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Dancing On Ice’s Bez in horror crash as his head whacks on ice and helmet goes flying

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DANCING ON ICE star Bez collided into the ice and whacked his head as his helmet went flying during training for the show. Footage from the horror smash, shows the Happy Mondays favourite, 57, collapsed on the floor in shock.

His dance partner Angela Egan is seen dashing over to him and telling him to wait a minute before he attempts to get back up.

She points out how lucky it is he was wearing a helmet, despite it ending up across the ice. Philip Schofield, who hosts the skating competition with Holly Willoughby, opened up about the fall as he discussed how dangerous the show was.

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