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DANCING On Ice, finalist Chris Fountain revealed his devastation after being ‘snubbed’ in last night’s best show

ITV edited compilation episode after postponing competition for a week due to injuries and coronavirus

Wait a minute I’m sure I was on this @dancingonice show? Was I? I am sure it does ?! It must have been a dream 💭😂⛸ #DancingOnIce

Looking at home, 2008 finalist Chris was disappointed not to see some of his memorable routines

He wrote on Twitter: “Wait a minute I’m sure I was on that show @dancingonice? Was I? I’m sure I did ?! That must be a dream”

Leaving the jokey post aside, the former Coronation Street and Hollyoaks star went on to give a more detailed account of his feelings and what the show meant to him

“Kind of expected this but can’t say I’m not disappointed because I’ve given a lot to this show,” said Chris “Coming 2nd with my partner Frankie in 2008 and continuing went on to win two UK tours of the live show “

I was emptied of watching Ice dance tonight, had so many amazing memories and sadly couldn’t see any !! I guess they have a lot of sequences to fit in 2 hours !!! Always have amazing memories! It’s good to watch tonight, I’ve been incredible skateboarders

He continued, “I’ve always tried to impress audiences with my routines, being the first celebrity to try an axel, lifts like the flambo, a wraparound, and a helicopter, and my scratch spin, which, even after 12 years paired

“My routines don’t have to be in the ‘bet bits’ show to remember what I’ve accomplished but it would have been nice to see them and remember them!”

Chris was fired from Coronation Street in 2013 after The Sun revealed him as a masked rapper who boasted of raping a woman in a sickening YouTube video under the guise of his alter-ego The Phantom

He said the videos were shot a year before when he had “experimented” with the music

At the time, the actor apologized, saying he was “deeply ashamed of the words” and “regretted” his behavior

Jake Quickenden won the 2018 series and was another ex-contender upset over their lack of airtime

He tweeted: “I was emptied of watching Ice dance tonight I had so many amazing memories and unfortunately I couldn’t see any! I guess they have a lot of footage for last in 2 hours !!! memories though! Good to watch tonight, I was incredible skaters “

Viewers loved watching the archive’s golden moments, but some longed for more of their favorite celebrities like Chris, Jake, Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Jorgie Porter and Max Evans

One of them wrote: “They seemed to focus only on a few winners in detail, Hayley, Gaynor, Suzanne, Ray and James, Joe was pretty much ignored, as were Matt, Jake, Beth and Kieran”

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