Dancing on Ice Joe Swash talks ‘faking confidence’ as he admits ‘I’m vulnerable’

Dancing on Ice Joe Swash talks ‘faking confidence’ as he admits ‘I’m vulnerable’

On tonight's Dancing On Ice Joe Swash opened up and admitted to "faking confidence".

The popular tv presenter is competing in tonight's final of DOI, with the star confession his confidence issues in a video clip during rehearsals.

He told his partner Alex Murphy: "A lot of the time I a go around with this fake confidence but deep down I'm vulnerable.

"It's amazing to be on this show and to actually feel like that [confident]."

Stacey Solomon's beau was moved to tears after seeing a video montage of well wishes from his family.

The former EastEnders star said: "Us in the final means all that time I spent away from my family was worthwhile."

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Joe was rushed to hospital twice this week after an ice skate to the ear caused his ear t become swollen and infected.

His partner Alex Murphy accidentally kicked him in the ear while they were practicing one of his final routines

The star was forced off the ice to have an emergency operation, donning a giant operation after the brutal injury.

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Luckily he recovered before tonight's final and managed to take to the ice bandage free.

Joe recently told Daily Star Sunday that the competition has pushed him towards "breaking point".

The media personality admitted: "For the past couple of weeks I’ve been right on the edge physically, mentally and emotionally. It’s such a tough show and the hours are so long.

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"It’s had me in a right mess. I have 10-minute periods where I have a little breakdown. There have been tears. I’ve had ups and downs.

"It doesn’t take a lot to wobble me at the moment. I feel so tired, I’ve just felt quite emotional. You can lose

perspective."

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