Dancing on Ice’s Brendan Cole flashes bum to fans as he shares injury update
Dancing on Ice star Brendan Cole has taken to social media to share a very cheeky snap with his fans.
The former Strictly Come Dancing professional, 45, logged into his Instagram page on Monday evening to share an injury update with his followers.
He posted a black and white selfie to his Instagram Story in view of his 93,000 followers which showed a pack of ice on his bare bum.
Brendan kept his face out of the camera but made sure his pert derriere took centre strange in the photograph.
He wrote the word "Cheeky!" alongside a peach emoji next to his bottom.
Brendan also penned on the snap: "A**e-ice!!! Rehabbing an ongoing injury that nearly stopped me skating on Sunday!
"Thanks to the incredible @sharonmorrosonuk for keeping me and @vanessabauer_skates on the @dancingonice rink despite me trying my hardest to injure my hip by falling on it so many times. Thank you Sharon"
Brendan and his partner Vanessa Bauer kicked off the quarter finals on Sunday night with an impressive performance to Let's Face The Music And Dance.
They ended their routine with the headbanger, and it earned them another perfect score of 40.
Asked how he found the routine, Brendan said: "Scary, full-on scary. There was so much content in there and we wanted to do justice to Jayne and Chris."
And Jayne Torvill told him, "everything flowed beautifully together" before fellow judge Ashley Banjo described the routine as "near-perfect".
The 2022 Dancing On Ice grand final could be postponed due to football.
Viewers had been expecting to see this year's winner of the ITV ice-skating contestant crowned on March 20.
However, the FA Cup quarter final match between Nottingham Forest and Liverpool is taking place at the same time and will be shown on ITV, so the Dancing On Ice final has been bumped.
According to reports, it will now air a week later on March 27.
Last weekend's programme saw Paralympian athlete Stef Reid eliminated after a tense skate-off against BMX racer Kye Whyte.
There are now just five stars left in the competition – Brendan, Kye Pussycat Dolls beauty Kimberly Wyatt, The Vamps band member Connor Ball and dancer Regan Gascoigne.
Dancing on Ice continues Sunday on ITV
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