Loose Women’s Stacey Solomon talks ‘fury’ over Joe Swash Dancing on Ice injury
Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon admitted she found Joe Swash's injury "infuriating" on the show today, following his recent stint in the hospital.
The Dancing on Ice star was rushed to hospital yesterday with an infected ear and has been advised to wear a bandage around his head for the next few days.
Even though girlfriend Stacey was concerned for Joe's wellbeing, she admitted to feeling angry that he hadn't gone for a check-up sooner.
The 30-year-old TV personality told the panel – made up of Kaye Adams, Carol McGiffin and Nadia Sawalha – that she had been concerned about the ear for weeks.
She said: "I’d been waiting for him at home for hours and hours, and he walks through the door like that."
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Joe had a huge white bandage covering one half of his head, keeping his ear protected from further infection.
Stacey said the numerous falls on the ice had caused the problem, as "over time it's built up and he’s got an infection in there.
"Every time he said it to me, I said 'you know what Joe, go to the doctor'."
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However, the I'm A Celeb star apparently refused to go see a medical professional, shrugging the pain off for weeks.
Stacey remarked that Joe carried on "until his ear [was] literally the size of his head".
Baffled over his decision to ask "my opinion instead of a trained professional," she added: "I don’t know if anyone else has got this with their partners, but it is infuriating."
Hopeful that Joe will recover ahead of this weekend's finale, Kaye remarked: "I’m looking forward to Dancing on Ice on Sunday!"
Loose Women airs on weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.
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