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Monday, January 7, 2013

Samia Ghadie and Sylvain Longchambon sparkle on Dancing On Ice launch show... but end up middle of the leaderboard


All that glitters: Samia Ghadie and French partner Sylvain Longchambon were the first to skate to Rihanna's recent hit Diamonds

There's been speculation over the nature of their working relationship for over a week.
But Samia Ghadie and French partner Sylvain Longchambon so-called chemistry didn't translate as well as they hoped for Week 1 of the Dancing On Ice.
The pair ended up on the lower middle of the leaderboard after receiving a total of 17.5 after skating to Rihanna's recent hit Diamonds.

'Great potential': Samia was told off by Jason for her lack of arm control

The soap actress admitted it had been hard to focus on the skating with the media attention on her and Sylvain's personal lives after both split from their respective partners Will Thorp and Jennifer Metcalfe.
She said: 'Obviously with all the unwanted press attention it has been difficult this week but out there tonight I put the fallout to one side and didn't let it affect my skating.'

Bringing fun to the show: Keith and Olga received a score of 15.5

Ashley said: 'I thought you were skating and sparkling all over the ice. I want to see you sit in those hips and own your fierceness the whole time.'
Jason added: 'I know you are having a problem with the chemistry - don't shy away from that, ignore what everybody is saying but show us that there a strong partnership here and develop it.

Showing her gymnastic skills: Beth Tweddle was the third to skate with her English partner Dan Whiston

'You have to watch your arms, it looks like you’re swatting flies. If you are going to do these things, make them count.'
Despite having to quit the series after injuring himself last year, Keith Chegwin returned to the ice with Russian partner Olga Sharutenko.
The 54-year-old broke his shoulder and cracked three ribs last year and admitted his injuries had actually made him more confident on the ice this time round.
Following his skate to D:Ream's Things Can Only Get better he received a total of 15.5 - with a disappointing 3 from Jason.

'Bored to "Beth" by you': Jason wasn't too kind when judging Beth's impressive performance

Ashley told him: 'You're a little ball of fun and energy. On some of the transitions, you could extend the arms a bit.'
As expected, Jason was the most critical: 'Things couldn't get any worse with your presentation. Your actions need more attack and purpose. You're a capable skater, but you still need to work on your presentation.'
Robin agreed with all the judges: 'Yes it's rough about the edges and technically the skating wasn't brilliant, but everyone watching is having fun.'

Purple power: Ex-EastEnder Matt Lapinskas and his Canadian partner Brianne Delcourt performed to Chris Brown's Turn Up The Music

Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle was the third to skate with her English partner Dan Whiston.
The pair received 21.5 for their performance to Ellie Goulding's Anything Could Happen.
Although she got 6.5 from the professional skater judges Karen and Robin, she only got a 3.5 from Jason.

Become the man on the ice: Shayne's lack of confidence was clear to the judges

Karen referred to her judging rival Jason as she said: 'The scores are confusing. That was amazing. This is only Week 1... I'm a little confused at the end of the panel.'
Getting his claws out, Jason scathed: 'I was very excited when I heard that you were gonna join the show but unfortunately I was bored to "Beth" by you.
'I'm kind of de-sensitised cos of my background. It was very robotic. We need more fluidity in the presentation.'

'Tentative and a few little stutters': Pamela let her nerves get the better of her during her performance

source: dailymail

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