Eliminated Dancing On Ice contestant Corey Feldman has admitted he had no idea what he was getting himself into when signing up for the show.
Speaking on This Morning today, Corey confessed that with hindsight, he probably wouldn't have signed up for the ITV1 show.
"I had really no idea what I was getting myself into, and quite surprisingly it was very, very difficult," he explained. "It's a lot of work, it's a lot of hours that you have to put in to it. You're supposed to have 30 hours of training on your own before you meet your partner, and I actually only had eight."
He added: "I don't know if I would do it again – if I would put myself through that again – but honestly if I could go back to zero and start fresh, I probably wouldn't have taken the commitment with knowing that I had other things in my schedule.
"I mean the fact that Jorgie is pulling off what she's pulling off – well it's amazing, she's literally running on fumes."
And Corey suggested that his poor working relationship with professional skating partner Brooke Castile left him at a disadvantage.
"It definitely worked against us, there's no question about that," he said.
But he insisted: "You are only seeing a little sliver of time of the hours and hours that we spend together during the week. The bottom line is she is an incredible skater, she's amazing and I'm graced in her presence to be honest. And I never even dreamed that I would make it this far."