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Dancing On Ice professional Olympic skater turned judge Jayne Torvill appeared on Sunday night's show (February 26) with her arm in a sparkly sling after suffering an injury.
The stunning skating professional, 65, looked gorgeous in a deep emerald green glittery frock, which was paired with a matching sling to support her injured arm.
Chatting to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, Jayne revealed that she needed to have surgery but could still press the buttons – with her right hand – to deliver her scores while carrying out her judging duties.
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She also revealed that the need for surgery came after a horror skating injury, which led to a damaged tendon in her arm.
Speaking on the show, she said: "Talking of things going wrong on the ice, I ruptured my bicep tendon so I need to have surgery."
Adding: "I'll be fine and I'll be back on the ice soon," leaving fans hopeful at a performance of the iconic Bolero routine soon.
Taking to Twitter, fans were quick to throw their support behind the beloved skating star.
One person took to the show's hashtag and penned: "Poor Jayne I do hope she gets better soon."
"Hope Jayne Torvill gets well soon from her injury. Amazing that Torvill and Dean still ice skate together this many years on from when they were doing the Olympics," added a second.
A third noticed how she had matched her sling to her dress, writing: "Love
Jayne's sling matching her gown on Dancing On Ice."
"Poor Jayne! Get better soon," penned a fourth, while a fifth said: "Aw Jayne with her injury."
Jayne, alongside skating partner Christopher Dean, won a gold medal at the 1984 Winter Olympics and a bronze medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics.
The national treasures have been judges on Dancing On Ice since the show returned in 2018, following a four-year break, and before the hiatus the duo helped to train the celebrities.
Dancing On Ice airs on ITV1 and ITVX every Sunday at 6:25pm.
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