Kimberly Wyatt is putting her all into training for Dancing On Ice despite experiencing an awkward tumble during rehearsals – and to show she's back in the game, she's been flaunting her flexibility on camera.
In a recent behind the scenes video the mother-of-three can be seen stretching and extending her leg above her head.
The painful fall left Wyatt colliding face-first with the rink whilst they were practising for the upcoming series.
She posted a video of the collision which showed the singer’s skates slip from under her feet as she reached down to the floor to regain balance, but leaned too far forward and ended up sliding flat on the floor.
However, the fall hasn't held her back as she's jumped right back it and followed up with a video stretching against a barre along to Coming In Hot by Andy Mineo and Lecrae, captioned “Get up and grind!”
Wearing an all black ensemble and running shoes, she elevated onto her tiptoes and circled her leg round past her face before moving on to extend her leg vertically.
The beauty posed no struggle despite her accident days earlier.
Shortly after the clip, Kim took to Instagram to praise her dance partner as she shared her excitement to appear on the challenging show.
She wrote: "I've asked a lot of my body in this lifetime as a dancer – now I'm asking a LOT more. Even if only for a few more moments to dance… on ice."
Kimberley said that she had faced a tough and scary week, but she has praised her partner for his epic talent as he continues to teach her how to dance on a surface she is certainly not used to.
She wrote: "To have his [Mark Hanretty] level of grace and beauty on the ice and strive to match him is like shooting for the moon.
"I'm just gonna work super hard so that I can give myself the best chance I can to land somewhere amongst the stars in the five short months we potentially have dancing together."
The pair will appear on ice together in January 2022 on ITV.
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