Spencer Matthews dislocates shoulder

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 25 February 2017
Spencer Matthews

Spencer Matthews

Spencer Matthews dislocated his shoulder on 'The Jump' but managed to pop it back in and will appear in the Channel 4 winter sports show on Sunday (26.02.17) as usual

Spencer Matthews dislocated his shoulder on 'The Jump'.

The former 'Made In Chelsea' star was rehearsing for the Channel 4 winter sports show when he got into difficulty.

In a video obtained by The Sun Online, Spencer can be seen hurtling down the piste before falling over and colliding with a safety fence.

As paramedics rushed over to provide medical assistance, the reality star told them he had dislocated his shoulder but he managed to walk away from the incident after popping his shoulder back in.

He said: "I dislocated my shoulder ... My shoulder popped clean out. It's gone back in though.

"Those nets work. I always look at the red nets and I'm like they're mental they're never going to stop anyone ... If that wasn't there I'd be in the snow cross course."

Spencer will still compete on Sunday's (26.02.17) show as usual.

It comes after Spencer's pal Vogue Williams was forced to pull out of the show after badly injuring her knee.

A source said at the time: "Vogue is absolutely devastated. She was so looking forward to taking part and has been training religiously. She's one of the most competitive of the group and was in with a real chance of winning. But she fell very heavily during the ski cross training and really hurt her knee and on doctor's orders she has had to pull out."

And Sir Bradley Wiggins also had to quit the show after suffering a "small leg fracture".

Taking to Twitter at the time, he wrote: "Gutted to be leaving The Jump. I wanted to give you an injury update ...

"Seen a specialist, I have a small leg fracture & need to rest for 3/6 weeks. Good news no surgery or cast required ...

"Huge thanks to the crew & good luck to all of the cast. Due to the way the show is filmed I'll still be on until show 4, so tune in (sic)"

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