Alex Beresford avoids injury on Good Morning Britain

He is finding his feet the ice rink on the 2018 reboot of Dancing on Ice.

But Alex Beresford, 37, narrowly escaped injury when a ‘massive’ object came crashing to the floor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain on Wednesday.

Following the unexpected incident, the Dancing on Ice revealed he could have been ‘knocked out’ when he delivered his weather report live.

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'I could have been knocked out': Alex Beresford, 37, narrowly escaped injury when a 'massive' object came crashing to the floor on ITV's Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

'I could have been knocked out': Alex Beresford, 37, narrowly escaped injury when a 'massive' object came crashing to the floor on ITV's Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

‘I could have been knocked out’: Alex Beresford, 37, narrowly escaped injury when a ‘massive’ object came crashing to the floor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

A loud bang could be heard in the background which disrupted the ITV weatherman’s informative spiel.

The Dancing on Ice contestant was initially shocked by the banging noise and he put his hand out when he took a brief moment to address the incident.

But the ice skating hopeful was quick to brush off the drama as he reassured viewers at home no one was ‘hurt’, little did he know he was the person who was at risk. 

Shock: Following the unexpected incident, the Dancing on Ice revealed he could have been 'knocked out' when he delivered his weather report live

Shock: Following the unexpected incident, the Dancing on Ice revealed he could have been 'knocked out' when he delivered his weather report live

Shock: Following the unexpected incident, the Dancing on Ice revealed he could have been ‘knocked out’ when he delivered his weather report live

Referring to the banging noise on the show, Alex said mid-report: ‘No one got hurt, don’t worry about that.’

Minutes later, presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard were quick to point out Alex was lucky because he could have been standing underneath the object.

Susanna said: ‘Alex told us not to worry about that noise, but it’s a good job you weren’t standing underneath it.’ While Kate Garraway responded: ‘It was massive.’ 

Revealed: Minutes later, presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard were quick to point out Alex was lucky because he could have been standing underneath the object

Revealed: Minutes later, presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard were quick to point out Alex was lucky because he could have been standing underneath the object

Revealed: Minutes later, presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard were quick to point out Alex was lucky because he could have been standing underneath the object

‘I could have been knocked out,’ Alex shouted across the studio following his report.

Alex also narrowly escaped a dramatic fall during his recent Dancing on Ice performance, which wasn’t missed by eagle-eyed Piers Morgan. 

On Monday, the Dancing on Ice hunk clashed with Piers when the pair engaged in a furious war of words over the incident.

No drama here! But the ice skating hopeful was quick to brush off the noise as he reassured viewers at home no one was 'hurt', little did he know he was the person who was at risk

No drama here! But the ice skating hopeful was quick to brush off the noise as he reassured viewers at home no one was 'hurt', little did he know he was the person who was at risk

No drama here! But the ice skating hopeful was quick to brush off the noise as he reassured viewers at home no one was ‘hurt’, little did he know he was the person who was at risk

The outspoken journalist, 52, mocked the celebrity contestant for stumbling on the ice. 

Piers said: ‘We will have to call you ‘Bumbling Beresford, where is the bit where you nearly fell on the ice?’

Alex had already mocked Piers for his appearance on the US Apprentice, saying: ‘You’re good at shows where you sit behind a desk.’

All's well that ends well: 'I could have been knocked out,' Alex shouted across the studio following his report

All's well that ends well: 'I could have been knocked out,' Alex shouted across the studio following his report

All’s well that ends well: ‘I could have been knocked out,’ Alex shouted across the studio following his report

Piers immediately snapped back: ‘No, The Apprentice was doing very successful business challenges all over New York.

‘People in music history, Gene Simmons, Lennox Lewis a world heavyweight boxing champion, they were all incredibly smart people and I killed them all.’

Defending his stumbling appearance on the ice, Alex said: ‘Well it is quite hard feeding someone through your legs, particularly when you are on the ice.’ 

Dramatic fall-out: Alex also narrowly escaped a dramatic fall during his recent Dancing on Ice performance, which wasn't missed by eagle-eyed Piers Morgan

Dramatic fall-out: Alex also narrowly escaped a dramatic fall during his recent Dancing on Ice performance, which wasn't missed by eagle-eyed Piers Morgan

Dramatic fall-out: Alex also narrowly escaped a dramatic fall during his recent Dancing on Ice performance, which wasn’t missed by eagle-eyed Piers Morgan

 

 

 

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