Dancing on Ice's Mark Little's penis joke has Phillip Schofield in hysterics

Dancing on Ice's Mark Little's penis joke has Phillip Schofield in hysterics

The Neighbours star had just finished his performance with partner, Brianne Delcourt, 37, and come off the rink to chat to Phil and Holly.


Mark, a comedian and actor, made the gag about how he endeavoured to perform as well as he could on the ice, and what his focus would be as he tried to skate to perfection.

Innocent Holly commented on how well he had performed alongside Brianne, to which he replied: "Well we worked really hard for three months and that was it! 90 seconds of fun on the ice.

"Something I never thought I could do – I can't skate! But we did pretty well."

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Holly then mentioned that he was able to stay upright successfully, to which Mark replied: "That's the mantra, stay upright!

"And I've done it better, but you know, that was it."

Phil could not keep himself from giggling, and Holly even joined him for a little while in the laughter, and fans at home of course noticed it as well.

Sadly for Mark, the joke did not save him with his scores, as he gained a 13.5 out of 40, which was not a big score compared to the dazzling 30.5 earned by former Strictly Come Dancing pro James Jordan and his partner Alexandra Schauman.

Towie legend and diva Gemma Collins and partner Matt Evers did not perform to the Venga Boys as original planned but instead to Crazy in Love by Beyonce and Jay-Z.

X Factor runner-up Saara Alto and partner Hamish Gaman performed their routine to Lady Gaga's inspiring worldwide hit Born This Way

Coronation Street's Jane Danson also strapped up her skates with her friend and ice partner Sylvain Longchambon to Dean Martin's On The Street Where You Live.

Former Strictly professional James Jordan and partner Alexandra Schauman performed to I Won't Dance by Jane Monheit and Michael Buble.

Grease legend Didi Conn and Lukasz Rzycki took on Grease's own We Go Together for their debut performance.

As ever Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield took up hosting duties for the evening which saw the public vote on the six celebrities performing.

The bottom one with both public votes and judges' scores combined will face the bottom celeb of the second group of stars performing next weekend.

Next Sunday Pussycat Dolls star Melody Thornton, Loose Woman Saira Khan and former Westlife singer Brian McFadden will compete against former cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, EastEnders Richard Blackwood and Love Island's Wes Nelson.


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