Louie Spence and Jodie Kidd have become the fourth and fifth celebrities to get their marching orders from The Jump 2015 after facing the new 'Air Jump' elimination round.
Tonight saw the top twelve celebrities take on the 'Snow Cross', a brand new event which saw them split in to groups of three for no-holds-barred races down a steep slope of sharp turns and obstacles.
The ones who came last in each race would go face the Air Jump, with the worst-performing male and female leaving the competition.
The first mens' race saw Louie take on Mike Tindall and Joey Essex. After crashing in to Joey at the first bend, Mike recovered to take the lead, with Joey settling in second place. Louie finished last, having stumbled at the pendulum obstacle.
Later, it was J.B. Gill vs. Steve-O vs. Jon-Allan Butterworth - and their race proved to be the closest, with the lead changing three times in quick succession.
Steve went out in front when Jon and J.B. crashed in to each other. After a bit of a wrestling match, Jon got back on his feet first, leaving J.B. - who suffered a shoulder injury in training - to come last.
This meant it was Louie against JB on the Air Jump, which saw them launch themselves off a ski ramp and in to the air. Louie was eventually eliminated after scoring the lower height - 6.44metres to J.B.'s 6.48metres.
"There’s much harder things I’ve had to do in life," the dancer joked with host Davina McCall.
The womens' races were much cleaner - but Louise Hazel was dealt a blow in her battle with Chloe Madeley and Stacey Solomon. The athlete was initially the clear leader - but a devastating crash on the final turn, letting her opponents take the lead and forcing her to settle for last.
Finally, rivals Jodie Kidd and Lady Victoria Hervey went up against Louise Thompson. They were cautious in their approaches, managing to make their way down without any significant scrapes - with Louise in first, and Victoria in second.
Therefore, Jodie took on Louise H on the Air Jump. They both posted higher scores than the boys - but Jodie's 6.71metres was no match for Louise's 6.83metres.
The Jump continues tomorrow at 8.00pm, when the boys and the girls will go head-to-head for the first time, doing parallel slalom.