Dancing on ice contestant and former Westlife star Brian McFadden has suffered a shoulder injury during rehearsals It's probably ruling him out of taking part in Sunday's show.

Alex Murphy tonight (January 13), but a nasty injury during rehearsals, may have put a stop to that, with the show confirming that the singer has partially dislocated his shoulder and damaged his rotator cuff.

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Brian himself wants to be reassessed later today to make himself fit.

Brian McFadden injured on Dancing on Ice

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Speaking about his injury today, Brian said the possibility of not performing what was "really frustrating".

Rehearsal in the studio, "he said." This is really frustrating for a while. "I do it and I love it and I was so happy, so relaxed, ready to go and this stupid shoulder has literally put me right back to the start again.

I'm nervous, I'm nervous, I'm nervous, I'm nervous, I'm nervous so annoying. So annoying.

"And I'm looking for a stupid thing to do as well." If I'd fall over on my skates or something but just has practiced lift and pop out a shoulder is ridiculous.

Dancing on Ice: Brian McFadden & Alex Murphy (

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"Right now it's not my decision it's gonna be the physio's decision," he added.

I'll do it but I'm sure it's gonna have to fix a few things because there's a lot of things our are in the morning. "

Brian has been posting videos on Instagram of him training hard throughout the week, so he wants to devastate if he's unable to perform.

Brian could be making some impressive moves on Friday (January 11). He captioned the above video: "Practice practice practice, two days to go!"

Here's that Brian makes a speedy recovery.

In other Dancing on ice news, Brian's professional dancing partner Alex has praised Gemma Collins for her tenacity after her debut performance last week.

"I'm so proud of Gemma," Alex said. She fell in the dress rehearsal She fell and fell and fell She was up and got on with her.

"And all of those who say they can not do it, or that weighty thing – all those awful remarks – Gemma still did it."

Dancing on ice continues Sunday (January 13) at 6pm on ITV.


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