Sally Dynevor voted off Dancing on Ice as judges accuse her of not skating enough

Coronation street star Sally Dynevor became the latest celebrity to bow out of the ITV competition of Sunday evening after going up against Kye Whyte in the skate off.

Dancing on Ice said farewell to Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor on Sunday evening as she became the latest contestant to leave the competition.

Sally, 58, and her professional skating partner Matt Evers found themselves at the bottom of the scoreboard as the judging panel accused her of not skating enough.

Matt, 45, offered to take the blame as he was the one in charge of choreographing the routine using a chair as it was props week – but it didn’t stop the judges from giving honest feedback and low scores.

Dancing on Ice said farewell to Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor on Sunday evening

Sally went up against Kye Whyte in the dreaded skate off, and after performing for a second time, she told hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby: “I think it’s time to go.”

All four judges chose to save Olympic BMX racer Kye and his professional partner Tippy Packard, but they all made sure to praise Sally for her efforts.

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