Mark Rhodes leaves Dancing On Ice
Mark Rhodes has been voted off 'Dancing On Ice' after landing in the bottom two alongside 'Dallas' actress Charlene Tilton
Mark Rhodes has been voted off 'Dancing On Ice'.
The children's TV presenter - who landed in the bottom two alongside 'Dallas' actress Charlene Tilton on last night's (22.01.12) show - admitted he "messed up" after performing a rendition of 'Everybody Needs Somebody To Love' from 'The Blues Brothers' alongside professional partner Frankie Poultney.
He told hosts Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley: "Obviously I'm absolutely gutted, but to be at the bottom in the first week and to be next to the bottom in the second week, it makes sense for me to be in the skate-off.
"Charlene skated brilliantly and I messed up. I'm absolutely fine with it."
However, in his best bits montage, the 30-year-old star admitted he would "never live it down" if he was voted out of the competition before his fellow CBBC presenter Sam Nixon.
In a flashback to a pre-recorded interview, he joked: "If Sam stays longer than me, I will never live it down."
Despite Mark bowing out of the ITV1 show in last night's movie-themed episode, 'Stand By Me' actor Corey Feldman actually scored the lowest mark of the evening with just eight out of 30 from the judging panel Louie Spence, Robin Cousins and Katarina Witt.
However, it was a good night for soap stars as 'Emmerdale' hunk Matthew Wolfenden and 'Hollyoaks' actress Jorgie Porter topped the leaderboard in joint place with a score of 21.5 apiece.