Brian McFadden dislocates shoulder in horror fall putting his Dancing On Ice debut in jeopardy

The former Westlife star's horror falls means he can no longer rehearse for the show on Sunday.

Pictures show Brian looking pained as he was examined by a show medic.

He will be reassessed tomorrow after damaging his rotator cuff and badly injuring shoulder on the ice.

It's not yet known if he will perform tonight.

His accident follows another nasty fall during rehearsals, which was exclusively revealed by The Sun Online.


The 38-year-old was left feeling "anxious" on the ice after taking a tumble.

His professional skating partner, Alex Murphy, told The Sun Online: "We had a fall, it was pretty bad.

"He was really anxious after that but I told him not to worry and hopefully it's out of his system."

Despite the accident, Alex, 29, is impressed with Brian's progress.

She added: "He has come on drastically from when he first started and could hardly stand on the ice.

"He's also lost weight from all the training, but he doesn't think so because he still eats burgers."

The former Westlife singer will take to the ice alongside five other celebrities after the first six performed on the opening show of Dancing on Ice last weekend.

  • Dancing on Ice returns on Sunday, January 13 at 6pm on ITV. 

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