Dancing On Ice will really heat up next week as the celebs will be subjected to a double elimination for the very first time.
At the end of Sunday night’s show, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield revealed that two couples would be leaving the competition next week.
However they didn’t tells viewers how the skate off would work, but luckily professional skater Matt Evers was on This Morning to reveal all.
He revealed that there will be a shock TRIPLE skate-off, with the judges only saving one couple from the chop.
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Matt Evers revealed all to Eamonn and Ruth on This Morning
There will be a triple eviction next weekend
Speaking to Eamonn and Ruth, Matt said: "How it’s going to work is three people are actually going to do the skate-off. First time we’ve ever done this.
"Then the judges will save one. So its going to be a super-sized skate-off this week."
This comes after it was revealed that Lemar finally got the boot from the competition last night.
There will be a double elimination on Dancing On Ice next week
He and pro partner Melody Le Moal were up against Donna Air and Mark Hanretty in the final skate, who impressed the judges more.
Lemar and Melody also appeared to have a tumble right at the end of the routine, which many viewers believed was a result of pro Melody falling over.
After both pairs danced, the judges delivered their verdicts.
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Lemar’s partner Melody appeared to fall over
Lemar tried to help her up
The singer then just fell on top of her
Jason said: "The couple I want to save – because they have absolutely beautiful control and they work so well together as a couple – is Donna and Mark."
Meanwhile Ashley Banjo admitted that he found the decision "a lot tougher" than he thought he would and that he had been "flip flopping" in between" the two.
However he added: "Because I agree with Jason on the elegance and the control, I have decided to save Donna and Mark."
They waited anxiously as the judges delivered their verdict
Lemar and Melody were booted out of the competition
Lemar said that they had had a ‘hard week’ on the ice
Jayne Torville insisted that both couples had skated well tonight and that both couples had had a "little moment".
But she agreed with Jason and Ashley and decided to save Donna and Mark.
Christopher Dean said that he would have voted the same way.
Speaking after their exit, Lemar said that they had a "hard week": "Plagued with quite a bit of injuries so we did our best with the main skate."
Melody added that the whole experience had been "incredible" and that she had gained a friend in Lemar.
Next week the seven contestants will take to the rink with a shock double elimination in store.
*Dancing On Ice returns next Sunday at 6pm on ITV