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Rebekah Vardy admits Dancing On Ice stint boosted her confidence

The WAG was voted off the show on Sunday

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Rebekah Vardy has admitted her Dancing On Ice stint gave her a confidence boost.

The 39-year-old was eliminated from the competition on Sunday, after losing the skate-off against Lady Leshurr.

Taking to Instagram, the WAG shared a lengthy post about her time on the ice-skating show.

She wrote: “Thank you for everything @dancingonice ❤️ To the entire cast & crew, Lawrence, the creatives, Marcos & the H+M team, costume – EVERYONE – from the bottom of my heart thank you.”

“To steal a line from an amazing movie, ‘I’ve had the time of my life.’ ❤️”

 

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“I’ve made some new friends for life & been welcomed in by people that I can’t even believe I’ve been lucky enough to perform alongside. You all know who you are 🙏🏻❤️”

“To my girl @imladyleshurr I’m so happy that you’re still standing 🎶 I’m Still Standing will ALWAYS be our song, I just hope we can dance together to it at a party one day 🤞🏻You are a STAR ⭐️ & I’m so happy that all of the viewers are seeing that. I will always have your back 👊🏼.”

“To my family & closest friends, I love you all & as much as I’ve loved training & fallen in love with the ice, I’m also looking forward to having time at home with my family again ❤️,” she continued.

Thanking her pro partner, Rebekah wrote: “Finally – to @andybuchanan2 Bucharoo – I have loved every single moment of training with you (apart from that one grumpy Friday you had but let’s never mention it again 😉).”

 

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“You are an unbelievable talent 💫 you are kind, patient, caring, supportive, creative and the best partner that I could have wished for. You took my wild child, throw myself at the ice like an excited toddler ways & nurtured me into a capable & confident skater.”

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“I was even at the point where I wasn’t terrified of skating on live TV & that is down to you. You boosted my confidence & turned a terrified woman who had never even taken one dance class into a skater who couldn’t wait to perform to the best of my abilities.”

“Any ability that I have is because of you. Can you believe you got a 39 year old mother of 5 to do the headbanger in a Rachel Green wig 🤣🤣 I could never have done that without you. I’m eternally grateful. You & @merobinorjane are our extended family for life now ❤️”

“To everyone who supported us & voted for us, thank you for keeping us on this amazing show for so long ❤️ I’m beyond happy & so grateful to @itv @dancingonice & everyone associated with the show 💫,” she concluded the post. 

 

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Lady Leshurr will skate in next week’s semi-finals against Colin Jackson and Klabera Komini, Sonny Jay and Angela Egan, and Faye Brookes and Matt Evers.

Earlier this week, ITV confirmed that the final of the ice-skating competition would take a week earlier than originally scheduled, after the show was plagued with injuries.

The competition’s final will now take place on Sunday, March 14.

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