Dancing On Ice’s Myleene Klass reveals painful broken toe and torn ligament after crashing out of the show

DANCING On Ice's Myleene Klass revealed her painful broken toe and torn ligament after crashing out of the show.

The actress, 42, shared a clip of her getting treated for her injuries two weeks after leaving the ITV show.

Myleene sat on the hospital bed as she showed her big toe wrapped up in a bandage.

She played Justin Timberlake's Sexy Back while writing over the clip: "Broken Toe".

The next clip shows shows a doctor treating the knee with a gel.

She's captioned this clip: "Torn meniscus", which is a cartilage in the knee joint that acts as a cushion between the thigh and shinbone.

The star has been wearing knee supports around the clock and admitted she no longer feels "sexy" since her knee injury.

Admitting the show has made her feel like a grandmother, rather than a sprightly teen, Myleene said: "I feel almost embarrassed by my injury, because it's not very sexy. I feel like a nana.

"It is very painful, but it's just not very sexy when you say your knees have gone.

"Learning to dance on ice is no easy feat. On land I feel like I'm quite stable, I can do my turns and get my counts to the music. 

"But as soon as you remove the land and replace it with a very slippery surface it does all manner of things to your joints.

"I'm like the tin man. Every morning I have to oil, manipulate and move things before I can even think about getting out of bed.

"I thought it was going to make me feel as if I was 16 again but it's made me feel like I'm 116."

Myleene became the first person to be eliminated from Dancing On Ice.

The former Hear'Say star lost the skate off to rapper Lady Leshurr in the live episode.

Klass said: "I couldn't have done it without Lukasz and my family and my friends.

"I had never skated before, I've got a skill that I learned in lockdown, who would have thought it?

"To all the crew, it's not been an easy production to put together in lockdown. I feel really chuffed."

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