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ormer Hollyoaks star Carly Stenson topped the Dancing on Ice leaderboard during the episode with 32 points.

Wearing a sparkly pale blue dress, the actress, who grew up in Billing, slipped her way through the routine to Jessie Ware’s Say You Love Me alongside her partner, Mark Hanretty.

The 40-year-old, who was being watched by husband Danny Mack and father Eric, received four seconds from the judges.

The praise was led by judge Jayne Torvill, who said, “I mean it was absolutely smooth and had everything, it had nice lifts, nice skating, match lines—fantastic.”

Judge Ottie Mabuse, who was Danny’s partner on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2016, said she was looking forward to seeing Carly – a West End star of shows such as Legally Blonde – enjoying her moment of brilliance.

Meanwhile, former football player Johnashanu said his time on the show was “amazing” as he became the first celebrity to be eliminated from the new series.

After Sunday’s public vote, the former soccer player, 60, found himself in a terrifying skating match against Love Island winner Ekin-Su Kolkologlu, 28, who performed last weekend with the first batch of celebrities.

ashanu and his pro partner Alexandra Schaumann performed again, this time opposite Norman Greenbaum’s Soul of Soul in the Sky while Kolkologlou and partner Bridden Hatfield skated to Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry.”

After the pairs went head to head, the judges voted unanimously to save Kolkologlu, and to sendashanu home.

“Whatever happened was great,” saidashanu, who was part of the Wimbledon team that won theA Cupinal against Liverpool in 1988. “TheA Cupinal again.”

He also confirmed that he would continue to skate and said he might start teaching others.

Earlier in the episode, with his first routine, he pays tribute to his athletic background as he performs “Eat My Goal” from Collapsed Lung.

ashanu and Showman wore soccer jerseys as they climbed across the ice and were accompanied by people in soccer uniforms dancing around them.

They received a score of 19 for their efforts, with judge and former Olympic skier Christopher Dean calling him the most improved skier since training camp.

He added that there was “a lot of smoke and mirrors” and “not a lot of skating” but that overallashanu kept steady on his feet which he complimented.

Elsewhere, RuPaul’s Drag Race star The Vivienne also said they were “honoured” for making history as they became the first drag queen to compete in the ITV1 skating competition.

or their opening routine, The Vivienne, 30, and their dance partner, Colin Grafton, gave an energetic rendition of “Strong Enough” by Cher.

Wearing a curly black wig and a sparkly black outfit in honor of the American singer, the drag queen performed dramatic flips and lifts to score 28.5 points.

Judge Jayne Torvill felt that their skating was “very solid and smooth” and that she liked how much the drag queen enjoyed the routine.

“A star is born on the ice tonight,” Dean added, adding, “We’ve got a few divas, but you’re the best we’ve had on skates yet.”

Meanwhile, comedian Darren Harriott performed a lively routine toireball by Pitbull with his skating partner Tippy Packard earning a score of 26.5.

Dressed in fiery red, orange and black outfits, they ended the routine in comic fashion with Packard throwing a glass of water in Harriott’s face.

Judge Ashley Banjo said he was “very impressed” with the number of moves she combined in the routine and said he would have scored it higher but there were a few moments where he was wobbly.

To open the show, the professional ice skaters performed a dazzling routine to the Dancin’ool show by Barry Manilow while dressed in tuxedo-style outfits.

Dean and Torvill also showed off their skating prowess with a quick tango-style routine in front of Canadian singer Michael Buble’s high.

They are best known for winning a gold medal at the 1984 Winter Olympics, and previously said they were skating five times a week from September to perform for the first time in front of a live audience since the pandemic.

Last week, six celebs performed on the first episode, with former Olympic gymnast Neil Wilson earning the jury’s highest score of the night of 29.5.

Dancing On Ice continues on Sundays on ITV1 and ITVX