Remember when we told you that Gemma Collins had brought a shaman psychic to the Dancing On Ice studio with her in a bid to rid the atmosphere of evil spirits and bad vibes?
Well, it turns out there’s more to the story than we initially thought.
The shaman herself, Sue Holmes, has now spoken out, suggesting that spirits of former RAF pilots were responsible for Gemma’s fall on the ice last month.
She told The Mirror: “I asked people about the history and it had been a base during the war, an RAF base. There would have been a lot of fear.”
After conducting a ceremony, Sue said she noticed “two lines of disharmonious land energy”, noting: “They were crossing the ice rink. They actually crossed in the very place where the fall happened. So I used crystals at the healing point to harmonise that energy.”
Sue also shared footage of the cleansing on Instagram, suggesting Dancing On Ice bosses had refused to include it in the most recent episode for fear of upsetting younger viewers.
And while Sue’s rituals may or may not have cleansed the Dancing On Ice studio of negative spirit energy, it wasn’t enough to save Gemma, who was sent packing by the judges after her first time in the skate-off on Sunday night.
Despite her diva reputation, Gemma was more than happy to bow out of the competition, insisting that it has her time to go during the live show.
She said: “I just want to bow out gracefully now. It’s time to let them all go on. I wish them all the best of luck. They work so hard.“
Dancing On Ice continues on Sunday night at 6pm on ITV.