Dancing on Ice’s Sally Dynevor in painful ‘headbanger’ accident just days before show

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Sally Dynevor has suffered a painful accident only days before the next Dancing on Ice live show.

The 58-year-old Corrie star has become a fan favourite after wowing judges in her daring routines with dance partner Matt Evers in recent weeks.

It has even been rumoured that she is set to attempt the infamous ‘headbanger’ routine this Sunday, after fans observed the pair preparing in a video uploaded by him to social media yesterday.

And in a new clip uploaded to his Instagram Story last night, Sally can be seen smashing onto the ice as the pair get entangled in a worrying accident.



Sally Dynevor took a nasty tumble while rehearsing the 'headbanger' with dance partner Matt Evers
Sally Dynevor took a nasty tumble while rehearsing the ‘headbanger’ with dance partner Matt Evers

Sally appears to be in pain following the fall, which occurred during a rehearsal of what looks to be the daring dance move.

Commenting on the incident, she posted: “Please God this doesn’t happen on Sunday.”

A headbanger — a move illegal in competitive skating — sees the lead dancer spin around his partner from the ankles bringing their head very close to the ice.

The previous video recorded early on Wednesday morning had set viewer’s tongues wagging with the prospect of the routine, with many making their excitement known in the comments below Matt’s post.

One said: “Ohhh maybe a headbanger now that would be amazing. Go Sally.”



Commenting on the incident, she posted: 'Please God this doesn't happen on Sunday'
Commenting on the incident, she posted: ‘Please God this doesn’t happen on Sunday’

While another added: “I’m so excited for whatever you have up your sleeves.”

Though frightening, Sally’s fall is far from the worst accident to have been connected with the popular ITV show.

Former goalkeeper David Seaman dropped his partner Pam O’Connor when they were attempting to perform the notorious headbanger during his 2006 stint on the show.

Unfortunately David slipped and brought her too close to the ice, slicing her chin open in a shocking TV accident.

Professional skater Pam was rushed to the hospital and was forced to undergo stitches on her chin. She returned to the ice soon after.

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