Dancing on Ice fans ‘gutted’ as Trisha Goddard finds herself in skate-off

Dancing on Ice twirled back onto our screens tonight and it was TV legend Trisha Goddard who suffered the first fall of the series.

The talk show queen, 62, fell and crashed to the ground during her performance before making it back to her feet.

The ice panel scored Trisha and her professional partner Lukasz Rozycki just 13.5 for her routine.

Trisha appeared emotional after the fall and had ears in her eyes as she talked to the judges.

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Viewers were devastated for the telly favourite, with one tweeted: "Trisha may have tripped, but she carried on. We love you."

Another added: "Trisha is 62. She looks amazing and I felt sorry for her falling over, unlike you know who last year which was hilarious."

Trisha's place on the ITV ice-skating show marks her return to TV after her chat show was cancelled in 2014.

Last year, TOWIE star Gemma Collins shocked fans when she tripped and fell face-first on the ice during one her performances with partner Matt Evers.

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Talking about her iconic tumble, Gemma said: ""I remember thinking, 'I'm nearly at the end, I haven't fallen yet, this is a miracle, maybe I'll stay in for one more week.

"I got so excited, I just went too over the top with my movement, which you're not allowed to do in ice skating and my toe pick got caught – and bang."

Gemma's partner Matt Evers has returned to the show this year and has made history by being paired up a male celebrity.

The pro skater took to the ice this evening with Steps singer Ian 'H' Watkins for the first ever same-sex couple performance.

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The pair's performance left new judge John Barrowman in tears.

Diversity star Perri Kiely topped the leader board this evening with Trisha at the bottom.

It was later revealed that Trisha received the least amount of public votes and will have to dance in the skate-off next week.

Fan will have to tune in to see which one of next weeks celebs will take on Trisha in the showdown.

Dancing On Ice returns to ITV next Sunday at 6pm

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