Jorgy Porter's hopes for a Dancing on Ice romance seem to have been dashed as the stunning blonde star was the first to be voted off the show by the public.
Porter was so distraught she couldn't even speak, after becoming the first skater to be voted out of the show by the public.
The star had hoped to win the attentions of dance partner Sylvain, but leaving the show after the first episode, it looks like there's little hope for a romance either.
And it wasn't the best night for comedian Joe Pasquale or Bonnie Langford who failed to win over the public with their performances.
Both found themselves in the final skate-off, but Pasquale was over the moon regardless, having earlier scored a 7 from Jason Gardiner for his Mission Impossible performance, taking him only half a point behind show favourite Ray Quinn.
Ahead of his performance to Queen's Flash Gordon he said: "I got a seven. I'm happy to go home after a seven. I don't care what the judges think. I can say what I want now."
With all the judges unanimous in voting to save Langford, Ashley described him as "my favourite human being in the world," while Gardiner added "Joe you are pure entertainment and fun."
Pasquale was his usual comic self in the face of defeat, leaving the judges laughing when his dance partner commented that she was happy with how it went and couldnt have asked for more. "It would have been better if we hadn't been in the dance off," he quipped.
With the judges describing the final series as featuring the best of the best, Dancing on Ice favourites Ray Quinn, Suzanne Shaw and Gareth Gates will battle it out with the other remaining seven dancers in the next stage of the competition to find the ultimate Dancing on Ice champion.
Watch Dancing on Ice on Sunday 12 January at 6.30pm.