Denise van Outen was taken to hospital earlier this week after crashing during a rehearsal of Dancing on Ice.
The 46-year-old actress, while practicing acting with her skating partner Matt Evers, fell her face first, causing her shoulder to dislocate.
Dancing on Ice medics told Denise to move her skating partner home and receive urgent care, but had to go to the hospital to investigate the injury.
There is a fear that Denise might not be able to participate in ITV’s Sunday night opening show.
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Denise said: “I’ve gotten a few tumbles since starting training, but with this game I immediately found it wasn’t good.
“I rehearsed with the mat, hit the topic and flew away.
“I immediately knew I had done something. I just thought’don’t take a break’.
“The on-site medical staff and the physical therapist immediately checked me and my shoulders froze.”
Denise was taken to hospital after crashing on ITV’s ice rink in Bovindon Airfield, Hertfordshire on Thursday, January 14th.
The only way was, Dennis, an Essex voiceover, recently revealed that she hadn’t earned a penny last year, and when she got an X-ray, she revealed that her shoulder had been dislocated and damaged her tendon.
Doctors ordered her to take a break to speed up her recovery, but I’m not sure if Denise will make an opening show.
If she is performing with partner Matt, the performance will be adjusted to account for the injured shoulder.
She continued to visit The Sun on Sunday. “Ultimately, I had to go to the hospital after being told that I had a partial dislocation and a tendon injury.
“It really affected my ability to move my left arm. Let’s touch on if I can skate tonight.
“I am trying to recover and I am praying hoping to be able to do my routine.
“We are resting once an hour and we are hoping to do our best.
“I have an ongoing physical therapist and I’m sure nothing can stop me from climbing on the ice.
“I’ve crossed everything I can heal enough.”
She added: “I’m so proud of the routine we’ve been working on and I want to do a really good show.
“We had to make some changes to avoid putting additional strain on the shoulders.
“I have to say a tremendous’thank you’ to them for taking care of me at a time when the NHS is growing so excessively.
“Matt is great and he takes good care of me. We are working hard to make an amazing show tonight.”