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Dancing On Ice’s Greg Rutherford says his stomach is ‘not in a good way’ and he’s seeing a specialist over horror injury


DANCING on Ice star Greg Rutherford has told fans his stomach ‘is not in a good way’ after his nasty injury in rehearsals.

The Olympian, 37, returned home from hospital yesterday and is on painkillers as he recovers from an accident on Sunday that forced him out of the series final.

Greg Rutherford has given another update on his condition
He is being supported by fiancée Susie Verrill

Greg took to Instagram today to give another update on his condition and promised fans he would reveal the extent of his injury tomorrow after seeing a specialist.

Walking around his home, Greg said: “Good morning everyone, just thought I’d check in and give you a little update.

“I’m moving around a little bit better today which is nice. Loads of people asking exactly what’s happened. I’ll be able to give a full rundown tomorrow.

“I’m seeing a specialist to figure out a plan of action and everything else, but my stomach is not in a good way and it’s gonna need fixing.”

He added that he’s trying to limit his co-codamol intake as it makes him sleepy.

Greg then shared his fiancée Susie Verrill’s response, with her joking that his manhood had “snapped off”.

The athlete had been due to battle it out with Ryan Thomas, Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, and Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire on the ice on Sunday night, but instead he was rushed to hospital that morning.

In the end, ex-Coronation Street actor Ryan, 39, was crowned the winner.

Yesterday he admitted that the result might have turned out differently had Greg skated in the final.

Later in the day Greg hinted he suffered an abdominal injury, saying he had been for a scan on his stomach and revealed that it “hurt to laugh”.

Greg told fans: “I’ve just this second walked in the door after having a scan on my stomach.

“I’ve just seen what Ryan’s been saying on Lorraine. First and foremost Ryan you should never have imposter syndrome.

“You were the worthy winner of the show, king of the spin from day one.

“And just an amazing human to be around, you should keep the trophy. I don’t need to see your name on the trophy thank you very much!”

Laughing, he added: “Ow, it hurts laughing! It really hurts.

“As I said you were the worthy winner, you were incredible from day one, and it was an honour to be in that competition with you.

“I’m thrilled to bits that you won, I said it the other day and I’ll say it again. So well done mate. We’ll get together soon don’t you worry. Keep that trophy.”

Greg and Vanessa James had a nightmare end to their series

Ryan Thomas and Amani Fancy won Dancing On Ice