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The Vivienne defended by fans as message addressing 'attack on drag' on Dancing on Ice receives 'abuse and hate' after she suffers nasty fall

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She's breaking down barriers on Dancing on Ice as the first drag artist to compete in the hit ITV skating contest, and fans were upset for The Vivienne as she suffered a nasty fall.

The Vivienne tumbled during Sunday night's semi-final and viewers said it was "such a shame" she had made the mistake during the celebs' solo skate-off to Paul McCartney's song Live and Let Die.

The routine, without the pro partners, appeared to get off to a good start until The Vivienne fell to her knees and crashed to the ice, sliding into the barrier. @lupone_shiri tweeted: "I feel very bad for The Vivienne I must admit, that wasn’t a nice fall #DancingOnIce." @soph_louise95 gasped: "Me and my family all went 'aghhhh' at the same time when The Vivienne fell!

That was a shame!" And @SeanieQuigley27 said: "I enjoyed the skate battle well done as always to all five semi finalists :) and I’m glad The Vivienne is okay after that fall on the ice." READ MORE: Dancing On Ice fans say 'it's a joke' in undermarking row as Corrie's Mollie Gallagher axed ahead of final Viewers were impressed that the stunning RuPaul's Drag Race UK composed herself to go on to perform an emotional routine to Over The Rainbow from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. @julietb3 admired: "All my votes went on The Vivienne because I loved her skate, no sympathy but a lot of respect for skating like that after a fall." In her VT before the skate The Vivienne opened up about life as a youngster.

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