Sebastien Foucan worried about disappointing kids
Sebastien Foucan cried after he was voted off 'Dancing On Ice' on Sunday (19.02.12) because he was afraid he had disappointed his daughters
Sebastien Foucan cried after leaving 'Dancing On Ice' on Sunday (19.02.12) because he was worried he had disappointed his kids.
The French freerunner - who along with Sugababes singer Heidi Range was voted off the ITV1 show after losing out to skier Chemmy Alcott in a solo skills skate-off - admitted he was devastated to leave the programme because his daughters were watching on TV at home.
He said: "It was a nightmare. I feel like I forgot everything, it went blank. You don't even look anyone in the eyes because you know there are so many people with expectations and love.
"That was pretty painful. My daughters were crying, they were watching on TV."
However, Sebastien also admitted he shed some tears at the thought of leaving his fellow celebrities behind, especially Chemmy.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I'd like Chemmy to do well. She had a similar attitude to me."
The 'Ultimate Skills' challenge saw Heidi, Sebastien and Chemmy take to the ice for 60 seconds without the support of their professional partners to perform a tricky 23-step routine.
Despite Chemmy visibly stumbling as she executed a difficult move, head judge Robin Cousins decided to send her through to the next week of the show.