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Wes Nelson dances in the street on boozy lads night out with Josh Denzel



Wes Nelson proves he's back on form by dancing in the middle of the street on a boozy lads night out with Josh Denzel – days after suffering a nasty fall in Dancing On Ice training.

The Love Island star, 20, had been a doubt for Sunday night's show after taking a tumble and bashing his knee and then coming down with flu.

However, Wes was back on his feet last night for an alcohol-fuelled dinner with his mate.

They scoffed a massive curry dinner at the London restaurant Dishoom and Wes posted a picture of the pair downing beers and singing.

Josh later got his own back by filming his pal dancing.

Wes Nelson was filmed dancing in the street in a night out with Josh Denzel

He looked fit and well as he put his injury behind him

In the video, Josh appears to be in a car blasting music whiel Wes shows off his best moves in a performance in the middle of the road.

I have captioned it: "Always good energy. Staying positive."

The telly star earlier sparked fears that he could miss the training session for the rest of the week after his accident at the rink.

He shared pictures of his swollen knee on Instagram and clips of the terrifying fall.

Wes wrote: "It took a really bad fall today in training, do not miss Dancing On Ice on Sunday for the full lens of the footage."

He also added that he was worried about how it would impact his training for the rest of the week.

Wes said: "Still in a lot of pain, praying I can train properly tomorrow."

The star of Love Island was clearly in pain as he slammed into the ice

Wes shared a picture of his swollen knee

This comes after Gemma Collins confirmed that she WILL be returning to the ice on Sunday.

The former TOWIE star suffered a huge fall on the ice last weekend, which left her in a wheelchair earlier this week.

But the GC has revealed that she will be returning to the ITV show, despite her injuries, and said that "nothing is going to stop" her.

She also revealed that her physio was going well and that she would be ok.

* Dancing On Ice airs Sundays at 6pm on ITV

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