Jeff Brazier happy with DOI exit
Jeff Brazier is relieved to have made it into the final five on 'Dancing On Ice' before he was voted out.
Jeff Brazier is happy he made it to the top five on 'Dancing On Ice' before he was booted out.
The 31-year-old TV presenter - who was eliminated from the ITV1 show on Sunday night (13.03.11) - revealed his aim throughout the competition had been to make it to the final five, although he is gutted he won't be a full time member of the tour.
He said: "At the beginning I thought I had a chance of being top five; that's what I was aiming for. I was aiming for the tour but sadly I didn't get a chance to be in it. Although, now I actually have a small part in it by doing a few dates in Newcastle and Birmingham.
"I'm in between feeling disappointed that I made mistakes in my first performance but I must admit I'm the sort of person to take the positive view and my skate-off was perfect so I'm really happy to go out on that high note."
While Jeff doesn't rate Johnson Beharry's chances in the competition, he is finding it difficult to choose his favourite between the other semi-finalists Laura Hamilton, Chloe Madeley and Sam Attwater.
Writing on his MSN Celebrity blog, Jeff explained: "I don't really want anyone to win more than the others, but I've felt quite an affinity to the others that trained at Lee Valley with me from October. So, that'll be Laura and Chloe.
"Other than that, I think it should be Sam, Laura or Chloe - I really can't split them! The twist this week, having to choreograph their own routines, will really separate them, though. And whoever gets to the final will have definitely earned it."