Heidi Range and Sebastien Foucan have become the latest stars to exit this year's series of Dancing on Ice.
The Sugababes singer and founder of free-running, Foucan, found themselves in the bottom three alongside Chemmy Alcott when both viewers' votes and judges' scores were combined.
All three then had to perform a solo skills test, with Foucan sealing his fate when he forgot a large part of his sequence.
Judge Katarina Witt described it as "heartbreaking", while Louis Spence said:
"You've been so incredible up until this point, when you just lost it. It is just the nature of competitions sometimes and it is very sad for somebody with such potential and who is such a good performer."
Head judge Robin Cousins favoured Alcott's performance over Range's, meaning both of the skaters were sent home.
Speaking to presenters Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley, Heidi said she was leaving "sooner than [she'd] like to have done" although she'd "had the time of her life" on the show.
Foucan was too emotional to comment on his departure.
Dancing on Ice continues on 26 February at 6.50pm on ITV1.
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