Billie Faiers cried on Dancing on Ice tonight after she suffered a horror fall which rocked her confidence and saw her crying out "I can't do this".

The former TOWIE reality TV star, who also has her own show with sister Sam called The Mummy Diaries, fell apart on the ITV dancing competition tonight.

Taking to our screens, producers showed behind-the-scenes clips from Billie's week as they revealed she suffered a dramatic fall.

During rehearsals while doing a risky turn, Billie fell straight on her bum and back in a rather hard and fast fashion – which she revealed knocked her confidence.

Billie and her professional dance partner Mark Hanretty could be seen dancing on the ice in the clip as the reality TV star fell to the ground.

The pair then took to the ice to perform as it went beautifully and saw them be scored a positive score of 25 between the four judges.

Speaking on her fall, Billie recalled how it wrecked havoc on her confidence.

Billie said: "Falling really knocks your confidence."

However, every judge took the time to tell her she did "fabulous" and that her main focus should be on her "confidence" on the ice.

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It comes after Billie's dad Lee recently spoke to Daily Star about his rocky relationship with Sam and Billie's mother Suzanne Wells.

Suzanne split from Lee after he became violent following alcohol and drug abuse.

Speaking in a past interview with the Daily Star, Lee said: "I started taking speed because it was cheap, I was drinking non-stop and I became violent.

"Sam and Billie knew about the violence. I can’t believe I put them through that."

He added: "I know I haven't been the best dad in the world. I feel like I've let her down but I want my girl back in my life. I miss her so much.

"I think they're nervous around me. If I go round to Sam's house I'm kept at the door.

"It breaks my heart we're not close. I'm worried they'll never let me into their lives and I'll never know them."

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