Stacey Solomon has become the fifth celebrity to be eliminated from The Jump 2015 after the parallel ski slalom proved a washout for the girls - with Steve-O being the only male to lose his race.
The latest event was a battle of the sexes, with the line-up split in to pairs - one male and one female - for high-speed races down identical side-by-side slalom tracks.
They couldn't afford to make mistakes - as missing a gate or careering out of the course would have resulted in disqualification.
Those who came last in their races faced the prospect of The Jump - and the person who came last in the elimination round would be eliminated.
First, Louise Thompson and Mike Tindall put up an extremely close fight, with the Made In Chelsea star losing to her opponent by only three hundredths of a second.
Jon-Allan Butterworth managed a more comfortable victory over Stacey Solomon, clocking in at 19.48 seconds to her 20.48 - despite it being the first time he made it down the slope on his feet.
Joey Essex went up against Chloe Madeley, but despite hurtling in to one of the flags, the TOWIE lad recovered - scoring 19.75 seconds against Chloe's 19.86.
Lady Victoria Hervey was pit against Steve-O - and her confidence paid off, as she posted a time of 18.15 seconds, leaving the professional daredevil to suffer an embarrassing defeat on 18.67 seconds.
Finally, it was J.B. Gill versus Louise Hazel. The Olympian suffered an injury in training, with her back going in to spasms - and this had an effect on her race, as her 18.01 seconds was no match for J.B.'s 17.88.
This was good news for the JLS singer, as he suffered a painful tumble on the ski jump in a practise run just one hour before the start of tonight's Channel 4 live show.
The results meant that Steve-O was up against all of the girls except Lady Victoria on The Jump. All five competitors opted for the middle K24 ramp, with the Jackass star posting the best distance on 17.0 metres.
Chloe and Louise Thompson both came in at 16.0 metres, with Louise Harvey on 15.0 metres. Sadly for Stacey, she came in last at 13.5metres, resulting in her exit from the contest.
The Jump 2015 continues tomorrow night at 8.00pm on Channel 4, when the remaining nine try their hands at bobsleigh.