Dancing On Ice Myleene Klass smashes face into ice in painful accident

Dancing On Ice 's Myleene Klass took a painful tumble on the ice and shared a video with her social media fans.

The 42-year-old radio presenter and pianist seemed to see the funny side as she posted a comical video of the sore looking injury.

Myleene, who first shot to fame as a member of Hear'Say, has been wearing knee pads during rehearsals a knee injury.

The new clip sees her being lifted spun around by her professional partner Lukasz Rozycki, but it seems the star became far too dizzy.

She proceeded to tumble to the ground and face-plant the ice.

Mum-of-three Myleene shared the video with her 375,000 followers on Instagram.

"When dancing on ice goes wrong…", and added "Oh no…" with a bandage face and laughing emoji in the caption.

"Ouchy! Hope you're doing ok"

"Don't know how they do this or have the courage to do this, ice skating terrifies me"

"Oh my gosh, hope you're ok? Your head really clunked onto the ice there"

"Hope you are ok", with a crying face emoji.

The media personality's face-plant comes after she reportedly suffered an excruciating double knee injury ahead of her first performance on the ice.

She was thought to be in agony after her injury and forced to undergo physio sessions to make sure she was able to take part in Sunday's show.

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Myleene, who already had a "dodgy knee", has torn her meniscus- which is the damage to the cartilage in her knee.

According to reports, Myleene didn't let the injury stop her from dancing alongside pro-partner Lukasz Rozycki.

An ITV insider explained: "Myleene has picked up a knee injury during training and she is having physio sessions to try to help with both her knees ahead of her first dance on screen with Lukasz on Sunday.

"It is very early on to be in pain and having knee problems but Myleene is determined to carry on and won’t let it ruin her experience.

"She will be going through the pain barrier and the show means a lot to her and her children so this may not stop her but it certainly won’t help her chances of winning."

Dancing On Ice airs Sundays at 6pm on ITV.

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