Brian McFadden's future on Dancing On Ice is uncertain after a first look at his injuries was revealed this evening.

The former Westlife singer suffered a big fall, leading to him partially dislocated his shoulder and damaged his rotator cuff.

A spokesperson for the ITV show revealed on Saturday that he was no longer able to rehearse that day and that they would reassess his condition on Sunday.

Brian, 38, has been left "very anxious" by the fall, according to his professional partner Alex Murphy.

Brian McFadden may not skate on Sunday
He has partially dislocated his shoulder and damaged his rotator cuff

He was due to take to the ice with the rest of the other five celebrities tomorrow after the first six skated last week.

Speaking to The Sun Online , his partner Alex said: "We had a fall, it was pretty bad.

He has had to stop rehearsals
Brian McFadden has prompted fears he won't be able to skate on Sunday

"He was really anxious after that but I told him not to worry and hopefully it's out of his system."

Regardless of the fall, Alex said that Brian had made a lot of progress in training.

His partner Alex Murphy has said that the fall has left him 'very anxious'

Admitting that he could "hardly stand on the ice" when he started, Alex revealed that he had also lost a lot of weight.

Alex has a good track record with her celebrities on the ice after making it to the semi-finals with Love Island's Kem Cetinay last year.

"He is so funny, he's like a bigger version of Kem.

However Alex has said that he has improved a lot

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"He sings all the time too, and he brings everyone bananas to snack on. He's the loveliest guy."

Brian certainly isn't the first celebrity to get injured on the ITV show .

Just last year Coronation Street star Antony Cotton was rushed to hospital after fracturing several ribs after a fall.

Six more celebs are set to compete tomorrow

Meanwhile back in 2012 Jennifer Ellison drew blood after smashing herself in the head with her own skate blade on live TV.

Thankfully she was checked out by paramedics and was back on the ice the next week.

*Dancing On Ice airs at 6pm tomorrow on ITV

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