Dancing On Ice’s Karina Manta suffers an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction as her dress comes undone

Dancing On Ice finale: Pro skater Karina Manta suffers an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction as her dress comes undone ahead of triumph with Regan Gascoigne

The 2022 Dancing On Ice final kicked off in spectacular fashion on Sunday with Brendan Cole, Kimberly Wyatt and Regan Gascoigne battling it out to be crowned champions of the series.

But Karina Manta suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction during her second performance with Regan on the live show.

The professional skater, 26, looked phenomenal in a white mini dress but narrowly avoided showing off her many assets as celebrity partner Regan, 26, was forced to hold her outfit.

Uh-oh: Karina Manta suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction during her second performance with Regan on the live show Sunday night

After their first take on skateboarding left Jayne in tears, Regan and Karina resumed their fun, circus-inspired skateboarding from the musical Barnum.

The duo were thrilled with the 10s across the board, but during the judges’ comments, Karina looked uncomfortable as she tried to tie the blue ribbon on her dress after she came undone.

But it was Regan to the rescue as he held him down as the couple beamed after the judges sang their praises.

Awkward: Karina looked uncomfortable as she tried to fix her dress after it came undone

Awkward: Karina looked uncomfortable as she tried to fix her dress after it came undone

Wardrobe malfunction: The skater looked phenomenal in a white mini dress but narrowly avoided showing off her assets on Sunday night

Wardrobe malfunction: The skater looked phenomenal in a white mini dress but narrowly avoided showing off her assets on Sunday night

Regan was crowned the winner later that night, beating Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt in one of the tightest finals in the show’s history.

The dancer broke down in tears as he joined his professional partner Karina Manta to lift the glittering trophy, after wowing viewers with his jaw-dropping version of the iconic Bolero skate.

After his win, Regan told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield he never thought he would win the show, struggling to contain his emotions, before describing the experience as “overwhelming”.

Bad timing: Regan and Karina were thrilled with 10s across the board, but during the judges' comments she looked uncomfortable as she tried to tie the blue ribbon on her dress

Bad timing: Regan and Karina were thrilled with 10s across the board, but during the judges’ comments she looked uncomfortable as she tried to tie the blue ribbon on her dress

Champion!  Regan won Dancing On Ice after beating Brendan Cole in the final on Sunday

Champion! Regan won Dancing On Ice after beating Brendan Cole in the final on Sunday

His proud mum Sheryl and sister Bianca could also be seen sobbing in the audience when Regan’s victory was announced.

It comes after a finale that has been dubbed the closest in the show’s history, with Regan, Brendan and third-place finisher Kimberly Wyatt all getting perfect scores for all of their skates.

Regan and Karina started the night off with a fun number from Mary Poppins’ iconic song Step In Time, turning into chimney sweeps for the high-energy routine, and they quickly raised the bar by hitting top marks.

Delighted: The dancer broke down in tears as he joined his pro partner Karina lifting the glittering trophy, after wowing viewers with his jaw-dropping version of the iconic Bolero skate

Delighted: The dancer broke down in tears as he joined his pro partner Karina lifting the glittering trophy, after wowing viewers with his jaw-dropping version of the iconic Bolero skate

Earning the first perfect score of the night with 40 points, the speedy skate was praised by the judges who noted that it wouldn’t have looked out of place in a West End show.

Jayne noted: ‘From the start the music you bring to life is like watching you perform in the West End, it just feels like a really professional show but you wouldn’t have worked if you didn’t have the skating skills. Fantastic.’

Oti added: “You directed all that skating, it was all about you, the character you got it right, there was nothing I didn’t like, absolutely brilliant.”

Incredible: Earning the first perfect score of the night with 40 points, the speedy skate was praised by the judges who noted that it wouldn’t have looked out of place in a West End show.

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