It's high five as Luke gives it some attitude!
LUKE Campbell is down to the final five contestants on Dancing on Ice – despite judge Jason Gardiner saying he has an attitude problem.
The ITV celebrity talent show saw Jason lay into the Hull boxer last night and slate his commitment to skating and the fact that he "doesn't take criticism well."
He took to the ice in a satin pink shirt and skated to Train's Drive By with partner Jenna Smith, before performing with contestants Matt Lapinskas and Gareth Thomas as part of "team week" to MC Hammer – Can't Touch This.
He struggled in rehearsals with the first routine but was pleased with his score of 24.5 out of 40 – despite it putting him at the bottom of the leader-board. His team then won and his score was doubled.
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Luke said: "Being an Olympic champion we don't give up at the first hurdle.
"I've had a really tough week and fell over in rehearsals but you get back up, things happen, you have to carry on and smile your way through it."
The audience didn't agree with the scores from the judging panel and booed the likes of Jason Gardiner, who was accused of being a "bully" on Twitter.
Jason said: "It felt to me as though you were not very connected to the choreography this week. In the past two weeks, what I have loved about you, is that you gave a committed performance all the way through, this one seemed a little bit away from you.
"You lost the connection with your partner and it did not feel like you were present tonight in that routine."
Despite his harsh words, he said his spread-eagle lift with partner Jenna was one of the best he's seen.
Judge Karen Barber said she also thought there was "something missing" but said he is capable and hoped he'd be performing this week.
She said: "This was a great routine, the content was good, but it's all about the confidence and the posture."
Ashley Roberts said: "You have had progress over the last couple of weeks and it's been so good to watch you go out there and have fun, but I think that's what was missing a bit tonight."
Coach Christopher Dean said Olympians don't enjoy being out of their comfort zone and Luke wants to be the best that he can be.
He mentioned the "tension" between him and Jenna because of the pressure heading towards the final.
She said: "There has been a little bit of tension, this was a challenging routine and we struggled a bit at the beginning of the week, but it came together in the end."
Watch Luke skate on this Sunday on Dancing on Ice from 6.15pm on ITV1.