IT may be cold on the rink but the competition is heating up as Dancing On Ice said goodbye to Melody Thornton last Sunday  The Pussycat Doll took her last turn around the rink as it was time for her to hang up her skates Who left Dancing on Ice last week?  Two couples took part in the skate-off to secure their place in the competition:  Melody Thornton and Alexander Demetriou battled it out against Saara Aalto  And unfortunately for Pussycat Doll Melody it was her time to go.  The judges unanimously decided it was the end of the road for her  Though ever gracious, the star told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “It’s been an absolutely amazing experience I know my father would be proud of me.” Who is still left in the competition?  The full line-up has dwindled since the opening show with Neighbours actor Mark Little being the first contestant to be voted off  Richard Blackwood was next to leave Dancing On Ice after going up against Saira Khan in the skate-off  Grease actress Didi Conn was the third person to hang up her skates.  And Saira Khan failed to survive the skate-off for a second time – being the fourth contestant to get the boot  Then it was time for the GC – Gemma Collins – to leave.  The week after that saw a double elimination with Ryan Sidebottom and Jane Danson skating off the show  And it was Melody Thornton who missed out on a semi-final place as she was axed in the quarter finals, leaving only these celebrities in the show: Wes Nelson Saara Aalto Brian McFadden James Jordan When is Dancing on Ice next on TV?  Dancing on Ice returns TOMORROW on March 3 at 6pm on ITV  The final takes place the following week on March 10 with just three skaters taking part  The series has proved a real hit with viewers since its return following a three-year break  After initially running from 2006 until 2014 the show returned in 2018.  2

MELODY BREAKER Who left Dancing On Ice last week? Melody Thornton is the latest celeb to leave the c
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