's
not an arrogant bone in your body to go with that.'
Graceful: Rosemary Conley and Mark Hanretty put on a graceful display to Wind Beneath My Wings
Emotive: Sbastien Foucan and Brianne Delcourt received 18 dancing to Mad World from Donnie Darko
Conley and Mark Hanretty pocketed two points less than last week, with
10.5 to Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler from weepy classic
She was a little wobbly, but received huge cheers from the studio audience offering support.
The fitness guru said: 'I have reached a new level of stress I never realised before. I'm
loving every second though. Thankfully I've got the most patient partner who holds me together beautifully.'
Old habits die hard: Chemmy Alcott dressed as nun, before partner Sean Rice stripped off her costume
Struggling: Sean failed to lift Chemmy, with Katarina blaming it on her 'being a big woman'
Alcott looked ready to burst into tears as she and Sean Rice earned
10.5 for Rescue Me, a significant drop from her previous score of 16.
pair failed to complete a lift and Katarina blamed it on the blonde
beauty's size, saying: 'I am begging you not to do those lifts, you are a
woman, you are the hurricane.
'This is really dangerous (if someone falls)… but I can tell how much you enjoy to
Chemmy said: 'I knew it was going to be a challenge and I hope
people respect me for trying something that I didn't feel confident
Graceful: Heidi improved remarkably on last week, looking more confident and elegant on the ice
Svelte silhouette: Heidi danced to Goldfinger, emulating the position of the Bond girls
looked like a different skater from her first performance, improving
drastically with Andrei Lipanov to give an exciting skate to Goldfinger
from James Bond.
originally been given 12.5, she upped the ante to get 15.5, saying:
'I'm really pleased. I'm a shy person, I'm fine doing
videos and turning it on for the cameras, but it's different
Also flying the flag for the ladies was Jennifer Ellison, who danced with Daniel Whiston.
Skating through the pain: Jennifer Ellison had to alter choreography at the last minute after damaging her ribs
Skating to Listen by Beyonce from
Dreamgirls, they equalised with Chico to score 18.
former Brookside star had been having problems with her ribs, even
having to change the choreography moves as late as the dress rehearsal.
She looked pained after her routing, saying: 'My back is in total spasm, I literally can't lift my arm up.'
But Louie enjoyed the execution, saying: 'I was loving it! It was a good, emotional piece.'
Gentleman Prefer Blondes: Charlene Tilton and Matthew Gonzalez scored 15, as the Dallas actress impersonated Marilyn Monroe
Material Girl: Charlene got into character with her blonde wig and accepting diamond bling from her partner
joked that Jennifer's painful expression actually worked to her
advantage, as it contributed to the intensity of the performance.
Charlene and Matthew Gonzalez didn't appear to be likely contenders for the bottom two as the pint-sized actress embodied the character of Marilyn Monroe in Gentleman Prefer Blondes perfectly.
After gaining a two point advantage from last week's 13, Christopher revealed she asks for lifts but when she is given them, she gets scared and backtracks, so they meet 'somewhere in the middle'.
Grease Is The Word! Andy Whyment dressed up as Danny Zuko for his routine, scoring 14 out of a possible 30
T-Bird: Coronation Street star had his own special leather jacket with Andy on the back
Foucan and Brianne Delcourt received 18 dancing to Mad World from Donnie
Darko, with the freerunner stressing there is 'no more I, it's we' –
referring to working as one unit.
Andy Whyment and Vicky Ogden scored 14 skating to Grease Is The Word.
the week, the Coronation Street actor had a special visit from Ray
Quinn, who played Danny Zuko in the West End for a year and won Dancing
On Ice in 2009.
Robin was impressed with the transformation from, saying: 'Last week you entertained for the wrong reasons and tonight you entertained for the right reasons!'
Cuddly: Despite dancing to Kung Fu Fighting, Katarina said Sam Nixon was more like a panda than a fighter
Firm grip: Sam is 5.5 points ahead of his co-presenter Mark Rhodes
Sam and Alexandra Schauman danced to Kung Fu Fighting – which has
been seen in a series of films including Beverly Hills Ninja and Rush
The children's television presenter fell to the floor with joy at the end,
punching the air after successfully executing the final
After being awarded with 16, Sam said: 'I've been worrying about it all week and came out of character just a bit (in celebration).'
Katarina said: 'Respect for delivering when it counts! I'm glad you're not a
dangerous Kung Fu fighter, you remind me more of a cuddly panda.'
'What's the point of wearing skates' Katarina said Mark Rhodes covered such a small fraction of ice, he may not have bothered with the blades
Robin said that the fact the backflip came at the end, meant he spent
the entire routine worrying about it, but praised him for his 'natural
His buddy Mark and Frankie earned their stripes by getting 10.5 instead of 8 last week.
He said: 'I'm happy! You have to get better in this competition and I couldn't have started any lower!'
But Katarina asked why he even had skates on, saying he barely covered the surface of the ice.
DANCING ON ICE RESULTS: SCORE LEADERBOARD
Matthew Wolfenden & Nina Ulanova: 21.5
Jorgie Porter & Matt Evers: 21.5
Sbastien Foucan & Brianne Delcourt: 18
Chico and Jodeyne Higgins: 18
Jennifer Ellison & Daniel Whiston: 18
Sam Nixon & Alexandra Schauman: 16
Heidi Range & Andrei Lipanov: 15.5
Charlene Tilton & Matthew Gonzalez: 15
Andy Whyment & Vicky Ogden: 14
Mark Rhodes & Frankie Poultney: 10.5
Rosemary Conley & Mark Hanretty: 10.5
Chemmy Alcott & Sean Rice: 10.5
Corey Feldman & Brooke Castile: 8