Dancing on Ice star Lady Leshurr recalled to the show's presenter Holly Willoughby tonight how being in the shake-off has "rocked her confidence".
The rapper did not perform on the ITV dancing competition tonight as she competed with professional dance partner Brendyn Hatfield last week and found herself up for this week's skate-off.
Lady Leshurr will dance it out against which ever celeb is scored the lowest tonight by the four judges.
The star appeared in the audience next to Brendyn as they clapped on their competition while in jolly spirits.
During a break between watching the dancers, Holly strolled over to over a conversation with Lady with her mic.
Holly asked the star how she is feeling after being put in the skate-off this week.
The singer replied: "My confidence is knocked I've had a few injuries and this is the most ladylike I've ever dressed. So it's all going on."
Lady looked sensational in a stunning little dress with a bright red lip.
Holly tried to comfort her, she said: "Don't let your confidence be knocked. You look absolutely amazing tonight!"
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