Siva Kaneswaran of Dancing On Ice says he broke his head and suffered a mild concussion during the fall

‘It can really shake your confidence’: Dancing On Ice’s Siva Kaneswaran reveals he broke his head on the ice and suffered mild disorientation during a terrifying fall in rehearsals

Siva Kaneswaran of Dancing On Ice revealed that he broke his head on the ice in a frightful fall during rehearsals which led to him being diagnosed with a mild concussion.

The Wanted singer, 34, had been training hard with professional partner Clabera Comeni ahead of the launch of the ITV show this weekend but suffered a setback when he tripped a few days ago.

He told Siva how a fall like this can “really shake your confidence,” but added that injuries are “part of the journey” amid training for the show.

Ouch!  Dancing On Ice's Siva Kaneswaran revealed she broke his head on the ice in a frightful fall during rehearsals which led to him being diagnosed with a mild concussion (he was pictured in rehearsal last month)

Ouch! Dancing On Ice’s Siva Kaneswaran revealed she broke his head on the ice in a frightful fall during rehearsals which led to him being diagnosed with a mild concussion (he was pictured in rehearsal last month)

Elaborating on the incident to MailOnline and other press, Siva said: “It’s just beenriday, I had a serious fall. I hit the back of my head. So I was diagnosed with a mild concussion as of today.

I just want to get back on the ice because it can shake your confidence especially when you’ve hit your head on the ice.

“But I just anticipated this and I try to stay focused and determined and know that this is part of the journey.”

Oops: The Wanted singer, 34, had been training hard with pro partner Clappera Comeni ahead of the launch of the ITV show this weekend but suffered a setback when he got tripped up days ago.

Oops: The Wanted singer, 34, had been training hard with pro partner Clappera Comeni ahead of the launch of the ITV show this weekend but suffered a setback when he got tripped up days ago.

When asked if he received medical attention at the time, Siva said: ‘Luckily, we have a doctor by the rink and we have a psychiatrist in the building as well.

“So my blood pressure and blood pressure were taken and they checked my eyes and everything in there, we’re still here so I’m fine!”

The singer told how his anxious partner got upset in the fall, with Siva adding, “I passed out for two seconds? I was out, I was gone.

Determined: She told Siva how a fall like this can 'really shake your confidence,' but added that injuries are 'part of the journey' amid training for the show (pictured with pro partner Clabera Komini)

Determined: She told Siva how a fall like this can ‘really shake your confidence,’ but added that injuries are ‘part of the journey’ amid training for the show (pictured with pro partner Clabera Komini)

I don’t remember it but it’s part of it. Part of this is you know, falling down and coming back and challenging that.

It comes after Siva previously said on Good Morning Britain that he was inspired to get on the show by fellow late Tom Parker.

I’m looking forward to meeting all of the cast. I want to learn how to skate, make my family proud, put on a show for everyone to see and hopefully not make a fool of myself! he said at the time.

Accident: I had a serious fall.  I hit the back of my head.  So I was diagnosed with a mild concussion as of day 9 in training last month)

Accident: I had a serious fall. I hit the back of my head. So I was diagnosed with a mild concussion as of day 9 in training last month)

Drama: The singer told how his anxious partner got upset in the fall, with Siva adding,

Drama: The singer told how his anxious partner got upset in the fall, with Siva adding, “I passed out for two seconds?” I was out, I went

He added, “Honestly, I just live day by day. But mostly, I look back and smile. It taught me a lot about life. Teach me to live life and not be afraid. This is one of the reasons I did the show.

He was 33 years old. I just chatted with him [his widow] Kelsey yesterday. It works really well, just keep her chin up and take it day after day.

Dancing on Ice returns on Sunday 15th January, at 6:30pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

Dancing On Ice 2023: Meet the contestants

Patsy Palmer

Omar: 50

profession: Actress and DJ

What did they say?: I turned it down before because I was intimidated, but when I turned 50, I made a deal to get out of my confrontation zone. “

EKIN-SU CULCULOGLU

Omar: 28

profession: love island star

What did they say?: I have some great news to tell you. I’m so excited, I can’t wait to get myself on the snow and skate. Stay tuned and see you on the ice.

Molly Gallagher

Omar: 24

profession: an actress

What did they say?: “I don’t have the best coordination, so when people find out they’re going to laugh, but I don’t want to spend my life saying ‘I can’t do this, I can’t do that’.”

Joy Essex

Omar: 32

profession:ormer TOWIE star

What did they say?: ‘I’m so excited. I wanted something in my life with structure and it’s more serious than I usually do.

Carly Stinson

Omar: 36

profession: Actress and West End Star

What did they say?: I’m so excited to have learned how to dance…on ice! I’m terrified but can’t wait – I just want to make the most of this whole experience.

Siva Kaneswaran

Age: 33

profession: Singer

What did they say?: “I want to learn how to skate, make my family proud and put on a show for everyone to see.”

Johnashano

Omar: 60

profession: Former football player and analyst

What did they say?: “I’m definitely going to win it, and this might be one of the scariest things I’ve ever signed up for, but I couldn’t be more prepared for the challenge!”

Neil Wilson

Omar: 26

profession: Olympic gymnast

What did they say?: I haven’t done much snowboarding but am so excited for the opportunity. I am so excited to get into this routine and feel like an athlete again.

James Lee William aka Vitality

Omar: 29

profession: Dragon Queen

What did they say?: To be the first drag artist to take part in one of the UK’s biggest reality competition shows is a huge honour A huge step forward for queer representation on television.

Darren Harriott

profession: comedian

Omar: 34

What did they say?: I have giant feet, I don’t skate, and I can’t dance. My family has already bet – they’re betting I’m going to fall in the first ring! ”

Michelle Heaton

Age: 43

profession: Singer

What did they say?: I’ve always wanted to do it, but I know I’ll never be able to complete anything because of who I was 18 months ago, so I’m really grateful I got to make it this year when I’m much stronger.

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