Hull's Luke Campbell skates through on Dancing on Ice
Despite being branded a "little, weak feeble boy" by Jason Gardiner, Luke Campbell has skated through to the next round of Dancing on Ice.
Making sure the viewers remembered his Olympic achievements, Luke wore a tight gold vest and skated to The wanted's Gold Forever.
His performance was a big hit with viewers, who voted him and his partner Jenna Smith straight through - although Phillip Schofield made Luke wait until the last moment, revealing his name last out of the "safe" contestants.
Fellow performers Anthea Turner and Lauren Goodger were not so lucky and were forced to perform again in the skate off. Lauren, who found fame appearing on The Only way is Essex, was sent home.
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Luke, 25, came out fighting at the beginning of the show saying "I took gold in the London Olympics in the boxing, I am not going to be threatened by any other couple".
When quizzed after he had skated, Luke made the crowd laugh, saying: "This is the first time I have performed without being punched in the face so I am happy with that."
Twitter went mad for Hull's golden boy, who has already attracted celebrity endorsement: Kerry Katona tweeted her support: Good luck @luke11campbell you have my vote!!! Everyone please give Luke a vote x