Dancing On Ice bosses secretly offer contestants ‘help’ after Caprice quits

Dancing On Ice bosses have reportedly offered its celebrity contestants help after Caprice Bourret sensationally quit the show.

The model, 48, sparked controversy by splitting from professional skating partner Hamish Gaman part-way through the series, accusing him of bullying before she decided to leave.

And according to reports, the exit caused such "bad vibes" on set that bosses are doing everything they can to support the stars who remain in the competition.

A source told The Sun: "[Hamish] was in a bad way emotionally after the split and is worried about his future career.

"Producers want to make sure he is OK. All of the cast have been offered help after the trouble caused bad vibes on set.



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"Everyone is keen to move on from it and try to enjoy the rest of the series."

Mirror Online has contacted ITV for comment.

Caprice's rep had accused the channel of offering "very little support" over the drama with Hamish.

Her statement read: "Caprice received very little support from ITV and had to seek external help of her own accord. She has been seeing a counselling psychologist as well as two doctors on an ongoing basis.


"She has been deeply distressed by the occurrences that have happened over the last few months, and this has affected not only herself but her family."

Caprice let fans know she would be quitting the show ahead of Sunday night's show, despite landing a new partner in the shape of Oscar Peter.

Taking to social media, Hamish wrote: "Hi everyone. Thank you so much for your kind messages.

"I've been overwhelmed by your love and support – it's brought me to tears at times.

"Honestly, I'm not OK but I'd like to thank Amelia, my pro family and ITV for doing all they can to support me.

"I'm comforted in the knowledge that the truth always comes out in the end, and I hope we can focus on the skating again now."

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