Dancing on Ice’s Caprice praises new partner Oscar for being ‘amazing’ as she celebrates winning skate-off – The Sun

DANCING On Ice’s Caprice Bourret has raved about her new partner Oscar Peter calling him "amazing."

It comes just a week after her shock split from her original partner Hamish Gaman was announced.

Model  Caprice  has heaped praise on her new partner Oscar, despite them getting  booed by the live studio audience following her very public fall out with former partner Hamish.

She took to Instagram to publicly thank her new skating partner Oscar and her fans after surviving last night’s tense skate-off, and said: "Thank you Oscar, you've been amazing."

The businesswoman, 48, returned to the rink with her new instructor yesterday after it was revealed by Holly Willoughby that she had parted ways with her original partner Hamish the previous week.

Caprice gushed in her video message: "Good morning, I just wanted to say thank you so much everyone for so many beautiful, kind messages."

The mother-of-two added: "It really means a lot to me. We made it through!"

In a sweet moment Caprice asked her children if they were happy she had survived the skate-off against Radzi Chinyanganya, and they screamed back "yes."

She ended her video saying: "Anyways, back to mummy duties of course and then after school drop off, back to training.

"So, I’m going to take on board everything that the judge said and Oscar and I… and thank you so much Oscar, you’ve been amazing."

She added: "And Katie too, his beautiful fiancé, they’ve been just amazing. Okay, that’s it. Thank you so much, everyone. Thank you so much!"

Meanwhile the Sun Online revealed Caprice was poised to sue ITV over "bullying" claims.

But ITV denied claims Caprice was bullied by her former professional partner Hamish.

Caprice had complained to TV bosses about Hamish’s apparently “gaslighting” her and threatened to quit unless she was given a new partner.

An ITV spokesman denied the claims, saying: "We take allegations of bullying very seriously but found no evidence on Dancing On Ice and strongly refute any suggestion to the contrary."

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