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This year's Dancing On Ice has had plenty of injuries galore so far, but after her own knee injury, Myleene Klass has vowed to "give it everything" and persevere.
The mum-of-three, who got support from Holly Willoughby to win the show, took to her Instagram stories to thank her fans for support after her injury.
Alongside a picture of an article about her knee trouble, the 42 year old said: "Thank you for all your super kind messages (some of you even offered me physio sessions)"
"And others have offered me 'bigger pants'," she joked, alongside crying with tears emojis.
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But in her next story, Myleene defiantly vowed to carry on in the competition and said she's worked too hard to give it all up.
She expressed: "All this to say, I love ice skating, it's the hardest thing I've ever tried to conquer, esp in such a short time span.
"But I've worked too hard to quit and I'm going to give it EVERYTHING I've got on Sunday, nana knees and all!
"Thank you for your continued love and support. Mum power," Myleene concluded with a bicep bulging emoji.
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A source told The Mirror: "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," the insider explained.
The new series of Dancing On Ice kicked off on Sunday, with six celebrities taking to the ice for the very first time.
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The celebrities who graced the rink included Rufus Hound, Rebekah Vardy and Emmerdale's Joe-Warren Plant.
Myleene, who bravely admitted to suffering a miscarriage while on the radio, will be gracing the ice for the first time on Sunday's episode.
She will be joined by Billie Faiers, Faye Brooks and radio host Sonny Jay.
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