Lisa George took a tumble on Dancing On Ice's latest live show tonight.
The soap star opened up Sunday's fairytale themed live show with a performance based on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Lisa performed with pro partner Tom Naylor to It's Oh So Quiet by Björk but fell onto the ice half-way through the routine.
She told hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby after the performance: "I'm fine, it just took me by surprise. I don't know what happened."
Wiping away tears, Lisa added: "I'm fine honestly, I just wanted to do a good job because I love this routine so much and I feel like I've messed it up."
Lisa and Tom scored 27 points from the judges, down five points on last weekend's score.
Christopher Dean said: "You get right back up and that's what you did. I was going to give you a bigger mark but with the mistake that happened we have to penalise that."
John Barrowman added: "I thought it was a great way to start the show. Don't let this bust your confidence because you are good."
Ashley Banjo agreed: "You're a great skater and a great performer and I want to see next time an amazing showcase."
Jayne Torvill concluded: "You still did a good spiral and jump so don't let it knock your confidence."
Alongside Libby & Tom, competing this weekend were magician Ben Hanlin & Carlotta Edwards; Steps singer Ian ‘H’ Watkins & Matt Evers and TV presenter Joe Swash & temporary dance partner Alex Murphy, who once again stood in for an injured Alexandra Schauman.
At the end of the show, one more celebrity will be eliminated in the latest skate off.
Plus, there will be a performance from Disney On Ice.
Dancing On Ice continues Sunday night on ITV.