Ryan Thomas reveals he suffered hidden injury for five months during Dancing On Ice as he goes for MRI


RYAN Thomas has revealed that he suffered from hidden injury for five months whilst he competed on Dancing On Ice.

It seems that the former Coronation Street star had to battle through weeks of injury before he was crowned the winner of the ITV skating competition.

InstagramRyan Thomas opened up about his long-time injury that he had to battle on Dancing On Ice[/caption]

RexHis Amani Fancy clutched his shoulder as he lifted up the trophy[/caption]

Ryan, 39, took to his Instagram story where he was sitting in the local clinic, waiting for hours to be seen in the hospital.

He captioned the short clip: “2hs later still.

“Sat here waiting for MRI scan.”

He later opened up more on his condition as he posted a victorious image.

The snap showed the moment he lifted the Dancing On Ice trophy, whilst his partner, Amani Fancy clutched onto his shoulder.

His caption read: “This was the moment @amanifancy was saying thank you to my bad shoulder for lifting her above my head for the last 5 months .”

Ryan later showed another quick clip of the huge contraption in hospital he would be laying in as he got his anticipated scan.

This is after the actor scooped the title in the nail-biting ITV live final where he beat out the likes of Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, 45, and Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire, 28.

But he had to battle through pain to do so, in Musicals Week, Ryan previously suffered a nasty fall as he smashed onto the ice.

He was also was forced to apologise after dropping partner Amani the week prior.

It was previously revealed that Ryan was suffering from inflation on his shoulder called a bursa.

Bursae are fluid-filled sacs or saclike cavities, that can develop on one countering friction at a joint.

These are usually located in between the bone and the surrounding soft tissue or tendons.

Who has won Dancing On Ice?

After the final of Dancing On Ice 2024, we look back at the previous celebrity winners – from the first series in 2006 until now.

The ITV show has run for 16 seasons, with a break from 2014-2018.

Here’s the rundown – with one pro skater winning an impressive hat-trick:

Season 1, 2006: Gaynor Faye & Dan Whiston

Season 2, 2007: Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert

Season 3, 2008: Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers

Season 4, 2009: Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov

Season 5, 2010: Hayley Tamaddon & Dan Whiston

Season 6, 2011: Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt

Season 7, 2012: Matthew Wolfenden & Nina Ulanova

Season 8, 2013: Beth Tweddle & Dan Whiston

Season 9, 2014 (All Stars): Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov

Season 10, 2018: Jake Quickenden & Vanessa Bauer

Season 11, 2019: James Jordan & Alexandra Schauman

Season 12, 2020: Joe Swash & Alex Murphy

Season 13, 2021: Sonny Jay & Angela Egan

Season 14, 2022: Regan Gascoigne & Karina Manta

Season 15, 2023: Nile Wilson & Olivia Smart

Season 16, 2024: Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy 

RexHis journey to victory was not without various problems in the competition[/caption]

InstagramHe showed his fans a behind-the-scenes look into his hospital visit[/caption]

InstagramRyan revealed he was waiting for over two hours to be seen by doctors[/caption]