LOVE Island star Liberty Poole says if she falls flat her face like Gemma Collins while making her Dancing on Ice debut, she'lljust "style it out".
The reality star, 21, admits she's terrified about the thought of slipping in front of the nation this Sunday, but insists the show must go on.
She is joining the likes of Ben Foden and Connor Ball to skate for the first time this series.
Rachel Stevens – who was meant to perform this weekend – was forced to pull out after fracturing her wrist.
"I feel like Gemma [Collins] styled it out and I'll just do the same," says Liberty.
"Lingers crossed I won't fall but I'll just have to get up. What's that saying? The show must go on. That's what I'll have to do, but hopefully there will no falls."
"That's the scary thing to think about – falling on the live show."
Liberty sensationally walked out of Love Island last summer after realising her relationship with Jake was on the rocks.
She was soon snapped up by brands desperate for her to be the face of their campaigns, including a six-figure deal from Skinny Tan.
Despite not finding love in the villa, Liberty has stayed close to most of her co-stars.
She's even got two coming to watch her perform this weekend.
Liberty said: "Everyone has been supportive, saying they'll be watching and cheering me on.
"I've invited Kaz and Fay to come along and watch my first performance on Sunday.
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"That's what I like about the cast – everyone cheers each other on to do well."
Asked if she's got any tips off of pervious Love Island stars who have competed on the ITV show, Liberty added: "I don't talk to them regularly but I did bump into Maura Higgins and she said it's the best thing she's ever done.
"She told me to enjoy every second, which I'm going to do."
- Dancing on Ice continues this Sunday on ITV.
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