Just a quick one as requested. Sorry for neglecting my twitter.
So much to say and no idea how to start.
I wish it were as simple as those who treated people well, who were passionate and who had ability were rewarded with success.
Unfortunately it doesn't always go that way.
Thanks to all of my lovely twitter family.. this is for you guys..
I love you more than you know.
PUBLISHED: 10:10, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:45, 18 February 2013
They had the judges in fits of giggles on Sunday evening when Sylvain Longchambon said: ‘I’ve been hard with her all week.’
But after the show it looked like Sylvain was being far from hard with Samia Ghadie while they hung out at the bar.
The skating partners were spotted with their arms around each other as they relaxed following their impressive performance as Barbie and Ken.
Holding on tight: Samia Ghadie and Sylvain Longchambon enjoyed a hug in the bar after their performance on Dancing On Ice on Sunday
Looking as close as the famous plastic dolls, the couple, who deny they are anything more than just good friends, looked more
The French skater put his arm around the Coronation Street actress’ neck while pulling her in close.
The 30-year-old seemed more than happy to reciprocate as she leaned into him with her arm around his waist.
Barbie and Ken: Despite denying they are in a relationship Samia and Sylvain looked particularly close
In sync: The skating partners seemed more than comfortable with each other as they left the studio
Dressed in a pair of skintight leather-looking trousers, Samia showed off her toned legs, which she accentuated further with a pair of heeled boots.
Adding a touch of glamour she wore a sparkly top and a chic blazer, while her hair was tied back in a high and messy ponytail.
Her dancing partner looked far more casual in a pair of blue jeans with a long sleeved top and a sleeveless black padded jacket.
Sexy: Samia showed off her figure in a pair of skintight black leather trousers and a sparkly top
Car share: Samia couldn't hide her smile as she got into the car with the French skater
Happy: Beth Tweddle looked happy to still be in the competition as she left with Sugababe Heidi Range
Their cosy appearance came after their performance on Dancing On Ice earlier in the evening.
Sylvain inadvertently made the sexual innuendo about being ‘hard’ on his partner after he and Samia had earned their highest score so far in the competition.
Samia agreed adding: 'Yeh he has he’s been angry Ken.'
Pals: Nicola McLean was spotted hanging out with her formed CBB co-star Gareth Thomas
Celebrate: The contestants and their friends all looked like they were in the mood to party after the show
While the pair seemed unaware of the innuendo, the panel were left in fits of giggles and even host Philip Schofield couldn't help but laugh.
The couple had earned 27 points from the judges after dancing to Aqua's track Barbie Girl where Samia had proved that she can skate on her own.
After their performance all judges heaped praise on the pair with Karen telling the pair: 'You proved two things tonight, yes you can skate by yourself, and, yes you deserve to be in this competition.'
Support: Shona McGarty was seen arriving at the hotel after supporting her man Matt Lapinskas
Great performance: Their closeness on and off the ice seems to be helping them do well in the competition
While Ora didn't aim her remarks at any one person in particular, former Sugababe Jade Ewen came 5th in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest and went on to be a contestant on 'Splash', so took Ora's comments to heart and hit back at her on social networking site, Twitter.
Writing on her page earlier today (February 26), Ewen explained: "Easy to mock when you are enjoying success. Eurovision and splash? Proud of both Some manage to sleep their way to success some have morals. #justsayin."
Ewen's fans reacted excitedly to her message, with one replying: "I love you for this Jade Ewen."
Watch Ewen perform her '09 Eurovision entry here:
Rita Ora auditioning @ Eurovision: Your country needs you 2009
Published Monday, Feb 25 2013, 18:09 GMT | By Sam Rigby
Rita Ora has revealed that she is glad she did not represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009.
The 'Radioactive' singer auditioned for Eurovision: Your Country Needs You! in front of Andrew Lloyd Webber but left before hearing whether she had made it through, the London Evening Standard reports.
"I was 16. Andrew Lloyd Webber was there," Ora recalled. "Right from the start I was, like, 'What am I doing here?'
"I did my song and walked out. No-one knew what to do. They started looking for me, calling my agent."
Ora has since gone on to achieve huge success, with two Brit Award nominations at this year's ceremony and three UK number one singles in the last 12 months. Her debut album Ora also reached number one in the UK.
The singer believes that her decision to leave the 2009 audition was definitely the right choice.
"Imagine! If I'd stayed, it would probably have been all over for me. At best, I'd be a contestant on that diving show…?'Splash!? Yeah, Splash! I love that show."