Top Gear co-presenter Chris Harris gets to drive around Japan in the new series of the motoring show.But he has to share his car with a rather unusual passenger – a Sumo rikishi wrestler.He has been off the radar in recent years after flying to prominence on Fame Academy and launching a singing career.
The former England cricketer, 35, was due to take part in the reboot of the ITV skating competition, but after crashing onto the ice during training and breaking his ankle, he has been forced to end his time on the show before it even begins airing.
A representative for the show confirmed: 'Owing to an injury sustained in training, Monty has had to withdraw from the competition.
Asked how it felt she said: “The judges clearly felt he was the stronger skater.
I am gutted to be out and my journey finished, but I’m happy that I stayed in one piece with no injuries. ”----------------------------------------- Top Gear: Wrestling with the wheel Squeezy does it!
Olympic skater Jayne Torvill delivered the final nail in the coffin for Lemar and also decided to save Donna, and her figure skating partner Christopher Dean said he would have given the same vote.
Dancing On Ice viewers were appalled by the decision to get rid of the fan favourite."Wrong decision tonight.
Lemar skated to Viva La Vida by Coldplay, while the Newcastle-born actress chose Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper.
The If There's Any Justice singer appeared in good spirits as he made his way off of the ice before discovering his fate.
'He's been told there's no way he can be part of the new series, which he's absolutely devastated about.