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Tana Ramsay out of Dancing on Ice

Tana Ramsay
Ramsay scored 12 points out of 30 for her performance

Gordon Ramsay's wife Tana has become the latest celebrity to be voted off ITV1's Dancing On Ice show.

The cookery writer faced former Coronation Street actor Danny Young in the skate-off after receiving the fewest votes from the public.

But the judges unanimously chose to save Young, who scored higher than Ramsay during his first performance.

"I have had such a fantastic, fantastic time - I have loved every single bit of it," Ramsay said after being voted out.

She also praised her professional skating partner Stuart Widdall for having "the patience of a saint".

In a disco-themed week, Ramsay scored 12 points out of 30 for her performance to Abba's Waterloo.

Judge Nicky Slater said although there had been a "breakthrough in your smile and personality", the cookery writer was still "a little delicate with the skating" and needed "more speed and attack".

Former Emmerdale actress Hayley Tamaddon topped the judges' leaderboard for the third time in as many performances with 23 points out of 30 for her routine to Donna Summer's No More Tears (Enough is Enough).

Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack was bottom of the scoreboard with just 10.5 points for her routine to Baccara's Yes Sir I Can Boogie.

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