The Jump 2017 will be safer for the celebrities after changes... fingers crossed


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The Jump 2017 will see a number of changes to make it safer, it's been reported.

Over the past three series of The Jump many celebs have taken a tumble on the slopes but the past run was particularly bad.

Beth Tweddle suffered the show's most serious injury to date, getting airlifted to hospital after hurting her back.

Alongside Beth, others who had to quit the show included Mark-Francis Vandelli who fractured his ankle, Tina Hobley who dislocated her elbow and broke her arm, Rebecca Adlington who dislocated her shoulder and Sarah Harding who injured her knee.

However the show will be back next year and a lot has changed.

Model Vogue Williams, one of the celebs to have signed up for the show, told the Daily Mirror: “They’ve had to change it to make it safer. They’ve definitely changed a lot of things, the course and a few little things.

“I notice the differences from last year because I was there last year. I don’t think there’s going to be paramedics everywhere. This is going to be a good year, a lucky year.”

A spokesperson for Channel 4 told the newspaper: “All events are continually reviewed and meet health and safety standards.”

Despite the injuries that hit last year's cast, it hasn't put celebs off signing u.

Names joining Vogue on the The Jump 2017 line up include Made In Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews, TOWIE’s Lydia Bright, X Factor's Jake Quickenden, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and comedian Mark Dolan.

The Jump 2017 will start in February on Channel 4.

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