Gemma Collins will skate on this weekend following THAT fall during last Sunday's Dancing On Ice.
Gemma performed to It's All Coming Back To Me Now by Celine Dion in the previous live show.
While the routine appeared to be going well, Gemma suffered a trip right at the end and fell flat onto the ice.
Gemma revealed nasty injuries to her legs following the episode but has vowed to continue on with the competition.
She wrote on Twitter: "Be back Sunday guys don’t worry nothing is going to stop me your support is overwhelming and keeping me going #nopainnogain @dancingonice physio is going well and will be ok."
A source revealed to The Sun newspaper that Gemma was already back in training.
"Gemma returned to rehearsals today despite being badly bruised and struggling to walk due to the swelling on her knees and thighs," the insider explained. "She's a fighter and she didn't want to let anyone down - she's determined to continue on the show and make everyone proud.
"She's in a lot of pain but she's keeping in good spirits and being positive, saying the show must go on!"
Gemma went on to hit back at claims her fall was 'fake', saying: "It definitely wasn’t faked, one million per cent. If they knew the pain I am in with my knee, they would understand."
Meanwhile, current favourite to win Wes Nelson has revealed he's been left injured after a nasty fall in rehearsals.
He took to Twitter to share: "Took a really bad fall today in training, don't miss Dancing On Ice on Sunday for the full slow mo footage."
The Love Islander added: "Still in a lot of pain, praying I can train properly tomorrow."
Dancing On Ice 2019 continues live this Sunday night on ITV from 6PM with a fairytale themed episode.