Jeff Brazier wants part in DOI twist

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Jeff Brazier

Jeff Brazier

Jeff Brazier is keen to take part in this week's 'Dancing On Ice' twist, despite being eliminated from the ITV1 show on Sunday (13.03.11).

Jeff Brazier would have found the latest 'Dancing On Ice' twist "exciting".

The TV presenter was voted off the show last weekend and admits he is disappointed not to have a place in the semi-final because he would have loved the chance to choreograph his own solo routine.

He said: "The contestants are making up their own routines this week in a twist that would have been right up my alley. We all chose a song last week that we would like to skate to on the tour, except really the producers were lining up a track for the semi-finals for us to choreograph our own move.

"My track was Maxwell's 'This Woman's Work' and I can imagine because of my love for a challenge, not to mention tinkering and tightening up my routines anyway, it would (or at least should have been) an exciting week for me."

While Jeff doesn't think Johnson Beharry will win a place in the final of the contest, he believes it would be at the expense of children's TV presenter Laura Hamilton if there is a shock this week.

Writing on his MSN Celebrity, he added: "I wouldn't like to call it between the girls; both are hitting the high scores, both are improving and I can't help feeling that if Johnson makes a shock appearance in the final, it will be at the expense of one of them.

"The 'form' book tells us that as Chloe Madeley has never appeared in the bottom three, there's a great chance she'll make it. But as Laura has more of a background in performance, maybe I'd expect her to put together a better routine?"

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