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She may have stepped in to replace an injured Denise Van Outen a few weeks ago, but now Amy Tinkler has left the competition after ending up in the bottom two.
The Olympian, who previously said training has helped her confidence, was asked to perform once again after getting the lowest number of public votes, alongside Lady Leshurr.
After the ladies performed in the skate-off, the judges were then asked to choose who they wanted to keep in the competition.
Ashley Banjo, John Barrowman, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean all unanimously voted to keep Lady Leshurr, meaning Amy, 21, and her partner Joe were leaving the skating competition.
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After finding out the news, host Holly Willoughby said: "In the short time that we've had you, you've been an absolute joy to watch, you came into the competition late and you literally hit the ground running."
During her final speech, Amy gushed: "I have had the best time, and I am so thankful to have met Joe, he has been the best partner ever."
Amy was brought in as a reserve on 26 January after Denise dislocated her shoulder and suffered three bone fractures following a fall, leaving her out of the competition.
The official Dancing On Ice Instagram announced the news of Amy joining the show, with a picture of the stunning blonde.
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The caption read: "Olympic gymnast @amytinkler and her pro-skater partner @joejohnsonice will be joining the Dancing on Ice line up from this weekend after Denise Van Outen and Matt Evers have had to withdraw from the competition due to Denise's injury."
Amy re-shared the post on her own Instagram story and wrote: "I AM SO EXCITED!!!!!"
She later posted a photo of herself in a black and gold studded dancing outfit, alongside skating partner Joe Johnson.
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The gymnast penned: "For the past 3 months Joe and I have been working super hard as the reserve team for @dancingonice and we're super excited to say we will be in the show on Sunday.
"We want to wish @vanouten_denise a very speedy recovery, so you have been so kind to us and we wish you all the best," followed by a red heart emoji.
Amy then added: "I can't wait to show you all what we can do! Thank you Joe for being the most amazing partner, you're the best! Lots of love".
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