Dancing on ice judge Katarina Witt gets all hot and bothered over Chico Slimani

Katarina Witt has revealed that she found it difficult to concentrate on Chico Slimani's latest Dancing on Ice routine when he took to the ice topless.

The cheeky chappie and his dance partner Jodeyne Higgins performed to LMFAO's Sexy and I Know It, and Chico certainly knew how sexy he was as he strutted his stuff and showed off his buff body, leaving Katarina all hot and bothered.

She said: "I wasn't sure at the end what was more distracting, that Chico was naked on his upper body or the print of the pants.

"I was still able to concentrate on the skating, which was not easy!"

Matthew Wolfenden was the highlight of the show this week and topped the leaderboard with a score of 28.5, the highest of the series so far.

His time at the top was short-lived, however, when the girls beat the boys in a team challenge, doubling their scores and giving Jorgie Porter, Jennifer Ellison and Chemmy Alcott the highest scores of the night.

Katarina really enjoyed both team performances but she was glad to see the girls win and said: "Both teams were competing very hard and the boys were very good and they were both completely different numbers, so it was very difficult and a very close decision.

"I'm so glad that team Jorgie won because they [the girls] were just going out there and being completely wild. It helped with shifting the score boards and made it very interesting that everything got shaken up."

Chemmy and Andy Whyment found themselves in the skate-off, and although Katarina thought that Andy had improved this week, she and the other judges chose to save Chemmy and to send Andy home.

"Andy was better able to portray the character this week but he's still performing more for him than for the audience," she explained.

"I still thought he did a very big step forward and skating wise he was much better and a lot more fluid and comfortable."


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