Chemmy Alcott has admitted she's "gutted" not to have made the Dancing On Ice 2012 semi-finals, but insisted she was glad to have gone out on a high.
Chemmy was finally sent home by the judges last night after falling into the bottom two for the fourth time.
After competing against Chico in the skate off, both Louie and Robin voted to sent her packing from the ice.
Speaking after last night's live show on This Morning today, Chemmy told Dancing On Ice host Phillip Schofield of her exit: "It’s a tough one, I feel gutted because I love the show but I went out on such a high.
"I loved the [prop] routine, we had the best week, it was fun. If I’d gone out on a routine that I’d struggled with, I think I would be in the worst place now."
Chemmy, who will now go on to skate in the Dancing On Ice 2012 tour, added: "It’s been an amazing journey, the competition is so tough and it was just fantastic. It was so much better than I ever thought, I could have gone out in week one!"
Dancing On Ice 2012 continues next Sunday, as the final four celebs attempt the Ultimate Skills Test.